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New Post 9/26/2012 9:00 PM
User is offline BAfresher
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Use Case- any solution? 
Modified By BAfresher  on 9/27/2012 7:03:25 AM)

 How to write use case to update address for the entire family in one click.

Scenerio: A user and his family is enrolled in to the system and he needs to update the address of his and his family in one click.

users and address are kept in two separate tables

 
New Post 10/1/2012 7:35 AM
User is offline Anthony Chen
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Re: Use Case- any solution? 

 BAfresher wrote

 How to write use case to update address for the entire family in one click.

Scenerio: A user and his family is enrolled in to the system and he needs to update the address of his and his family in one click.

users and address are kept in two separate tables

 

A use case is probably not the best model for describing that scenario. The purpose of a usecase is to explain what the user is trying to accomplish and to show the steps the user might take to accomplish it. It might be better to just show an RML display action response model. It is a model that shows a wireframe and then describes how the user interacts with it. here is one blog post on the DAR model

http://requirements.seilevel.com/blog/2011/03/display-action-response-models-for-user-interface-requirements.html

You point out that users an addresses are kept in two separate tables. How are you thinking that is relevant?

 
New Post 10/14/2012 5:04 AM
User is offline Kimbo
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Re: Use Case- any solution? 

 hi bafresher

anthony's response is nonsense. He's trying to sell his rml thing.

Use case works fine. the goal is to update the address. how you write the use case depends on whether you

are trying to write a business use case or describe the screens that are the solution

Kimbo

 

 
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