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Bishwamitra Thakur
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A quick question. should we be adding our use case in addition to what is there in assignment.

[Edit - real assignment details removed]
 
Andrew Monkhouse
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Almost all questions and responses on CodeRanch are welcome, however there are very specific rules for our SCJD and SCEA forums. These are spelt out in the SCJD specific rules, and the SCEA FAQ. More generic rules about certification issues are spelt out in our policy on real questions.

In looking at your post, I felt that it was discussing a real solution, so I had to delete it.

Perhaps you could re-word it to be less assignment specific?
 
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In the general case, no. There are lots of use cases in a system. You just have to design for what they ask.
 
Eduardo Mineo
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Hi, Bishwamitra,

I added because I wanted my project to be understandable without prior knowledge of assignment. So, one who hasn't read the assignment can understand the context, what are the business needs and I think it's more pleasant when you tell the whole history instead of just put replies.

Even though I told the whole history, my project was very succinct, very straightforward, because I think it can be directly related to time people wait for grading. If you put hundred of classes and diagrams, it would be more difficult to Oracle see what you meant and if you have achieved the business needs, even if your project is brilliant.

Best wishes.
 
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