19 what are the problems business analyst could face

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19. What are the problems Business Analyst could face during gathering Business Requirements? The availability of the people (e.g. managers, supervisors and the end users) the BA wants to talk with for gathering business requirements. These people have regular dailyworks to do and their time to spend in the gathering sometimes hard to schedule and for this reason gathering business requirements is delay. 20. What can a Business Analyst do differently than project or program manager (Design Architect) with respect to successfully getting the project implementation done? Business Analyst role is not entirely different than Project manager role but Project Manager is bigger role
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than business Analyst. Project manager is responsible for all the deliverables like - schedules/ timelines - resources management - risk management - Daily/weekly status report to project stack holders etc. where as business analyst sometimes report to project manager or may report to business manager. Business Analyst deals with business users to gather requirements prepare RD, FD and coordinate with development team for development and then do the testing involve with users in testing get the sign off and move component to live environment. I hope this clarify the roles of PM & BA. 21. Where would you document Functional and Non Functional Requirements (i.e. deliverable)? Functional Requirements are documented in the SRS document / Use Case Document. Non Functional requirements are listed in the SRS document. 22. How do you identify the basic flow? What would you do if someone was struggling to determine the basic flow for a use case? Basic flow for use case can be identified from Business Requirement Documents or Functional Requirement Documents as these use cases are prepared on the basis of these requirement. 23. What is the relationship between use case and test case? A use case is written from a "user" perspective describing the interaction of a piece of software between the user and the software. These are written in common language typically from the business or user point of view and in enough detail for the developer to create a piece of software. Typically written in a MS Word type tool. Use casescapture the functional requirements of the system. It describes the expected interaction the user will experience, in detail. The audience is the business, for signoff, and technology for development. A Test Case is written using the use cases for a source. It takes a use case to a deeper level so that software testers can exercise every possible scenario that could occur, negative and positive scenarios. One Use Case can turn into 10 test cases. 10 test cases make up a test script. Typically Test Cases will be written in a testing tool like Test Director, but also can be written in MS Word. The audience is QA testers.
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