How NASD/Nasdaq successfully manages the Composer Client/Server Encyclopedia in a Dynamic Development Environment Encyclopedia Administration at NASD/Nasdaq Composer Development Environment Institutionalization of Encyclopedia Administration Lessons Learned Summary Future Challenges
Issues and realities of client/server development and implementation
Model Management Topics • Definitions and objectives • Composer Encyclopedia architecture and Version Control functionality • Factors and complexities • Model types and strategy examples • Practices to ensure success of encyclopedia usage and activities
1. VARIABLE ERROR MESSAGE ROUTINES 2. SINGLE INSTANT WINDOWS “CHECK FOR WINDOW” 3. VISUAL BASIC LOG-IN ROUTINE 4. CALL DESKTOP APPLICATION “START EXTERNAL APPLICATION” 5. THE ‘HELP’ SYSTEM
Change Imperatives Client/Server: A Reality Check Organizational Readiness Technical Readiness Staff Readiness IEF/Composer TM Readiness Keys to Success & “Watchouts” Given by TIER
• Importance of Development Coordination • Planning an Integrated Approach • Importance of Management Buy-In • Understanding the Process • Managing the Effort
To share the processes, tools, and interactions the NASD has developed through its Internal Help Desk Support Organization, which supports the entire Software Factory including Development using the IEF/ Composer Software.
Provide a full life cycle perspective on how a Composer DBA can positively influence the success of a project