PM Earth
 

Community Management Organisational Freedom

13 March 2009

Here is a partial example of the structural requirements of a PMO database:

Database Structural Requirements

2/1/2007

Issue

Requirement

Source

Database type

Relational

PMO

Data structure

Normalized

PMO

Query language(s)

SQL

IT

Link to relational diagram

PMO RMDBS relational diagram.doc

PMO

Link to data table descriptions

PMO RMBDS data table definitions.doc

PMO

Additional elements

Additional timesheet data entry form and project manager notes form for handheld computers connected via cellular network for users on the road

PMO

 

  

 

Define technical requirements

Effective use of data requires that the RDBMS be able to send data to, and receive it from, a host of other applications, computing devices, and printing devices. It must be able to do this at the appropriate frequency: in real time, as needed, or on a specific schedule. The computing devices may be full personal computers, or may be hand-held devices, and they may be on the main network, on a wireless network, connected over a wide-area-network, over the Internet, or through the cellular telephone system. All these conditions affect the requirements for data storage capacity, data transmission capacity, security, and interface with business case operating systems and applications.

 


 
 


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