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  • 1. Production Database Solutions Senior Project Travis Harpenau
  • 2. Introduction
    • Older Databases
      • Separated
      • Programs dependent on computer systems
    • New Movement
      • Towards complete integration
      • Cross platform
      • Saas
        • Software as a Solution
  • 3. Specification
    • Develop Generic Production Database System
      • Able to dynamically add new information to the system
        • Processes
        • Products
        • Customer
        • Workers
      • Contain information regarding current orders and how much work has been done on the orders
    • Ease of use
      • Should be its own black box (user don't need to understand how it does things, just what it does)
      • Accept commands from either a keyboard or scanner device
      • Must be accessible and useable via most operating system (primarily by a internet browser)
      • Contain simple tools to aid the user in using the system
    • COMMON JOBS
      • Display where, how long, and by whom parts have be completed
      • Inform users what needs to be done for a particular order
      • Add/Remove new process, orders, and workers
  • 4. Implementation details
    • Programming
      • PHP
        • Website development
    • Database
      • Mysql
    • Server
      • Apache
  • 5. Development Cycle
    • First Stage
      • Development of the backend database
      • Prototyped in Microsoft Access 2007
      • Movement to actual Mysql Database
        • Images table
        • Separation of addresses
  • 6. Development Cycle
    • Second Stage
      • Design and development of generic website
      • Initially to be written in Ruby on Rails, but moved to PHP
  • 7. Development Cycle
    • Third Stage
      • Building of a working model of the project
      • Simulated chair making company
      • The Website
  • 8. Cost and Requirement Creep
    • No cost incurred
    • Requirement creep
      • Additional tables
      • Change to PHP from Ruby on Rails
  • 9. Results
    • Starter solution for companies
    • Future enhancements
      • Security
      • Additional imaging
      • Scanner implementation