Lesson #2 (notes) SDLC

Lesson #2 (notes) SDLC - Systems Development Life Cycle:...

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Systems Development Life Cycle: Objectives and Requirements
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2 Systems Development Lifecycle: Objectives and Requirements is © Copyright 1984, 1988, 1989, 1993, 2001, 2002, 2003 by: Bender RBT Inc. 17 Cardinale Lane Queensbury, NY 12804 518-743-8755 rbender@BenderRBT.com No portion of this document may be reproduced in any form or by any means in whole or in part without the written permission of Bender RBT Inc. .
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3 Chapter 1 Introduction. .................................................................................................. 4 Chapter 2 Executive Summary . ..................................................................................... 5 Chapter 3 Why An SDLC? . ........................................................................................... 6 Chapter 4 SDLC Objectives . ......................................................................................... 8 4.1 Ensure High Quality . ..................................................................................... 8 4.2 Provide Strong Management Control . ........................................................... 9 4.3 Maximize Productivity . ................................................................................. 9 Chapter 5 SDLC Requirements . .................................................................................... 11 5.1 Scope Requirements. ...................................................................................... 11 5.2 Technical Activities. ...................................................................................... 14 5.3 Management Activities. ................................................................................. 30 5.4 SDLC Usability Requirements . ..................................................................... 42 5.5 Installation Support Requirements. ................................................................ 43 Chapter 6 SDLC Design . ............................................................................................... 45 6.1 An Example Of Itself. .................................................................................... 45 6.2 A Layered Approach. ..................................................................................... 46 6.3 Delineate What From How. ........................................................................... 52 6.4 Hierarchical Structure. ................................................................................... 53 6.5 SDLC Automated Support. ............................................................................ 53 Chapter 7 SDLC Project . ............................................................................................... 53 COMMON SDLC QUESTIONS. .................................................................................... 55
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4 Chapter 1 Introduction This document has two objectives. The first is to explain what a systems development lifecycle (SDLC) is and why one is needed. The second is to provide a yardstick for evaluating any SDLC, whether developed internally or supplied by a vendor. This latter
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course BA 649 taught by Professor Dr.schaefer during the Fall '11 term at Ohio State.

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Lesson #2 (notes) SDLC - Systems Development Life Cycle:...

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