Difference between revisions of "Master Child Process"

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Capture the flow of execution using a flow chart. Create flowchart using the following steps:
 
*Number of boxes of flow chart = Number of phases / stages
 
*Number of boxes of flow chart = Number of phases / stages
 
*Each box is a stage or step and translates to a child process.
 
*Each box is a stage or step and translates to a child process.

Revision as of 09:19, 27 January 2020

Master Child Process


What is a Master Child Process?

As the name indicates in such process there exists a Master process and n number of child process which will be managed by the Master.


When to use Master Child Process?

Most often every project is an amalgamation of many tasks. These tasks could be stand alone tasks or with dependencies on other tasks. The progress of all these are to be tracked centrally to drive completion of the project on time. For such instances, Master Child Processes can be used

Conceptualization:

Break up the tasks based on the flow of execution. Understand the dependencies between tasks. Capture the flow of execution using a flow chart. Create flowchart using the following steps:

  • Number of boxes of flow chart = Number of phases / stages
  • Each box is a stage or step and translates to a child process.

Formulate a table that will provide more details regarding the tasks such as the owner of the individual tasks, time allotted for execution of each task etc.

Once the conceptualisation of project execution on Wooqer is complete, move to implementation.