|Re: Use Case Specification [message #988792 is a reply to message #988704]
||Mon, 03 December 2012 08:40
| Patrick Tessier
Registered: July 2009
UML does not specify name, id, description, actors, preconditions, main flow, postconditions and alternate flow for use cases.
So you can adopt differents approaches:
1. You can design a profile , where you specify all this information and you apply it on use case
2. You can attach element comment to the use case
3. you can attach a word document for example to the use case by using hyperlinks (green cross)
Personnaly I prefer the profil. Thanks to the profile, information is structured and you can analyse and reuse it in model transformation.I do not if it exist a standard profil that adds this kind of information on use cases.
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