Project Dependency Diagram
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Project Dependency Diagram

Core

(Harmmet)

DynamicProxy

(Jonathon Ross)

NVelocity

(Jonathon Ross)

Email/TemplateEngine

(???)

DsclionaryAdapter

(Craly Neuwtrt)

Boo

Vaildator

(Andrew Hallock)

Binder

(Emst Naezer)

MonoRall

(Ken Egozi)

Visual Studio Integration

(Jonathom Rossi)

ActiveReoord

(Markus Zywitza)

NHIbernate

Scheduler

(???)

BatchRegistration

(Alex Henderson)

Logging

(Alex Henderson)

Remoting

(Henry Concekco)

Synchronize

(Craig Neuwlrl)

Transaction Service

(Email Naezer)

Automatic Transaction Mgmt

(???)

db40 integration

(Henry Conelcao)

Logging Services

(Ernst Naezer)

Pagination

(Colln Ramsay)

AcliveRecoredintegration

(???)

NHibernateIntegration

(Tuna Toksoz)

Wct Integration

(Craig Neuwlrl)

MicroKemel/Windsor

(Ayyende)

EventWiring

(Henry Conoeo)

FactorySupport

(Alex Henderson)

Startable

(Richard Fieming)

TypedFactory

(Alex Henderson)

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publish time: 2021-07-30
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A dependency diagram is a graphical display of all the tasks in a workflow that are required to complete a request. One can use it to create dependencies between tasks, specify the order in which each will be completed, and which tasks need to be completed before others can be released. In the below project dependency diagram, there are several stages of a competitive analysis process: competitive service, facilities, components, and integration. EdrawMax provides a free customizable project dependency diagram template to download and print. As the below flow chart illustrates, each project task like Dynamic Proxy or NonoRall, or MicroKernel depends on others to create an achievable project schedule. It is the dependencies that help one work out the proper flow of the tasks.

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