F09-Class-09-Database Design

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Unformatted text preview: 9-1Welcome to MIS 302FSeptember 24, 2009Class 9Data RequirementsChapter 5Chapter Extension 79-2Dell Guest Speaker9-3SDLC Requirements Analysis Phase9-4Wireframes9-5Other FunctionalityRequirements Use Case DiagramSuggestionsWallInfoPhotosHomeFriendsInboxUploadFileUse WebmailMake a Post9-6DefinitiondatabaseA databaseis a structured collection of records or datathat is stored in a computer system. The structure is achieved by organizing the data according to a database model. The model in mostcommon use today is the relational model. definition derived from Wikipedia9-7Database Components Figure 5-59-8Database Development ProcessDevelopers interview usersDevelop requirementsfor new systemAnalyze existing reports, forms, and user activitiesRequirements summarized in data modelLogical representation of structure of dataContains description of data and relationshipsUsers validate and approve modelDesign implementedin databaseDatabase filled with user data9-9...
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F09-Class-09-Database Design - 9-1Welcome to MIS...

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