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Include use peak times. These are times when system unavailability is least acceptable.] System availability is the time when the application must be
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available for use. Required system availability is used in determining when maintenance may be performed. 5.4.6 General Performance [Describe the requirements for the following: A. Response time for queries and updates B. Throughput C. Expected rate of user activity (for example, number of transactions per hour, day, or month, or cyclical periods) Specific performance requirements, related to a specific functional requirement, should be listed with that functional requirement. 5.4.7 Capacity
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[List the required capacities and expected volumes of data in business terms. Do not state capacities in terms of system memory requirements or disk space—if growth trends or projections are available, provide them] 5.4.8 Data Retention [Describe the length of time various forms of data must be retained and the requirements for its destruction. For example, “The system shall retain application information for 3 years”. Different forms of data include: system documentation, audit records, database records, access records.] 5.4.9 Error Handling [Describe system error handling.] 5.4.10 Validation Rules
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[Describe System Validation Rules.] 5.4.11 Conventions/Standards [Describe system conventions and standards followed. For example: Microsoft standards are followed for windows, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for data formats, etc.] APPENDIX A - GLOSSARY [Define terms, acronyms, and abbreviations used in the FRD.] PAGE
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