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Since this is a project-tracking system, there s no surprise that the application must work with projects. Here are some use cases describing the users expectations.
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A project manager can add projects to the system. Project data must include key information, including the project s name, description, start date, and end date. A project can have a unique project number, but this isn t required, and the project manager shouldn t have to deal with it. The project s name is the field by which projects are identified by users, so every project must have a name. The start and end dates are optional. Many projects are added to the system so that a list of them can be kept, even though they haven t started yet. Once a project has been started, it should have a start date but no end date. When the project is complete, the project manager can enter an end date. These dates will be used to report on the average lengths of the projects, so obviously the end date can t be earlier than the start date. Every project also has a list of the resources assigned to it (see the Assigning a Resource section later in this chapter).
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Project managers can edit any existing projects. Managers choose from a list of projects and can then edit that project. They need the ability to change the project s start and end dates, as well as its description. They also need to be able to change the resources assigned to the project (see the Assigning a Resource section later in this chapter).
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Project managers or administrators must be able to remove projects. There is no need to keep historical data about deleted projects, so such data should be removed completely from the system. Users should just choose from a list of projects and confirm their choice, and the project should be removed.
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At this point, the system not only tracks projects, but also tracks the resources assigned to each project. For the purposes of this simple example, the only project resources tracked are the people assigned to the projects. With further questioning of the users, a set of use cases revolving around the resources can be developed, without reference (yet) to the projects in which they may be involved.
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Adding a Resource
We don t want to replicate the Human Resources (HR) database, but we can t make use of the HR database because the HR staff won t give us access. We just want to be able to keep track of the people we can assign to our projects. All we care about is the person s name and employee ID. Obviously, each person must have an employee ID and a valid name.
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Project managers or supervisors can add resources. It would be nice to be able to assign a person to a project at the same time as the person is being added to the application (see the Assigning a Resource section later in this chapter).
Editing a Resource
Sometimes, a name is entered incorrectly and needs to be fixed, so project managers and supervisors need to be able to change the name.
Removing a Resource
When an employee is let go or moves to another division, we want to be able to remove him from the system. Project managers, supervisors, and administrators should be able to do this. Once they re gone, we don t need any historical information, so they should be totally removed.
Assigning a Resource
As we were talking to the users to gather information about the previous use cases, the users walked through the requirements for assigning resources to projects. Since this process is common across several other processes, we can centralize it into a use case that s referenced from the others. The project managers and supervisors need to be able to assign a resource to a project. When we do this, we need to indicate the role that the resource is playing in the project. We have a list of the roles, but we might need to change the list in the future. We also want to know when the resource was assigned to the project. Sometimes, a resource will switch from one role to another, so we need to be able to change the role at any time. Equally, a resource can be assigned to several projects at one time. (We often have people working part-time on several projects at once.) Last, we need to be able to remove an assignment. This happens when an employee is let go or moves to another division (see the Removing a Resource section earlier in this chapter); people also often move around from project to project. There s no need to keep track of who used to be on a project, because we only use this system for tracking current projects and the resources assigned to them right now.
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