14.3. The SRS Class Diagram, Revisited

Now that you've learned a little bit about creating command line–driven applications, let's turn our attention back to the SRS class diagram that we produced in Part Two of the book. In speaking with our sponsors for the SRS system, we learn that they've decided to cut back on a few features in the interest of reducing development costs:

  • First of all, they've decided not to automate students' plans of study via the SRS. Instead, it will be up to each student to make sure that the courses that he or she registers for are appropriate for the degree that he or she is seeking.

  • Since automated plans of study are being eliminated, there will no longer be a need to track whom a student's faculty advisor is. The ...

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