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Agile SAP: Introducing flexibility, transparency and speed to SAP implementations by Sean Robson

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APPENDIX A: DEVELOPMENT APPROACH

It’s important to discuss the differences in Agile as it pertains to the project’s development approach.

Traditionally, functional specifications are prepared for each RICEFW object by the appropriate analyst. This is then formally reviewed prior to being handed off to the developer. The developer then writes a technical specification. This is also normally reviewed. The next step is to code the entire object. Following initial code, the developer will perform technical unit testing of the object. The developer then submits the object for functional unit testing by the analyst. The analyst tests the object, according to a set of unit tests that they defined. Defects are raised and corrected until the object passes ...

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