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NX: Response Time / Capacity / Startup Times

 
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There is no mention of transaction response time, maximum number of concurrent users, or server and GUI startup times in the assignment requirements.
Nor is there any mention of the number of contenders for a any particular record.
The capacity and performance requirements of a "Home Improvements Contractor" system are not going to be the same as for a global airline reservation system, or an "Amazon-like" retailing organization.
Is it therefore possible to assume and state one's own "reasonable" performance requirements and design to meet those requirements?
 
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AFIK, speed and responsiveness are not considered in the grading.

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