conceptual_design - DATABASE DESIGN - The ability to design...

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DATABASE DESIGN - The ability to design databases and associated applications is critical to the success of the modern enterprise. - Database design requires understanding both the operational and business requirements of an organization as well as the ability to model and realize those requirements using a database. - Developing database and information systems is performed using a development lifecycle, which consists of a series of steps.
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SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS GATHERING The most critical aspect of specification is the gathering and compilation of system and user requirements. This process is normally done in conjunction with managers and users. The major goal in requirements gathering is to: - collect the data used by the organization, - identify relationships in the data, - identify future data needs, - and determine how the data is used and generated. The starting place for data collection is gathering existing forms and reviewing policies and systems. Then, ask users what the data means, and determine
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