Software Engineering with an Agile Development Framework/Iteration Two/Good requirements

will be the page about structuring requirements


Requirements templateEdit

Requirements SpecificationEdit

Functional RequirementsEdit

(What the system does, 10 –12 of these, this is the important bit. Think about how the users will use the system – what will they need it to do? Be specific to your project.

=Number examples=||Requirement The system shall:||Description

FR1 Allow museum object data entry The users will need to add new data to the system when items are donated to the museum.
FR2 Enable public access to stored museum data Researchers may wish to access stored genealogical, shipping and local history information.


Non-Functional RequirementsEdit

(what the system has)

A. Data Requirements

=Number examples=||Requirement The system shall:||Description

==D1==||Store object acquisition data ||As objects are acquired by the museum, data relating to the object must be captured

D2 Store object location data Enables the staff to quickly locate any museum object.
B. Security Requirements

=Number examples=||Requirement The system shall:||Description

S1 Prevent unauthorised changes to museum data Public using the system must not be able to delete files.
C. Interface Requirements

=Number examples=||Requirement The system shall:||Description

I1 Provide an administration interface Administrators will need to access the system directly for editing.
I2 Provide an interface which reflects the Maritime Heritage theme This is important to ensure public and government support for the new buildings
D. Constraints

What might limit the development of the system

=Number examples=||Requirement The system shall:||'Description'

C1 Cost less than $20,000 Little funding available for software.
C2 Be completed by January 2004 'This allows the system to be running in time for the new school year'
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