Systems Development and Documentation Techniques

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3.1 Identify the DFD elements in the following narrative: A customer purchases a few items from a local grocery store. Jill, a salesclerk, enters the transaction in the cash register and takes the customer’s money. At closing, Jill gives both the cash and the register tape to her manager.

Data Flows: merchandise, payment, cash and register tape

Data Source: customer

Processes: capture sales and payment data and collect payment, give cash and register tape to manager

Storage: sales file (register tape), cash register

3.2 Do you agree with the following statement: “Any one of the systems documentation procedures can be used to
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converting source documents to magnetic tape using a computer-based optical character reader (OCR)

d. processing OCR documents online to update a database on magnetic disk

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e. reading data from a magnetic disk into the computer to be printed on a report

f. using a computer or terminal to </inst>key data from source documents to a file stored on a magnetic disk

g. manually sorting and filing invoices numerically

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h. using a terminal to enter source document data and send it to a </inst>remote location where an online processing system records it in a database stored on magnetic disk

i. a scheduled automatic backup of an internal hard drive to an external hard drive

j. using a terminal to </inst>query customer sales data maintained on a magnetic disk

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k. enter employee hours recorded on time cards in the payroll transaction file maintained on disk and update wage data maintained on the payroll master file

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l. use a terminal to </inst>access a price list maintained on disk to complete a purchase order. An electronic copy of the purchase order is sent to

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