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New Post 8/25/2009 8:02 AM
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User is offline Raj
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Transform Business to Functional Requirements 

Folks,

         Please provide inputs on the following

1. What are the best ways to Transform Business Requirements to Functional Requirements?

I have completed working on BRD with the Business and IT users and stakeholders and have started working on developing the Functional requirements doc. I'm developing the Use cases to represent the system functionality and i believe the use cases will be a major component of the FRD. Please advise if this is the best way to convert the Business Req's into Functional req's or if there are any other methods to capture functional requirements. I work on a state project and they dont follow a standard methodoloy and do not have standard templates that the teams can use. This makes the process a little complex.

Raj

 

 

 
New Post 8/25/2009 2:51 PM
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Re: Transform Business to Functional Requirements 

Raj, here is what you need to do to transform Business requirements into functional requirements.  Also Make use case for each function of system

a)   Create project-initiation diagrams flow that includes business use case activity diagram workflow, diagrams flow charts, etc.

b)   Determine project scope and derive context diagrams and project use cases from the business diagrams

c)   Detail the use cases by using activity diagrams or other techniques

d)   Create high level analysis dataflow diagrams, domain class diagrams,  and entity-relationship diagrams from the use cases or other high level diagrams

e)   Recognize and understand the various design models including the other relevant types of UML diagrams detailed design entity-relationship diagrams and decomposed dataflow diagrams

f)    Determine when to use which modeling technique following them through a project life cycle and understand which diagrams are derived from others

g)   Understand the basic concepts of normalization and decomposition so can converse intelligently on the topic and review diagrams that have been normalized or decomposed.

I hope this helps.........

Manoj

 

 

 

 
New Post 8/25/2009 3:41 PM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: Transform Business to Functional Requirementsck  

check out this discussion

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/Requirements-Engineering/message/1910

nd another point of view; why do it at all?

 
New Post 8/26/2009 1:14 PM
User is offline Raj
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Re: Transform Business to Functional Requirements 

Manoj, Thanks for the quick response. I like your recommendation.How ever, couple of things

1. I have already come up with a high level process flow diagram which explains the complete functionality of the system.

2. So, will the next step be to dis-integrate the high level Process flow into smaller sub categories for each module with in the system?

3. Also, i have come up with Use cases that describe the system and User interaction.This should help too, right?

Raj

 
New Post 8/26/2009 1:15 PM
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Re: Transform Business to Functional Requirementsck  

Craig, thanks for the input. Never heard of the Yahoo forums for software development. There's a lot of information in there.

 
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