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    Software – Requirements Flow
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    Requirements Flow:
     
    Everyone is aware that the application is designed for end users based on the customer requirements.
    But, only few people are aware that there is lot of process that draw the customer requirements into different layers before converting / designing into an application.

    Here is the explanation.

    Just have a look at the diagram.
    More information with regards to the Requirements Flow could be added to the table at the later editions.




    Requirement:            
    The basic customer needs are called as Requirements.
    The set of all customer needs put together is called requirements document or marketing requirements document.



    BRS (Business Requirement Specification):
    ·         At Business level, all the customer requirements are documented , designed and approved by customer.
    ·         All these bossiness requirements should exactly map to end user real-time scenarios


    FRS (Function Requirements Specification):
    The BRS are segregated into different Functions / Modules and are described in more detailed and such that more detailed information is provided with respect all the functions / modules of the application.



    SRS (Software Requirement Specification):
    In depth of the requirements, such as the detailed information like windows / dialog boxes information, field level information and Just as clear-cut document for coding and prototypes are called as SRS



    SRS (System Requirement Specification):
    The entire SRS (Software Requirement Specification) are merged together so as to make complete System approach is called System Requirement Specification


    Use Cases 
    Use Case is a document that describes the User actions versus System / Application responses





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    Software – Requirements Flow





    Software – Requirements Flow
    Let’s get started


    Requirements Flow:
     
    Everyone is aware that the application is designed for end users based on the customer requirements.
    But, only few people are aware that there is lot of process that draw the customer requirements into different layers before converting / designing into an application.

    Here is the explanation.

    Just have a look at the diagram.
    More information with regards to the Requirements Flow could be added to the table at the later editions.




    Requirement:            
    The basic customer needs are called as Requirements.
    The set of all customer needs put together is called requirements document or marketing requirements document.



    BRS (Business Requirement Specification):
    ·         At Business level, all the customer requirements are documented , designed and approved by customer.
    ·         All these bossiness requirements should exactly map to end user real-time scenarios


    FRS (Function Requirements Specification):
    The BRS are segregated into different Functions / Modules and are described in more detailed and such that more detailed information is provided with respect all the functions / modules of the application.



    SRS (Software Requirement Specification):
    In depth of the requirements, such as the detailed information like windows / dialog boxes information, field level information and Just as clear-cut document for coding and prototypes are called as SRS



    SRS (System Requirement Specification):
    The entire SRS (Software Requirement Specification) are merged together so as to make complete System approach is called System Requirement Specification


    Use Cases 
    Use Case is a document that describes the User actions versus System / Application responses