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employee log off - Use Case LOG OFF *Use Case ID: {This...

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Unformatted text preview: Use Case LOG OFF *Use Case ID: {This should be coded to identify the owning team and the level of the use case} Use Case Level: {High-level, system-level end-to-end, functional sub-use case} *Details: Employee can log off the system by pressing the log off button on his home screen. • Actor: Employee (Store) Pre-conditions: 1. Employee has successfully loged onto the system. *Description: 1. Use case begins when an employee clicks on the log off button 2. Use case ends when employee is logged off and login page is displayed. *Alternative Courses of Action 1. In D.2, if the employee is currently working on an order, a pop up message will tell him to finish the order before he logs off. a. This alternative course will create a pop oup message. *Exceptions: 1. In case of a database error, the user will be taken to a “General error on the server occurred”. *Related Use Cases: *if we treat System queries as use cases, then getting the list of Pending Orders is a related use case....
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course COMPUTER ENC1230 taught by Professor Jailhwashi during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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