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Flor Prinx

on 17 September 2013

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Analysis Phase
Requirements Definition
Executive Summary
Design Phase
Planning Phase
This paper presents a system proposal that contains all the essential information about the Church Management Information Database (CMID) System of the Immaculate Conception Parish located at Aluba, Mandumol, Cagayan de Oro city, Philippines.

This paper follows the System Development and Life Cycle (SDLC), which serves as the structure of the system – from planning phase, analysis phase, design phase to implementation phase.

This proposal is intended to be presented to the project sponsor and other key decision makers to be able to continue to move forward this database system project.
Technical Feasibility
The database system is feasible technically, although there is some risk.

*The programmers risk regarding familiarity with the as-is church management information system is moderately high

*The programmers risk regarding familiarity with the technology is moderately low

*The project size is considered medium risk

*The compatibility with the current system existing technical infrastructure should be good.

Economical Feasibility
The system was developed from an OPEN SOURCE. This means that there is no money involvement that will be expend. Its a non-profit project.

The benefits of the project will be:
1. Database that is functioning
2. A system that will support 17 communities of the parish
3. Easy access of records of the parishioners
4. Easy filing of records of the parishioners
5. Reducing of the cost of printing survey forms of the parish

*From the programmers’ perspective, this project has a moderate risk.

*The programmers of the system and the project sponsors of the parish have a strong interest in building the to-be system.

*The programmers are expected to produce a system. However, due to time constrains (4 months of building the system) the programmers felt little unease of the system’s deadline making the system to be fit to the customer needs.

Economical Feasibility
Functional Requirements
*New Church Management Information Database System
*Search and Browse
*Add, Update and Delete
Non-functional Requirements
*Cultural and Political

Use Case
Process Model
Data Model
System Acquisition Weighted Alternative Matrix
Hardware and Software Specification
Interface Design
Physical Process Model
Program Design
Database and File Specification
Physical Data Model
Architectural Design
The proponents had decided to develop a package system. Package system means that the system is develop from an existing program known as open-source.
Hardware Specification
Software Specification
Minimum requirements
As for software requirements, the Operating system should either be a Linux or Windows platform. It should have a web server application like XAMPP, WAMP or LAMP because either one of those applications are needed for setting up the site. Those applications should have Apache (version 2.2 or greater), MySQL (version 5.1 or greater) and PHP(version 5.2.12 or greater).
To access the server, the client should only need a device that is connected to the internet. The usage of a browser is required to open the site.
Log-in Page
Menu and Sub-menu
Interface Structure Diagram
The database and file specification of the CMID system is similar to the ChurchInfo system. This means that the database of ChurchInfo system was adopted by the CMID system. Anything that has inside the ChurchInfo database was not altered nor changed. However, the proponents added some tables.
We would like to present the Church Management Information Database System
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