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New Post 3/15/2010 10:26 AM
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User is offline Steve
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Use Cases For Add and Update Function 

If you have an add and update function, how would you represent this in use cases?  For example,  let's say there is a function in an application to add a room or you can update attributes of existing room.  In this same application you could add beds or update attributes of existing beds.  All of these functions are actually an option within another function called "Add Unit Capabilities". 

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Steve

 
New Post 3/17/2010 3:44 AM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: Use Cases For Add and Update Function 

 How about within the context of "add unit capabilities" you provide two subsidiary requirements;

1. Add/remove rooms

2. Add/remove features to a room

These are 2 distinct but somehow related capabilities, right?

 

 
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