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IT Project Development To Release Processes

IT Project Development To Release Processes

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Published by Brendan Furey
This document describes standards for development and release to production suitable for small teams involved in development and maintenance of a number of database systems. It was written for a team working on four related systems. One of the systems was based around an Oracle CRM system with customisations, for a customer loyalty program. Another was a parallel completely bespoke Oracle system aimed at a different market sector, and the other two comprised a data warehouse of transactions and reference data and a staging database used for interfacing.
Oracle Applications has extensive document templates from its AIM (Application Implementation Methodology) approach and some of the documents form part of our standards. Also, Oracle Applications has a standard directory structure for code and this is followed here for the example system of that type, while the other, bespoke, systems have their own structure based on the same general idea.
This document describes standards for development and release to production suitable for small teams involved in development and maintenance of a number of database systems. It was written for a team working on four related systems. One of the systems was based around an Oracle CRM system with customisations, for a customer loyalty program. Another was a parallel completely bespoke Oracle system aimed at a different market sector, and the other two comprised a data warehouse of transactions and reference data and a staging database used for interfacing.
Oracle Applications has extensive document templates from its AIM (Application Implementation Methodology) approach and some of the documents form part of our standards. Also, Oracle Applications has a standard directory structure for code and this is followed here for the example system of that type, while the other, bespoke, systems have their own structure based on the same general idea.

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Published by: Brendan Furey on Jun 19, 2012
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 Author:Brendan FureyCreation Date:19 June 2012Version:1.1Last Updated:20 June 2012
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Document Control..............................................................................................3Change Record .............................................................................................3Introduction .......................................................................................................4Development Process ........................................................................................5Process ........................................................................................................5Definitions ....................................................................................................5Directory Structures ...........................................................................................6PVCS ............................................................................................................6Releases ......................................................................................................6APP Code .....................................................................................................7BSP3 Code ...................................................................................................7File Notes ...........................................................................................................9Naming Conventions ....................................................................................9Issues and References .....................................................................................10Issues .........................................................................................................10References .................................................................................................10
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