Implementing and Integrating Product Data Management and Software Configuration Management

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Artech House, Jan 1, 2003 - Computers - 338 pages
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Many of the products consumers use today use a combination of both computer software and hardware components. Software development is controlled by a process called software configuration management (SCM) and hardware development by a different process called product data management (PDM). This groundbreaking book offers professionals an in-depth understanding of PDM and SCM. It points out the similarities and differences of these two processes, and explains how they can be combined to ensure effective and efficient component integration.
  

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Contents

Requirements of complex product development
3
12 Product life cycle
5
121 The development phase
6
122 Different variants of PLCs
8
14 PDM and SCM
13
References
15
General description of PDM
17
211 History overview
19
72 Evaluation
168
722 Evaluation project activities and milestones
169
723 Cost analysis
170
724 Return on investment
171
725 Evaluation of the tool vendor
173
726 SCM evaluation example
174
73 Deployment
177
732 PDM deployment
179

22 Basic functionality
21
221 Data vault and document management
22
222 Workflow management
23
223 Product structure management
24
224 Classification management
28
227 Data transport and translation
29
2210 Application integration
30
23 Information architecture
31
232 Information model
32
233 Version management
34
24 System architecture
35
241 PDM database
36
242 Data vault
37
25 Applications
38
251 CM
39
252 Document management
40
253 Product configurators
42
255 Project management
44
26 Trends in PDM
45
262 Trends in industry
50
27 Summary
54
References
55
General description of SCM
59
311 Historical overview
60
312 Definition
61
32 Basic functions
62
321 Version management
63
322 Workspace management
66
323 Configuration selection
67
324 Build management
69
326 Concurrent development
70
328 Change management
72
329 Integration with other tools
76
33 Related domains
77
332 Document management
78
34 Trends
79
341 Versioning models
80
342 Workspace management
81
345 Component CM
83
346 SCM process
84
35 Summary
85
References
86
Similarities and Differences Between PDM and SCM
89
Comparison of technical principles and key functionality
91
41 Comparison of principles
92
412 Product model
97
413 Evolution model
98
414 Process model
99
42 Comparison of key functionality
100
422 Product structure management
102
423 Build management
103
425 Release management
104
4210 Workspace management
105
References
107
Analysis and general findings
109
51 Development process and information management
110
512 Software products
113
513 Remarks
116
52 A case studyInformation management and PLC
117
522 Development and maintenance of a softwarebased product
119
53 Complex products
120
532 Information flow
123
533 Integration
124
54 Integration requirements and constraints
125
543 Cultural differences
127
55 Summary
128
References
129
Integration and Deployment
131
PDM and SCM integration
133
61 Possible integrations
134
612 Loose integration
136
613 No integration
139
614 Conclusion
140
621 Integration prerequisites
143
PDMUser interaction
144
SCMUser interaction
145
63 Examples of integrations
148
632 Integration of Metaphase and ClearCase
155
64 Summary
157
References
158
Evaluation and deployment
159
71 Evaluation and deployment of complex systems
160
711 The organization of the evaluation and deployment process
162
733 SCM deployment
181
734 Deployment of the PDM and SCM integrated environment
186
74 Summary
189
References
190
Case Studies
191
Case studies
193
82 Sun Microsystems Inc
195
821 Development process and PLC
196
822 Deployment of tools
201
831 Development process and PLC
202
832 Document management
205
84 Ericsson Radio Systems AB
206
842 The PDC system
207
843 Project organization
209
844 PLC process
212
845 The most important tools
214
846 CM methods
217
847 Information flow
218
848 Conclusion
224
85 Ericsson Mobile Communications AB
225
851 PDM tools
226
852 Product modeling
229
853 Traceability
230
86 ABB Automation Technology Products
231
861 Data management tools
232
862 Product structure
233
863 Conclusion
235
87 SaabTech Electronics AB
236
872 The new PDM system
238
873 Conclusion
243
References
245
Tools and Standards Survey
247
A survey of PDM tools
249
91 PDM resources on the Internet
251
92 PDM systems
252
922 TeamCenter
254
923 Windchill
256
924 ENOVIA
258
93 List of PDM tools
260
94 Summary
261
References
262
Survey of SCM tools
263
101 SCM resources on the Internet
264
102 Commercial SCM tools
265
1022 Rational ClearCase
266
1023 CM Synergy
269
1024 MERANT PVCS
271
1025 Microsoft Visual Source Safe
272
103 List of SCM commercial tools
273
1041 RCS
275
1043 List of free SCM tools
276
105 Summary
277
Document management systems
279
111 Document management and PDM
280
112 Document life cycle and document management
281
1121 Document creation and the import of documents
282
1123 Documentation editing
283
1126 Archiving longterm storage
284
1128 Document and content search functions
285
11211 Version management and CM
286
114 Document management resources on the Internet
288
1143 Document Management Avenue Ltd
289
116 Summary
293
References
294
Standards and de facto standards in PDM and SCM
295
121 PDM standards
296
122 CM standards
300
1221 MILSTD973 CM
301
1222 MILSTD483 CM Practices for Systems Equipment Munitions and Computer Programs
302
1995 Quality ManagementGuidelines for CM
303
1224 EIA649 Nonconsensus Standard for CM
304
123 SCM standards
305
1232 IEEE STD 10421987 IEEE Guide to SCM
306
1241 ISOIEC FDIS 15288 Systems EngineeringSystem Life Cycle Processes
307
1997 Quality Management and Quality Assurance StandardsPart 3
309
125 CMM and CMM Integration
312
1252 CMM Integration
316
126 SGML and XML
317
127 Summary
320
List of Acronyms
323
About the Authors
329
Index
333
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Ivica Crnkovic received his M.Sc. in electrical engineering and in theoretical physics, and Ph.D in computer science from the University of Zagrab, Croatia. Crnkovic is a professor of software engineering at Mälardalen University, Vasteras, Sweden. A frequent contributor to the literature on component development and co-author of Building Reliable Component-Based Software Systems (Artech House, 2002), he has been co-organizer of IEEE conferences and workshops on software engineering and a program committee member of software configuration management symposia and workshops.

Ulf Asklund earned a Ph.D. in configuration management at Lund University, Sweden. He is an assistant professor at Lund University, Sweden. A regular presenter at international conferences on software configuration management, he has organized workshops and a conference for the IEEE.

Annita Persson Dahlqvist earned her B.Sc. in computer science from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Dahlqvist is a software configuration and product data manager for Ericsson, AB. She has been a program committee member of software configuration management symposia and workshops and is a regular presenter at international conferences on software and system configuration management.

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