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Use case and workshop output contradicts

Pradeep K Tiwari
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Joined: Sep 28, 2012
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As per workshop out they say there are some systems are read only (None of the three systems will be written to) but in use cases user attaches the information those will be inserted to these systems which seems contradictory. Should I consider that the external system will have read and write only but cannot be updated?
Fernando Franzini
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This kind of trick is quite common in the assignment. I believe you have to consider the description of the use case.
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Pradeep K Tiwari
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Joined: Sep 28, 2012
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Thanks Fernano. I also think I should go as per use case. Thanks for your suggestion.
 
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