By Carol Britton, Jill Doake

ISBN-10: 0750661232

ISBN-13: 9780750661232

This can be one of many first-class booklet needs to be learn by means of each firm program developer. Eventhough the identify is "A pupil consultant to Object-Oriented Development", truly it's greater than a pupil consultant. hugely recommended.
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For example, the other day I had a man on the phone wanting to k n o w if we had two bikes, a Raleigh Pioneer for him and a Dawes Galaxy for his partner, and how much it would cost for three day~ hire. First of all I had to look on the shop floor to see if we'd got the right bikes, then I had to search t h r o u g h all the cards and then I had to work out how much it was going to cost him. He was very patient, but that sort of thing takes ages. Anyway, I'll show you one of the cards. 2 Example bike card f r o m the current Wheels system Thanks.

It usually documents functionality that the user can opt to use over and above the norm. The practice of using an <> relationship in this way is only for documenting important variations from the normal course of events. Minor variations can be covered in the extended use case description. We would use an <> relationship if we want to describe: 9 Extra functionality that is available if required, for example printing a list rather than just viewing it on the screen. 9 Behaviour done only u n d e r certain conditions, for example printing an extra receipt if the whole deposit is not returned.

SD: Can you tell me about your customers in general, do you think they're happy with the hire system as it is, or do you get a lot of complaints? Annie: I don't think it~ too bad, though we do get complaints occasionally. I don't think the system~ very efficient; for example, it can be really slow if I'm trying to work out the cost of hiring more than one bike. If it~ my day off and one of the others is in charge it~ even slower because they're not used to it. Sometimes I think the customers are just too nice to complain.

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