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22C4400 – Database Systems Project – Initial 1/28/2019

Project Scope

Raman Aravamudhan RSA-22C4400-S19-PROJECT-SCOPE

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Note: This document is intentionally incomplete and is in non-standard

format; as part of the course details on requirements will be provided when

asked.

Project Scope:

A new airline company “Iowa Air” has come to Iowa with Cedar Rapids as

its Headquarters. Iowa Air seeks to build their Airline Passenger

Reservation System (ARS). This airline is expected to attract Iowa and

surrounding passengers in a big way. The Reservation system must be

simple, easy to use and offer very high performance.


Customer seeks to build a state of the web application for their Airline.

Students can take www.aa.com for example for detailed functionality.

Project will follow an open book approach which means extensive

discussions with TA and myself are permitted.

In Phase1, Iowa Air plans to operate only Nonstop flights to 5 cities in the

United States; passengers should be able to pay using Visa/Master Card,

and thereafter be able to query the system about their reservation. The

airline schedules can be altered at any time and must be easy to change.

Details of Aircraft are also captured. Assume standard features of Aircraft

and schedules. Passengers should be able to print a receipt and also

receive it as email. Iowa Air allows the passenger to change their

reservation free of cost till 2 days before flight departure time. After that

penalties occur but it will be handled through over the counter and

telephone support process.

Phase 2 will involve Direct Flights and the use of Hub system. Phase 3 will

involve Frequent Flier Mileage program, Seat selection and Trans-Atlantic

Flights. Iowa Air seeks that the design must cater to development of these

capabilities without any modifications to the Phase 1 design.

The goal of this phase of project is to create a robust data model and design the

database using the principles taught in the course. A data driven approach is

highly desired.

Customer objectives and scope description

The proposed web portal must be highly extensible and support concurrency.

The goal of this phase of project is to create a robust data model and design the

database using the principles taught in this course.

An urgent requirement is build a state of the art web / mobile application for

above integrated software application. An iterative approach is probably ideal.

The goal is to build an integrated System. A first step is to gather more

detailed requirements and build a good data Model, use Normalization

22C4400 – Database Systems Project – Initial 1/28/2019

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techniques and design the Normalized database catering to excellent

performance in a totally secured environment.

The key is to come up with a good efficient database design which can support

both Mobile and Web browser environments. The user interface is important but

not every screen is required in Phase 1, as the focus is on database. Use of

Stored procedures must be maximized. Focus is on Database aspects of

the project.

The software must be implemented by semester end which means that a well

tested demo system must be launched that time. Customer prefers to see

intermediate versions of the proposed software. ER Model, Normalized

Database, DDL scripts, Database Objects, Screens and some of these functions

must be delivered in that order. Use of ORM like Hibernate (to be taught in this

course) are good capabilities to consider. Customer contacts will provide

additional details of requirements, if requested by the Project team during project

team meetings.

Customer contacts:

Team # Primary Customer contact Alternate Customer contact

All Ingroj RAMAN

General Requirements:

1. Data Model, Normalization, Database Design, Stored Procedures should be

as detailed as possible. The user interface and programming will be for

limited functions only (to be identified). Please use AA only for reference.

Kindly use Iowa Air in all your work products.

2. The tool should be user friendly & require minimal data entry. The Software

development team and the Business analysts are required to suggest the

specific user friendly features while drafting the User Requirement

Specifications. Some examples of user friendly features may be

a. minimum data entry

b. data transfer from context sensitive help screens

3. The system must support user Id / Password based authentication and must

offer the best security features. The software development team is required

to identify (in URS) the specific security features to be incorporated in

software. Some examples of such security features may be

a. Data encryption techniques (128 bit )

b. Invisible password

c. Structure of Password

d. Password change policy

e. User Id / Password retrieval policy

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Project Scope

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Functional requirements:

1. Book Flight – Round Trip

2. Book Flight – 1 Way

3. Book Flight – Multi City

4. Book Flight – Award Travel

5. Flight Status , Notification

6. Aircraft (CRUD)

7. Flight (CRUD), Aircraft Assignment for Flight

8. Advantage Account

9. Advantage Account logging

10. Your trips

11. News about vacations

12. Contact us

13. About us

14. Advanced Search

15. Trip Cancellation and Change

16. More to be identified


Non Functional and Operational requirements from project team:

1. Each Team must pick a Team Leader and may pick a corporation name

2. Team work is very important.

3. Team members must have regular meetings each week.(at least 2)

4. Meetings should be well planned and should preferably be less than 15

minutes in each meeting.

5. It is highly recommended that teams meet once after class every week.

6. Distributed teams are a matter of fact; technology should be used to meet

from remote, if it is convenient.

7. Team must submit more detailed schedule and get it approved.

8. The work done in each stage of software development must be acceptable to

the customer.

9. All members of the team must assume specific responsibilities.

10. The customer must be informed of the Roles and Responsibilities

11. The tools required for the project will NOT be provided by the customer.

12. Due to acute shortage of resources, the customer is able to meet with project

teams only on a pre-arranged basis during regular office hours.

13. Use of Stored procedures must be maximized.

14. All documents must be delivered using ICON drop box.

15. Teams must develop the Screens and demo the screen flow before

developing the full software.

16. It should be easy to make changes to database design

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Project Scope

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Specific Deliverable schedule: [Due dates to be decided with class, TA]

# Deliverable Description Due date Weight %

1. Project Plan with individual Schedule < 2 pages

2. Data Attribute collection, Initial DB creation 2/5/19 5

3. User Requirement Specs , Usecase development 5

4. Definitions of queries required in English 5

5. Test Plans , Testing 5

6. ER Model (must be very detailed ) 15

7. Normalized database 10

8. High Level Design (screens, database, architecture,

De-Normalizations if any) Design must be derived

from model

10

9. Demo of Stored procedures, functions 10

10. Working software deliverable Iteration 1 10

11. Working software deliverable Iteration 2 - Final 10

12. Use of advanced DB features - discuss 5

13. Final Team Presentations 5

14. Team work 5

[Item1] Project Plan. Briefly describe the availability of each team member,

when you plan to meet, roles and responsibilities etc.

[Items 2-3] Project – Functional / User Requirements /Data Attribute

a. List all functions and describe it briefly

b. For each Function list all Data Elements (Input, Output, Persisted or not)

c. For each Data element identify (Data type, Validations, Domain, Constraints,

Key or Not, Size, usage etc.)

d. Write queries in words, GUI , Get Coding skills

Data Attribute collection: Come prepared for project meeting with Data

Attributes collection on 2/5/19

[Items 4] Test Pan (Requirement #, Test condition, Expected result)

1. How you plan to test tool and its components (stored proc, queries)

2. Test Strategies (100%, Black box / white box testing)

3. Unit, Module, over all functional

4. Traceable to requirements

[Items 5] E-R Model, Normalization [TBA]

[Items 6] DB Design [TBA]

[Items 7-8] Code and Software

Don’t submit it in ICON; Demo it to TA / me; we will ask for code selectively

Iterations - Deliverables

Iteration #1: Screens, Db, Test plans, some data pull, over all architecture

Deliver for the functions included in the iteration

Iteration 2 (Full) – Both should be working software

Suggestion: In each iteration, carry out steps 2-6. So incremental

requirements will be given and agile experience can be provided.

Due Dates flexible within semester constraints. To be discussed in class

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Project Scope

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For Project Meeting (Please be on time, don’t skip without prior approval)

a. What you did this week, where you need help, problems faced etc.

b. What you plan to complete next week

Revision Log

Date Version Description of change

1/27/19 1.0 Initial

1/28/19 1.1 Functional requirements listed


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