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New Post 2/8/2018 7:28 AM
User is offline Shan32
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how to document Use case 

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I am preparing requirements document and separated the use cases from the requirements. I want to find out what document can I now use to store the business cases

 
New Post 2/8/2018 7:00 PM
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Re: how to document Use case 

If you just want to do it in MS Word, search for a template online. Lots out there. Other way is to use some kind of tool. Enterprise Architect (sparxsystems.com) that I use caters for use cases. I switched to user stories years ago but it worked in the day. And you can link them to your requirements and create a Requirements Traceability matrix automatically. Lots of other tools will cater for it too I expect

 

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New Post 2/12/2018 5:03 PM
User is offline Adrian M.
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Re: how to document Use case 

Here are some good references on Use Cases:


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