Application Development Framework

Business Vocabulary Requirements

Conceptual Data Analysis

Logical Data Model Design

Database Specification

Database Implementation

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Database Implementation

 

The final step in the DDLC is creating the physical database DDLs, the initialization procedures and the interface procedures. The delivered procedures must adhere to the requirements of the ELDM and the regulatory requirements for logging, access security, data security and SOX. This must be balanced with the hardware limitations, the database performance and the application flexibility of providing Data as a Service (DaaS).

 

1

DDLC Background

1.1

Implementation Guidelines

1.2

Database Performance Factors

1.3

Time Interval (Type II Table) Processing

2

DDLC Process

2.1

Database Implementation Coding

3

DDLC Implementation Deliverables

3.1

Create database DDL script

3.2

Table Trigger Procedures

3.3

Database Grant Procedures

3.4

Initial Value Procedures

4

SDLC Deliverables

4.1

Functional Programs

5

DDLC/SDLC Interface Deliverables

5.1

Insert Business Object/Table Row Stored Procedures

5.2

Select Business Object/Table Row Stored Procedures

5.3

Update Business Object/Table Row Stored Procedures

5.4

Delete Business Object/Table Row Stored Procedures

5.5

Undelete Business Object/Table Row Stored Procedures

5.6

Read Business Object/Table Cursor Stored Procedures

 

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