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MySQL™ and JSP™ Web Applications: Data-Driven Programming Using Tomcat and MySQL by James Turner

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Chapter 4. The Sample Application Functional Requirements Document

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Functional requirements documents (FRDs) are to projects what DNA is to an organism. If done right, everything needed to bring the project to a successful conclusion should be a logical result of the information contained in the FRD.

But FRDs don't just happen by themselves. They're a product of a careful collaboration between the development team and the client. The client, as stakeholder, is the only entity that understands what is really needed. And you, as the developer, have the responsibility to translate that set of requirements into an end product that meets those needs. The FRD represents those ...

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