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Users use the details they registered with and enter them into the login screen

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Part A - Requirements

R1 The software should allow companies to be created R1.1 The software should allow projects to be created R1.2 The software should allow users to be created R1.3 The software should allow tickets to be created

 

R2 The software allows the users to read and update the following:

R2.1 Companies R2.2 Projects R2.3 Other Users

R2.4 Tickets and state of tickets

 

R3 Projects must be able to be assigned to companies R3.1 Users must be able to be assigned to projects R3.2 Tickets must be able to be assigned to users

R3.3 The state of the tickets can be changed by the user

 

R4 The software allows the user to delete companies R4.1 The software allows the user to delete projects R4.2 The software allows the user to delete other users R4.3 The software allows the user to delete tickets

 

R5 Software can produce reports

R5.1 The software should display the productivity of users within the report

R5.2 The software should show the progress of development within the report

 

R6 Users can build a board that displays tickets

 

R7 The software will allow a user to predict the number of projects that a company will work on and the appropriate number of people needed to build these projects based on previous data

R7.1 The user can produce a prediction for a specific date NON FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS

NF1 Application will run on Windows and not any other operating system

NF2 Application should be a programmatic dynamic interface

NF3 Application data will be saved in a persistent form such as inside a database

NF4 Application can read and write the data and activity is threaded

NF5 Application is built as a .NET C# application

 

Part B - Use case Diagrams

Part B - Use case Diagrams II

PART B - USE CASES

 

Use Case: Register

Id: UC-‐ 001

Description: Users can register a set of login details unique to them

Primary Actor: User

Supporting Actors: Database

Stakeholders and Interests: No stakeholders and interest

Pre-‐Conditions: Not an existing user

Post Conditions: Upon successful registration, the user can use these details to log into the system

Trigger: The user presses the register button

 

Main Success Scenario

1. The user presses the register button

2. Users enter information to register.

3. The system validates the input data from the user.

4. User details are now stored in the database system.

5. Users can log in using details they used to register

 

Variations: No variations

Use Case: Login

Id: UC-‐ 002

Description: Users use the details they registered with and enter them into the login screen

Primary Actor: User

Supporting Actors: Database

Stakeholders and Interests: No stakeholders and interest

Pre-‐Conditions: Not an existing user

Post Conditions: Upon successful registration, the user can use these details to log into the system

Trigger: The user presses the register button

 

Main Success Scenario

1. The user enters their login information

2. The system checks and authenticates user details

3. Access is granted

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