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.NET-A Complete Development Cycle by Thomas Moeller, Gunther Lenz

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Chapter 13. Product Release

Product Release

We have now completed the design and implementation of all required functionality, and we shift our focus from construction to the release of the product. This is known as the transition phase of the Unified Process, the final iteration of the project.

We concentrate here on software deployment, integration test, and requirements tracing. For the five core workflows, we plan to achieve the following goals:

  • RequirementsUsually this workflow is not applicable to the transition phase. However, we postponed to this iteration the definition of requirements for deployment of the software. Therefore, we must determine, in collaboration ...

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