The Requirements Specification document should include the following:
A title page with class number and name, project name, your name, and the date.
Approved Proposal based on instructor feedback (for reference).
Short description of the business process you are addressing.
Requirements list defining all major features of the integrated system. Sufficient detail should be included to allow system design and prototype to be completed based on this list.
The document should be 3–4 double-spaced pages excluding the title page and reference page (if included).
The document will be assessed based on your ability to adequately describe the requirements appropriate for the solution.
It is highly desirable to create a Web-based application for this project due to the availability of Web services that are useful for integration purposes. Web-based applications can also be operated on publicly available Web sites which will make them easier to deploy and evaluate. If you choose to create a Web-based project, be sure to check the availability of scripting, server-side coding, and database capabilities on your Web hosting server. You may not have a significant background in Web application development. Some background on Web development and Web Services was provided in the standard curriculum and examples are provided in the reading materials for this course. The type of Web application required to integrate Web Services and create and integrated system are not overly complicated and can be created in languages you are probably familiar with already (PHP, Java, C#).