Use Case View
Intro to UML
Logical View UML
UML Software - Quiz
UML Standardizes Development
Use Case View
Use Case Associations
Use Case Narrative
Use Case Origin
Logical View Model
Model Attribute Notation
Notation Modeling Operations
Modeling UML Class
Reflexive Qualified Association
Modeling Aggregation Composition
Aggregation Composition - Quiz
Specifying Inheritance Generalization
Specifying UML Delegation
Logical View Model Conclusion
Object Diagram Notation
Test Class Diagrams
Logical View Object Diagram
Use Case Narrative - Exercise
Course project, part 2
Write a use case narrative for the course project inventory control system.
We have identified the use case Fill Order in the use case diagram. Given what you know about this process draft a narrative for this use case.
Remember to include the four elements:
Four Human Factors
Use this guide to help you construct the use case narrative:
Use case description
Use case initialization
This use case starts when…
Requested: on demand
A system event occurs: order cancelled
A point in time arrives: midnight on the last day of the month
Use case dialog
Use case termination
See if you can find an error or something missing from our
use case diagram
. Very often, taking a closer look at one aspect of the problem will reveal new insights to update existing models. This is a normal and desirable part of the modeling process.
This exercise is worth a total of 20 points:
Assumptions: 2 points
(there are no pre-conditions in the exercise solution)
Use case initialization: 2 points
Use case dialog: 6 points
Use case termination: 2 points
Post-conditions: 2 points
2 points for each error/change found, up to 6 points maximum
Submitting the exercise
Include your return email address if it is not already present.
In the subject field, type: UML - Course project, part 2 - Module 3 - your Student ID. This is very important! Without this specific text in the subject field, the exercise may not be matched to the person who created it.
Include a brief note in the text field of your email.
Attach your file. Make sure your file is named: narrative.gif.
Each email program has a slightly different way of attaching files. Please check your program's documentation for full instructions.
In the text area below, type: Course project, part 2 and your Student ID. In addition, you can include any questions or comments you have about the exercise. When you are ready to submit it, click the