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SQL Software Quality Assurance

Quality management - A quality management system is the set of interrelated or interacting elements that direct and control an organisation with regard to quality.

Quality plan – The quality plan should document the quality activities for each software development on the basis of the quality organisation. A quality plan should be developed or identified for each software project.

Quality manual – Document that demonstrates the compliance of an organisation with ISO 9001:2000. Should contain sections dealing with: scope and exclusions; documented procedures and interactions between processes.

SADT - SADT (Structured Analysis and Design Technique) is a box and arrow diagram based method. While SADT is a trademarked and copyrighted by Softech Inc. the term SADT is often used for any bour and arrow method using complementary data flow and functional viewpoints. The structured element is often introduced by ensuring that individual diagrams have no more than six boxes so that a hierarchical structure is enforced. SADT diagrams are easily understood by non-specialists. SADT tends to lead to a functionally based design.

Use Cases is a requirements capture method that identifies the 'users' of the system and the actions (cases) that the system should support. The 'users' of the system are frequently human but may be external systems. Use Cases concentrates entirely on capturing high-level, user-centric requirements and leads naturally into object oriented design technique./p>

Verification is the process of ascertaining (by test and or analysis) that a development stage has been completed satisfactorily.

Validation (of software) is the process of evaluating software to ensure that it meets the customers requirements.

Data Item Descriptions (DID) are defined and used in MIL-STD-498 to provide descriptions of document deliverables for software projects. A DID specifies the chapters and outlines the required chapter contents for the document deliverable. MIL-STD-498 supplies a comprehensive set of DIDs which may be used by an organisation as a starting point in developing their own set of DI.

Static testing (of code) is carried out by examination of code and checking the code for errors prior to actually running the code. Static testing should be carried out as a formal exercise and is facilitated by having coding standards against which the code can be tested.

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