Hi Jean, I think it should be true. Use cases are used for identifying the process involved in the problem domain.Later in the Build Phase Iterative Development Cycle, this process is used to identify the concepts in the Conceptual Model while Analysing and to convert these concepts into software models with attributes and business methods (behaviour) while Designing. So ideally all the business methods are directly or indirectly defined because of the use case requirement. Let me know your views on this. Regards,
I struggled with this one because I don't think you have methods in a business model. When creating a business model based on business flow from Use Cases, I'm not sure a method is the correct semantec. I any case, presuming it's not a trick question, I would guess true as well.
------------------ David Roberts - SCJP2,MCP
David Roberts - SCJP2,MCP
posted 19 years ago
It is true. I'm an idiot. I didn't realize they meant business model as business objects in a model. I thought they were being tricky with business flow, etc... ------------------ David Roberts - SCJP2,MCP