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Developing Applications with Java™ and UML by Paul R. Reed

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The Completed Process Orders Use-Case Template

Now that we have completed most of the framework for the use-cases, a sample of a completed template is in order. What follows is the use-case template for Process Orders.

  1. Use-Case Description Information

    1.1 Name

    Process Orders.

    1.2 Goal

    This use-case satisfies all of the goals of setting up a new order. This applies for both new and existing customers. All aspects of the order entry process are covered, from initial entry to ultimate pricing.

    1.3 Use-Case Team Leader/Members

    Rene Becnel (team lead), Stan Young, Todd, Klock, Jose Aponte.

    1.4 Precondition

    Order clerk has logged onto the system.

    1.5 Postcondition

    Order is placed, inventory is reduced.

    1.6 Constraints/Issues/Risks

    The new system might not be ...

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