Q1. Briefly describe each question
32 Marks (16 * 2)
1) Write down the process group and knowledge area in which the following fall:
Quality Assurance=process group:executing and knowledge area:project quality
1-Define digital signature?
Digital signature: The sender signs a message with its private key.
achieved by a cryptographic algorithm applied to the message or to a small
block of data that is a function of the
Introduction to Software Project
crisis is characterized by inability
to develop the desired Software Project
because of such problems:
Projects running over-budget.
Projects running over-time.
Software is i
SOLUTION SHORT QUESTIONS:
1. What four component are needed to create a fully dynamic web pages?
2. List three ma
Data Flow Diagram
What is Data Flow Diagram (DFD)?
A data flow diagram(DFD) is a
graphical representation of the flow of
data through an information system.
Types of DFD
Logical process models describe processes
without suggesting how they are
University of Sargodha, Gujranwala Campus
University of S
"Drawbacks of File based system"
UNIVERSITY OF SARGODHA
Drawbacks of File Based Sys
The company sells a number of different furniture products. These products are
grouped into several product lines. The identifier for a product is Product ID,
whereas the identifier for a product line is Product Line ID. We identify the following
What are the three key components of our Oracle Installation?
Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) a website for performing DBA functions and monitoring the
Oracle Database Instance - the actual database server itself
Listener a program which al
DBA & M IT-3441
Lab 02: Oracle 11g Schema Creation
In this lab you will be getting familiar with the Oracle 11g Schema Creation.
After this topic you will be able to Schema and its objects including the ability to:
Creation of Schema and
Managing Undo Data
These notes teach you about managing undo data including the method used to
implement automatic undo data management. You will also learn to create and modify
undo segments and how to query the data dictionary to retrieve und
Managing the Database Instance
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After completing this lesson, you should be able to:
Start and stop the Oracle database and components
Use Oracle Enterprise Manager
Access a database with SQL*Plu
The architecture of Oracle is shown in the image below followed by the explanation:
The architecture is distributed among the following three tiers:
1. Client / Desktop Tier:
The client interface is provided through HTML for the newer HTML
Basic SQL Revision
1. Select Statement
Data Retrieval Language (DRL) is a command to retrieve data from a database object in the
desired format. This is the most popular / flexible and the only way to retrieve data from a
database. Command used for this p
Backup, Recover & Data Import/Export
The reliability of modern computer hardware has greatly improved. Hardware continues to get faster, better
and more reliable. Disk drive failure rates have decreased to about approximately 3% per year in 20
Module 16b Recovery Manager (RMAN)
Learn basic concepts related the use of Recovery Manager (RMAN).
RMAN Features and Components
Recovery Manager (RMAN) is an Oracle Database client - it performs
backup and recovery tasks
Editor: Suzanne Robertson
The Atlantic Systems Guild
Sociology by Modeling
Ian Alexander and Suzanne Robertson
Ian Alexander and I have been collaborating on ways to improve how we i
INTRODUCTION TO THE IA-32
The exponential growth of computing power and personal computer ownership made the
computer one of the most important forces that shaped business and society in the second half
of the twentieth centur
A First Look at the Intel ia32 Architecture
In this chapter, we are going to take an initial look at the architecture that Intel calls ia32.
Now you may be more familiar with names like Pentium, Celeron, or Xeon, But these are
names of particular chips or
Software Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach by Roger S.
Pressman, McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math; 7 th Edition (2009).
Systems Analysis and Design by Gary B. Shelly, Thomas
Software Process Models
Software Process (SP)
A framework for the activities, actions, and
tasks that are required to build high-quality
SP defines the approach that is taken as
software is engineered.
Is not equal to software enginee