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USE CASE

The use case diagrams are used to specify the functionality and behavior of a system by interacting with users and / or other systems.

CLASS In object-oriented programming is a data type that the user specifies a set of objects that share the same characteristics defined.

CLIENT / SERVER He is often called architecture and two layers, ie, a server layer, or computer containing data and associated programs managers, and layers clients, or computers that will address the above for information.

CODE Refers to the instructions in a program, and understood by the computer. Normal applications can have thousands of lines of code you need to maintain and update.

CONDITIONS In much the conditions for programming make decisions on program flow are used.

FORM Object database used for entering, editing and managing information in a database table data. A form provides a simple way of displaying some or all fields in a record simultaneously.


FILE Also known as a file, is a unit of information in which the result of using a word processing program, database or other application is stored. It needs to be opened with

FLOWCHAR Graphical representation, using conventional symbols, the process that follows the information on a particular program. Are commonly used in the application development phase by programmers.

INFORMATION Key element handling computers as binary data.

INPUT/ OUTPUT are devices or drivers input and output data

INTERFACE Interface. Connection and interaction between hardware, software and the user. The design and construction of interfaces is a major part of the work of engineers, programmers and consultants

USER INTERFACE It covers how the operator interacts with the computer, it receives messages on screen, responses to the use of computer peripheral input.

BINARY LANGUAGE The operation of any computer system resides in the binary principle. By prior agreement, the two states of a binary system, called "bit" (contraction of "binary element") are credited with the value 0 and 1 respectively.


Programming language Set of 'linguistic' rules let you write a program and it is understood by the computer and can be transferred to similar computers to operate in other systems.

LOGIN Entry ID connection.

ORACLE Oracle is a database management system for object-relational (ORDBMS or by the acronym for Object-Relational Data Base Management System), developed by Oracle Corporation data.

OBJECT ORIENTATION In traditional programming, we distinguish between the data and procedures. The program elements are called objects and are considered as separate entities relate and interact.

CLIENT/SERVER NETWORK Communications network that uses dedicated to all clients on the network servers.

SYSTEM LOG Files that contain information about the general operation. Registration is where the Windows system comes when you need to know anything about the hardware and software equipment as well as other aspects of system configuration.


UML (Unified Modeling Language) The unified modeling language (UML) is a language for specifying, visualizing, constructing and documenting the artifacts of a system-intensive process.

UPDATE Sort data in a file or database.

UPLOAD (Load or Top) is the process by which we copy a file from your computer to a server or system, in order to transmit the Web or hang it on a Web page.

IP ADDRESS (Internet Protocol address). The standard way to identify a computer connected to the Internet, similar to how a telephone number identifies a telephone number in a telephone network.

URL (Universal Resource Locator). Universal Resource Locator. Unified identification system resources on the network. Addresses consist of protocol, local address and FQDN in the server document.

USB (Universal Serial Bus). Universal Serial Bus. The main feature of this bus is that most peripherals can be connected and disconnected with the computer running, configured automatically.


USERNAME Username. It does not have to be the actual name but any identifier for the program you are using.

USER A user can be defined as a person who interacts with the computer at the application level. Instead, programmers and all technical professional can not be considered users when working with computer professionally.

XHTML English acronym for extensible Hyper Text Markup Language (Extensible Hypertext Markup Language) is the markup language meant to replace HTML as a standard for websites. XML (Extensible Markup Language) XML is a meta-language for defining markup languages suited to particular uses

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