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Waleed Hassan
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Waleed Hassan 2015.05.14 15:55 

I'm new and i got selected on a project in freelance and right now on the "Demonstration" My question is how i will send EA files to my customer and what is Demonstration???

 

And first i have to send ex4 files? and after his satisfaction i have to send original files

Thanks 

Rozana Sustar
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Rozana Sustar 2015.05.14 16:39  

Upload files? This way.

 

Some information:

  1. Work Agreement
    1. Several Applications may be posted for one Order; the Customer may select only one of them to execute the Order.
    2. For each Application, a separate discussion topic is created, available only to the Customer and the Applicant/Developer.
    3. The ultimate goal of such discussion is concluding the Work Agreement to move to the step of Requirements Negotiation.
  2. Requirements Negotiation
    1. To finalize details of the Order, discussion continues on the step of Requirements Negotiation.
    2. The purpose of discussions between the Customer and the Developer is the approval of the requirements specification for the Order.
    3. The Customer publishes the negotiated Requirements Specification as a separate message right before its approval. This message should begin with words "Requirements Specification".
    4. No other preliminary agreements, written or oral, not included in the requirements specification, have force in carrying out the work.
    5. The Customer shall not demand performance of works not described in the requirements specification.
    6. The requirements specification and the system comments of each step confirmation are the main source governing resolution of any claims and disputes arising during the work.
    7. After both parties approve the Requirements Specification, the payment for the Order is locked on the Customer's account in the Payment System.
    8. The Customer may cancel the previously selected Developer and select a new one, provided the requirements specification has not been approved yet.
  3. Prototype/Model
    1. The Developer provides a Prototype or Model of the ordered solution to the Customer, in order to agree on the operation mode and/or appearance.
    2. The Prototype/Model is not required to contain the entire functionality described in the requirements specification, being only an outline or draft.
    3. On this step, the Customer and the Developer shall specify the fine details of the final order, which does not affect the overall operation of the ordered solutions, but can bring additional comfort during utilization.
    4. For the Prototype, the Developer can provide outlines, configuration dialogs, templates of information panels positioning, examples of technical messages to print in the "Experts" journal and so on.
    5. The ultimate goal of the discussion at this step is the approval of an agreement on how a complete solution should look like.
  4. Demonstration
    1. Before delivering the work to the Customer, the Developer shall demonstrate the operation of the complete solution.
    2. The parties may have further discussions to fix detected errors or add some clarifications.
    3. The ultimate goal is the approval of the Customer that the presented materials allow the transfer of work from the Developer to the Customer.
    4. Specific details of what is a demonstration and criteria of checking whether a solution complies with the Order, must be specified in the Requirements Specification.
  5. Work Acceptance
    1. The completed work is delivered by way of providing files. The number of files is not limited. Files with *.dll extension are delivered only in a compressed form
    2. The files shall be posted right in the Order attached to the comments.
  6. Payment
    1. The required sum of money is automatically deducted from the Customer's account and added to the Developer's account by the Payment System upon the Customer's confirmation of the work delivery or the recognition of the Order as fulfilled after the expiry of the work acceptance period.
Waleed Hassan
304
Waleed Hassan 2015.05.14 19:00  
Rozana Sustar:

Upload files? This way.

 

Some information:

  1. Work Agreement
    1. Several Applications may be posted for one Order; the Customer may select only one of them to execute the Order.
    2. For each Application, a separate discussion topic is created, available only to the Customer and the Applicant/Developer.
    3. The ultimate goal of such discussion is concluding the Work Agreement to move to the step of Requirements Negotiation.
  2. Requirements Negotiation
    1. To finalize details of the Order, discussion continues on the step of Requirements Negotiation.
    2. The purpose of discussions between the Customer and the Developer is the approval of the requirements specification for the Order.
    3. The Customer publishes the negotiated Requirements Specification as a separate message right before its approval. This message should begin with words "Requirements Specification".
    4. No other preliminary agreements, written or oral, not included in the requirements specification, have force in carrying out the work.
    5. The Customer shall not demand performance of works not described in the requirements specification.
    6. The requirements specification and the system comments of each step confirmation are the main source governing resolution of any claims and disputes arising during the work.
    7. After both parties approve the Requirements Specification, the payment for the Order is locked on the Customer's account in the Payment System.
    8. The Customer may cancel the previously selected Developer and select a new one, provided the requirements specification has not been approved yet.
  3. Prototype/Model
    1. The Developer provides a Prototype or Model of the ordered solution to the Customer, in order to agree on the operation mode and/or appearance.
    2. The Prototype/Model is not required to contain the entire functionality described in the requirements specification, being only an outline or draft.
    3. On this step, the Customer and the Developer shall specify the fine details of the final order, which does not affect the overall operation of the ordered solutions, but can bring additional comfort during utilization.
    4. For the Prototype, the Developer can provide outlines, configuration dialogs, templates of information panels positioning, examples of technical messages to print in the "Experts" journal and so on.
    5. The ultimate goal of the discussion at this step is the approval of an agreement on how a complete solution should look like.
  4. Demonstration
    1. Before delivering the work to the Customer, the Developer shall demonstrate the operation of the complete solution.
    2. The parties may have further discussions to fix detected errors or add some clarifications.
    3. The ultimate goal is the approval of the Customer that the presented materials allow the transfer of work from the Developer to the Customer.
    4. Specific details of what is a demonstration and criteria of checking whether a solution complies with the Order, must be specified in the Requirements Specification.
  5. Work Acceptance
    1. The completed work is delivered by way of providing files. The number of files is not limited. Files with *.dll extension are delivered only in a compressed form
    2. The files shall be posted right in the Order attached to the comments.
  6. Payment
    1. The required sum of money is automatically deducted from the Customer's account and added to the Developer's account by the Payment System upon the Customer's confirmation of the work delivery or the recognition of the Order as fulfilled after the expiry of the work acceptance period.
Upload link is not working please help me where i can send him files?
Waleed Hassan
304
Waleed Hassan 2015.05.14 19:28  
Ok thanks problem have been sort out :D
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