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ARSP1 - Apartment Rental System Phase 1 Chris Moessmer CSCI...

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Apartment Rental System Phase 1 Chris Moessmer CSCI 311 November 16, 2002
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Table of Contents General Background ............................................................................................................ 3 Requirements Specification ................................................................................................. 4 Use Case Diagram ................................................................................................................ 6 Use Cases ............................................................................................................................. 7 UC 1 – Run Credit Report ............................................................................................... 8 UC 2 – Check Unit Availability ..................................................................................... 8 UC 3 – Enter Foot Traffic ............................................................................................... 8 UC 4 – Check Unit Status .............................................................................................. 9 UC 5 – Analyze Rental Application .............................................................................. 9 UC 6 – Balance Deposit Ledger .................................................................................. 10 UC 7 – Run Reports ....................................................................................................... 10 UC 8 – Enter Rental Application ................................................................................... 11 UC 9 – Check Tenant Information ................................................................................. 11 Proposal phase Class Diagram .......................................................................................... 12 Class Model Narrative & Explanations ......................................................................... 12 Unit Status Relationship ............................................................................................ 12 Apartment Contact Relationships .............................................................................. 12 Class Responsibility and Collaboration Cards (CRC) ....................................................... 13 Sequence Diagram 1 – Apartment Manager Enters a Rent Payment ................................ 15 Sequence Diagram 2 – Maintenance Worker Checking Unit Status ................................. 16 Scenario 1 – For Use Case Analyze Rental Application ................................................... 16 Scenario 2 – For Use Case Check Unit Status ................................................................... 17
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General Background The vast majority of medium and large apartment complexes do not use computer systems to manage individual apartment rentals and information relating to renting apartments. Currently apartment managers use antiquated means to track apartment rentals such as paper filing systems, 3 X 5 cards, and pen and paper ledger systems. These types of recording systems introduce significant risks to the apartment complex record system such as, misfiling, incorrect entries, and incorrect calculations. These mishaps can cost the apartment complex thousands of dollars in lost revenues and wasted time. The new apartment rental system will greatly simplify the record system used today by allowing managers to focus on managing the apartment complex rather than bookkeeping and record tracking. This system will allow apartment managers to accurately track and integrate data related to apartment rentals, occupancy rates, turnover rates, and walk in foot traffic. In addition, the system will integrate all components of the apartment rental process to include, deposit tracking, renter information, apartment unit information, and perspective renters. Integrating the data into one application will allow apartment managers to have all the data pertinent to the entire rental process at their finger tips, and using the integrated reporting tools apartment managers will be able to make informed decisions based on all the data rather than the individual components. The reporting component of the apartment management system is not in the scope of this design.
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Finally, the apartment management system will store data including information about the apartment complex, tenants, and prospective tenants. In addition, it will store information about the apartment rental units including, maintenance status and occupancy status. Requirements Specification The data storage method will be a suitable database that has the capability to create dynamic queries. Dynamic queries allow the user to create reports on the fly.
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