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Trips-R-You Case Study Data Dictionary

Trips-R-You Case Study Data Dictionary
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Posted by: adrian on Sunday, September 29, 2019

The purpose of the Trips-R-You Flight Booking Case Study is to provide an integrated, end-to-end set of requirement examples. In IIBA® BABOK® V3 terminology, end-to-end means from Business Requirements to Stakeholder Requirements to Solution and Transition Requirements. This case study, and associated artefacts, use the more traditional business terms Goals, High-level Requirements (HLRs), and Detail Requirements. Only functional requirements are addressed, and only within the context of a project chartered to deliver an IT-based solution.

Section 3 begins by presenting one additional tool - a Data Dictionary. As the detail for a given HLR is discussed, the data-specific business needs involved are captured using this tool. The idea is to add entries about record types and fields (i.e. entities and attributes) the first time their need is discussed (e.g. an HLR for a specific screen or report). Once captured, those data-specific details are available for reference when those needs come up again, as they will, during discussions involving other HLRs. The detail in the data dictionary is shown to support a transition requirement for a new or updated database schema.

NOTE: Template courtesy of Dan Tasker
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COMMENTS

kaykyaka@aol.com posted on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 9:37 AM
Great template!
skaplan@nj.rr.com posted on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 10:00 AM
This data dictionary template is as helpful, informative and real-world detail oriented as is the original article itself. Thank you very much for developing and sharing them both.
fyatim posted on Friday, October 18, 2019 6:49 AM
Very interesting and clear template. Please keep publishing this type of articles and tools. We are waiting for the remaining articles and excel templates.
Thank you in advance
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