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High Level Design Document

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<Customer Name>
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Version: 1.0 - Format 1

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Table of Contents
Scope of the Business.............................................................................................5
Project Objectives.....................................................................................................5
Design Constraints and Limitations...................................................................5
Architectural Design.................................................................................................6
System Architecture Diagram..............................................................................6
Architecture.................................................................................................................6
FIGURE 1: ARCHITECTURE............................................................................6
ARCHITECTURE DETAILS...............................................................................6
TECHNOLOGY.....................................................................................................7
Debugging...................................................................................................................7
REQUIREMENTS CROSS-REFERENCE........................................................7
USER SUPPORT.................................................................................................7
NEXT STEPS.......................................................................................................7

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Scope of the Business


<The project scope defines the concept and range of the proposed
solution. Its also important to define what will not be part of the
project. Clarifying the scope and limitations helps to establish realistic
expectations of the many stakeholders. It also provides a reference
frame against which proposed features and requirements changes can
be evaluated.>

Project Objectives
<The objectives of Project / application are: >

Design Constraints and Limitations


<List known internal or external design constraints and limitations
which will have impact on the project / solution >

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Architectural Design
System Architecture Diagram
Architecture
< Provide a flow chart / diagram of the Top level Architecture of the
solution>

Figure 1: Architecture

Architecture Details
<This document details the architecture using the views defined in
model.
User Interface
Reports
Error Handling
Performance
Security
Reliability
Maintainability
Portability
Reusability
Debugging
Interface modification & Impacts>

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Technology
<The technology environment for the application is listed below:

Application: Describe the application / technology used to


develop the solution>

Requirements Cross-Reference
<Provide the list of documents to which this HLD refers, like SRS.>

User Support
<List down your understanding/proposal for end user and customer
support for the product and solution, including future modifications
and dependencies that effect the stability/use of the solution.>

Next Steps
<List down what are the proposed next steps. Include your proposed
project methodology and roll out plans the customer must be clear
on what he is to expect from dealing with you, what timelines may be
needed and how must time is expected to be spent. No commercials
need to be mentioned here>

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