Deciding whats a use case and what not, separating one from another
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Posted By:   tech_tech
Posted On:   Thursday, January 30, 2003 04:49 PM

Hi All, I m new to using UML for my applications. I have this stupid confusion about defining use case. I do understand what use cases are, but my problem is how do i separate one from another and what can be clubed in one as a use case. Is there any document, url i can find some help about. For example , consider a simple use case for " User Login" User enters login and password and gets thro is one use case. But then forgot password or wrong login/password , or user clicking on sign me up situations are also use cases or they are just normal path and exceptional path cases. Any help is really appreciated. Thanks - Sagar    More>>

Hi All,

I m new to using UML for my applications. I have this stupid confusion about defining use case. I do understand what use cases are, but my problem is how do i separate one from another and what can be clubed in one as a use case. Is there any document, url i can find some help about.

For example , consider a simple use case for " User Login"


User enters login and password and gets thro is one use case. But then forgot password or wrong login/password , or user clicking on sign me up situations are also use cases or they are just normal path and exceptional path cases.


Any help is really appreciated.


Thanks

- Sagar

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Re: Deciding whats a use case and what not, separating one from another

Posted By:   Anonymous  
Posted On:   Friday, January 31, 2003 01:39 AM

This is a duplicate post. To avoid redundancy, please answer at the original post. Thanks!
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