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Developing Applications with Java™ and UML by Paul R. Reed

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Describing Details of Pathways

The first goal of the project will be to further flesh out the detailed pathways for all the alternate and exception pathways in the use-cases. The use-cases referred to here are only those that will be implemented in the first increment. Remember from the previous chapter that pathway detail was already completed for each use-cases happy path (for all the increments). In that chapter, as an example we described in detail the happy path (Customer calls and orders a guitar and supplies, and pays with a credit card) for the use-case Process Orders.

Remember that the detailed pathway shows the tasks necessary to satisfy that course of the use-case. Now all the pathways for all the use-cases in Increment 1 need to be ...

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