Completed Functionality Document Implemented Requirements from Software Requirement Specifications Page: Increment I Section 18.104.22.168 – Inventory Edit Implemented in our Application Section 22.214.171.124 – Inventory Add Accessed from Database main Form Increment II Section 2.2.1 – Accessed from Database main Form Section 2.2.2 – Accessed from Database main Form and Application Section 2.2.3 – Implemented in Database Password Feature Section 2.2.6 – Accessed from Database main Form Section 2.2.7 – Accessed from Database main Form Increment III Section 2.2.8 – Application and Database are user-friendly Comparative levels of functionality, SRS: Increment I Increment I is completed to the specifications in our SRS document. We have expanded the inventory management to our application which allows them to manage their inventory with less user error. This was the most important step. Increment II Increment II falls slightly short of the specifications in our SRS document. The gap exists in the requirement of Section 2.2.5 – Manifest reporting. Currently, the database does not have an option for printing an official manifest for a container. It does contain a detailed shipment manifest. We were not able to implement this report due to the amount of work spent on the scanning increment, and we were never presented with the form of the manifest to create. Increment III We have completed Increment III in that we have ensured the user interface is streamlined and bug free. We spent time making sure errors did not occur between the application and the database, and made several changes to the database to make things work properly. Comparative levels of functionality, Intentions Document: Completed Sections from Intentions Document: Code Documentation for maintenance / ease of use Stability in all three increments Circumvented major VisualBasic language bug Corrected data formatting errors Ensured Application and Database are intuitive and give user-friendly and informative error messages.