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Building Web Applications with UML Second Edition by Jim Conallen

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Requirements

A requirements specification is a collection of artifacts—documents, database records, models—that attempt to unambiguously describe a software system to be built. Each document usually includes a description of the document's purpose, version number, contributors, and other administrative information, in addition to a list of specific system requirements. The specification can be a single document for small systems or can be distributed over multiple documents and databases. A system's requirements must always be available to nearly everyone connected to the project. An excellent way to do this is to make them available on an intranet via a Web server. If the application is going to be a Web application, the infrastructure for doing ...

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