The key to making your application usable is a standardized, well-designed graphical user interface (GUI). This example defines GUI design standards and guidelines for an application built with Oracle Forms 5.0.
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Does your project team and your client know what the project milestones should look like? Describe the progressive milestones and their relationship to the rest of the project, as in this example of the design phase of an application development project.
Need to design any job steps as batch procedures? Here's a comprehensive template to use in specifying how the procedure should be coded and all the pertinent associated information.
User involvement is key to designing an effective application and a good user interface. Give the business users a template of standards and procedures to follow so that they can describe how they do their work, including workflow, and thus how the application should work for them.
This example will help you put in place logical as well as physical database design standards for building data warehouses using Business Objects.
Does your project involve building an automated system based on individual business areas that are designed and implemented separately? Here's an example of a planning strategy for integrating business areas into a single system.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! It's not just an environmental slogan, it's a project manager's dream. Document standards as to how to reuse development objects and approaches on your project, as in this IEF-based client/server example.
Organize all of your Intranet content, user groups, risks, action items and responsible parties with this comprehensive chart.
Map the transformation of the data elements from source system tables to data warehouse target tables.
How do you design an effective GUI so that the user control widgets are correctly mapped to the data elements? With explicit specifications, of course. Here's a well-constructed example.