|SQA11 - Supporting Assessments of Logical Schema Specifications|
LQS11 - Prüfungen der logischen Schemaspezifikationen unterstützen
|SQA11.I.1||Granularity||The exchange of control parameters with SWFM01 - Workflow Management is possible for individual closed function packages of the tool by means of a disclosed, documented interface.|
|SQA11.M.1||STAT - Static Analysis|
DNAV - Data Navigation Modeling/|
LOGM - Logical DB Modeling
|SQA11.M.1.1.1||Assessment of conventions|
|SQA11.M.220.127.116.11||Project standards||It is possible to define the conventions to be assessed with regard to individual projects.|
|SQA11.M.18.104.22.168||Naming conventions||It is possible to assess naming conventions.|
|SQA11.M.22.214.171.124||Limitations||It is possible to assess size and complexity limitations.|
|SQA11.M.126.96.36.199||Layout conventions||It is possible to assess layout conventions.|
|SQA11.M.188.8.131.52||Means of representation||It is possible to assess commitments to certain representation types.|
|SQA11.M.184.108.40.206||Elements missing in logical schema specifications||It is possible to list all entity types, relationship types, and attributes of the conceptual schema specification that are not integrated in logical schema specifications.|
|SQA11.M.220.127.116.11||Not declared parts in logical schema specifications||It is possible to list user-specific parts in logical schema specifications that are not included in the conceptual schema specifications.|
|SQA11.M.1.1.3||Adoption of integrity conditions during transformations||It is possible to list integrity conditions that have not been transmitted into the logical schema specification during the transformation of the conceptual schema specification.|
|SQA11.M.1.1.4||Data navigation diagrams||It is possible to list data navigation diagrams that have not been taken into consideration during the transformation of the conceptual schema specification into the logical schema specification.|
|SQA11.M.1.1.5||Completeness of the description||It is possible to generate a list of all objects for which no descriptions exist.|
|SQA11.M.1.1.6||Adaptation||Individually adapted forms of representation for the object to be assessed are taken into consideration during the assessment.|
|SQA11.F.1||Delimitation of the assessment||It is possible to delimit size and extent of the assessment to selectable characteristics.|
By means of a procedural language it is possible to check other individual assessment criteria.|
A procedural language offers an automatic assessment of further individual assessment criteria.
It is possible to get the results of the assessment logged.
In this case, "logging" refers to a protocol of all data that might be utilized for later documentation of the assessment (e. g. test cases, expected results, actual results, messages) and not, however, to an editing of the documentation in the sense of actual assessment protocols.
|SQA11.O.1||Procedural command language||The tool has a procedural command language that can be applied by the user to generate and run macros or procedures.|
|SQA11.O.2||Complexity||There is no limitation of the complexity caused by the tool itself.|
Assessments run in the background mode unless an assessment in the foreground mode has been explicitly requested.|
Since an assessment may take some time it is not necessary to wait for the end of the processing when in the background mode, i. e. other tasks can be realized in the meantime.
The end of an assessment is signaled.|
This signal may be acoustic (e. g. by means of a beep) or optic (e. g. by means of a special window with a corresponding message).
|SQA11.O.5||Invariance||Applying the tool does not change the object to be assessed.|
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