Application Development Framework

Business Vocabulary Requirements

Conceptual Data Analysis

Logical Data Model Design

Database Specification

Database Implementation

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Application Development Framework

 

The Application Development Framework (ADF) is derived from the Zachman Enterprise Framework. It shows the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and the Database Development Life Cycle (DDLC) methodologies. The ADF shows the methodologies as parallel to each other and shows how the two methodologies interact.

The DDLC is used to produce the databases required by the business for automating the business record keeping. The DDLC identifies the tasks used to document the requirements, analyze and design the enterprise logical data model (ELDM). The database implementation phases identify the tasks, inputs and outputs necessary for each step in creating a database.

 

1

Background

1.1

A Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data Banks

1.2

The Relational Model Revisited

1.3

Database Terminology

2

Introduction

2.1

Zachman Enterprise Framework Insights

2.2

Software Development Life Cycle Diagram

2.3

Database Development Life Cycle Diagram

3

Automation Framework

3.1

Application Development Framework

3.2

BI Architecture

 

 

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