UML Course Project- Exercise Result
The following components will be the basis and targets for our modeling exercises throughout the course:
- Who will use this application?
People: shipping clerks, receiving clerks, stock clerks, order processing department, accounts payable department
- What resources will the users require? In other words, what objects and information do the workers/users manipulate and manage? Resources: shipments, orders, products, warehouse locations, purchase orders, returns
- What functionality will the application need to provide? In other words, what tasks would the workers tell you they perform?
Functionality: fill order, ship order, receive shipment, stock product, locate product
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