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Retire Early Instruction File text content question

Peter Loane
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Joined: Apr 11, 2011
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Hi
In the instruction file I downloaded, on page 2 in bullet point 4, when detailing scalability requirements I see [rkumal] after the number of existing customers

Has anyone else seen this ?
Is it a typo or a document artifact of some type ?

I only ask as I am wondering if it is affecting the display of the number of current customers, given the number of concurrent customers anticipated ?

I could address this in an assumptions document but I don't see one specified.

Or is it something for Risks ?

Thanks

Peter

kumar naresh
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Joined: Mar 12, 2011
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You can mention it as an assumption to address the scalability of application. But your application has to reflect to support scalability of the application showing it in Class diagram, Deployment diagram as well as.


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