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New Post 8/19/2013 7:40 AM
User is offline sp_key
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Methodology for cathing errors 

 Dear all,

I would like to find out how other analysts model errors and how you guys cope with error-handling.

What I do is this: I write requirements in the form of user stories and acceptance tests. My latest approach to error handling is to create a table whereby on the left column I write each step of the scenario and on the right column the things that could go wrong. I then gather my results and write additional scenarios that describe how the system should respond to the 'things that can go wrong' :)

Have you got any experience you can share? 

Many thanks in advance

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