chapter 10 - Steven Rampmeyer CIS-256 Chapter 10 review...

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Steven Rampmeyer CIS-256 Chapter 10 review questions 1) The deliverables from coding, testing, and installation are: Code, Program documentation, Test plan and Test data, Results from program and system testing, User guides, User training plan, and the Installation and conversion plan, which includes the Hardware and software installation schedule, Data conversion plan, and the Site and facility remodeling plan. 2) The testing process for code includes manual testing which entails visual inspections walkthroughs, and desk checking; and automated tests which are syntax checking, unit testing, integration testing and system and stub testing. 3) The four approaches to installation are: Direct, parallel, Single location, and Phased. The most risky is the direct installation, this is because the old system is turned off and the new system is turned on. If there is a problem the old system cannot easily be turned back on because there might have been drastic hardware changes and in some cases the
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2010 for the course CIS 256 taught by Professor Dres during the Spring '10 term at Chesapeake College.

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chapter 10 - Steven Rampmeyer CIS-256 Chapter 10 review...

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