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Use Case - ATM Project Use-case Specification Withdraw Cash Date <19/Feb/07> ATM Use-Case Withdraw Cash 1 Brief Description This use case describes

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ATM Project Use-case Specification: Withdraw Cash Date: <19/Feb/07> ATM Use-Case: Withdraw Cash 1 Brief Description This use case describes how the Bank Customer uses the ATM to withdraw money his/her bank account. 2 Actors 2.1 Bank Customer 2.2 Bank 3 Preconditions There is an active network connection to the Bank. The ATM has cash available. 4 Basic Flow of Events 1. The use case begins when Bank Customer inserts their Bank Card. 2. Use Case: Validate User is performed. 3. The ATM displays the different alternatives that are available on this unit. [See Supporting Requirement SR-xxx for list of alternatives]. In this case the Bank Customer always selects “Withdraw Cash”. 4. The ATM prompts for an account. See Supporting Requirement SR-yyy for account types that shall be supported. 5. The Bank Customer selects an account. 6. The ATM prompts for an amount. 7. The Bank Customer enters an amount. 8. Card ID, PIN, amount and account is sent to Bank as a transaction. The Bank Consortium replies with a go/no go reply telling if the transaction is ok. 9.
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course ITC 303 taught by Professor Abdulatifaran during the Three '11 term at Charles Sturt University.

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Use Case - ATM Project Use-case Specification Withdraw Cash Date <19/Feb/07> ATM Use-Case Withdraw Cash 1 Brief Description This use case describes

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