Problem Life Cycle
Problem Domain Analysis
Define Project Context
Data Dictionary Advantages
Process Goal Abstraction
UML Define Cohesion
Object Coupling Decisions
Weak Strong Aggregation
Key Analysis Design Concepts
Use Case Model
Use Case Diagram
Build Use Case
Use Case Description
Extended Use Case
Identify Model include Stereotype
Extend Stereotype Generalization
Use Case Model
Project Constraints - Exercise
Course Project: Context, Scope, and Constraints
Identify whether selected user statements help you identify course project context, scope, or constraints.
This exercise is worth a total of 10 points.
This is the third exercise in the course project.
No downloadable files are required to complete this exercise.
Review the user statements below. As you read the statements, decide whether the statement helps you identify project context, scope, or constraints. Briefly explain your answer.
We want to give our customers access to our site through the Internet.
Agents need to be able to see their sales status.
We already have a database that is working very well for us.
We need to track sales for agents, but not for agencies.
In the first phase, we will handle only theatrical events. Later, we will add concerts, and eventually all other event types.
The facilities manager assigns the prices to seats in each show.
A single agent may be assigned no more than 10% of the seats at any time.
Agents are given permission to sell seats for a date range. They can sell tickets for any shows that occur during that time period.
We are going to accept only credit card payments.
Our auditors require the tickets to be uniquely numbered.
Submitting your exercise
For each of the user statements above, indicate in the text box below whether or not the statement helps you define the scope, context, or constraints of the course project system. Briefly explain your choice.