In this activity, you will continue to analyze the selected future-state usage
scenario focusing on the business object attributes and relationships.
First, you will identify the attributes of the business objects.
Next, you will identify the relationships between the business objects. Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC), available to IT Academies at a discounted price, is professional courseware intended for IT professionals and developers who build, support, and implement solutions by using Microsoft products and technologies.
First, you will analyze the usage scenario for potential business objects. These
candidate business objects are the logical constructs that help identify the
services, attributes, and relationships of the future solution.
Next, you will analyze the usage scenario for potential services.
Finally, you will extend the analysis to identify hidden objects and services.
Computational approaches to discourse understanding have a two-part goal: (1) to identify those aspects of
terms referm here, meaning "refer in a model", and referentm, for the entity in the model picked out by the linguistic expression. The basic features of a discourse entity are that (a) it is a constant within the current discourse model and that Co) one can attribute to it, inter alia, properties and relationships with other entities. (It is for this reason that Bill Woods once called them "conceptual coat hooks".
It is normally a noun. An Entity would have one or many attributes. It may be physical object (e.g. person) event (e.g. appointment) concept (e.g. order). descriptor (describe properties of the entity, e.g. lastname of the person) ATTRIBUTE A property of an entity identifier (uniquely distinguish entity instances - primary key in relational context) composite (a group of attributes used as a single attribute) Describes the relationship between entities. Typically expressed in verbs (e.g. has). There are no well defined standards of the EER notation....
Describe the software crisis and how the often dismal track record for information technology (IT) projects provides a motivation for changing how we view and manage IT projects.Explain the sociotechnical, project management and knowledge management approaches that support ITPM. Define what an IT project is and describe its attributes. Define the discipline called project management. Describe the role and impact IT projects have on an organization. Identify the different roles and interests of project stakeholders.