Solved Help with my college project.

Lenovo / 20157
August 15, 2014 at 22:31:14
Specs: Windows 7, Core i5 3rd Gen 2.501 Ghz / 4GB
I am in the last second semester of my computer science and we are given projects to develop, i am developing ADB Tool through which you can handle some basic & advance tasks in your android phone using your desktop.

My project has no database becasue it just does the following things:

- Reboot phone
- Boot into recovery
- Backup /data
- Backup SD/Card and apks
- Reset Pattern Lock
- Flash kernel

other similar things which needs no database.

The problem is in my next presentation i have to present three things:
- ER Diagram
- DFD
- Data Dictionary

now i am confused if my project has no database that the all the above things can't be made, so is there any other thing i need to prepare?

I am developing the project in VisualBasic 2010 with C#.
Thanks!

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August 16, 2014 at 04:05:18
Well, you do have enough to put together a DFD. It starts with the user inputting a command, and ends up with the transfer of data or reboot. In either case, that's a flow of data.

As for the other 2, it depends on whoever grades your project. If they're going to mark off for not having a DB, maybe you can throw something together so you can make your charts. Call it a command history. Record the action, date, and various metadata.

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#1
August 15, 2014 at 22:49:47
Why don't you talk to your tutor about this? They know better than anyone here what the requirements of your course are.

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August 15, 2014 at 23:07:26
Actually its 4 days holiday here and i can't talk to him because of holiday, as soon as the collage reopens i have to present it

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August 15, 2014 at 23:37:26
Well, I think that you are on your own. You've left it rather late to ask the question and, unless someone here happens to be on the same course as you, we can hardly guess the course requirements.

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August 16, 2014 at 04:05:18
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Well, you do have enough to put together a DFD. It starts with the user inputting a command, and ends up with the transfer of data or reboot. In either case, that's a flow of data.

As for the other 2, it depends on whoever grades your project. If they're going to mark off for not having a DB, maybe you can throw something together so you can make your charts. Call it a command history. Record the action, date, and various metadata.

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