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Usage Scenario 7: A Customer Completes a Purchase
The customer indicates that he or she is ready to check out and purchase the products in the Shopping Cart basket. If the customer is not currently logged on, the customer is required to enter a valid user name and password as described in Usage Scenario 1. The application then displays the list of shipping addresses associated with the current user. The customer can choose one of these addresses, edit an address, or add a new address. The customer can also specify that different products in the shopping basket be shipped to different addresses.
Reference Architecture for Commerce
If the customer specifies a single shipping address, the application prompts the customer to select a shipping method from the list of available shipping methods. If the customer specifies that multiple addresses be used, the application prompts the customer to select an address and shipping method for each product in the shopping basket. If the customer chooses to add or edit an address, the application redirects the customer to one of the shipping information pages described in Usage Scenario 8. After the customer provides the shipping address and shipping method information, the application prompts the customer to confirm the billing address and provide the credit card type, account holder name, account number, expiration month, and expiration year. If the customer does not specify a billing address, the application displays a page that allows the customer to specify a billing address as described in Usage Scenario 8. Figure 4.7 is a use case diagram that illustrates the checkout functionality:
ConsolidatedRetail.com <<include>> {if anonymous} Checkout <<include>> Login
Edit Shipping Address
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Edit Billing Address
Add New Billing Address
A Customer Checks Out
Next, the application displays a page with a summary of the order, shipping, and payment information. The customer can confirm the order or modify the information. If the customer chooses to modify the order, the customer is returned to the Shopping Cart basket page as described in Usage Scenario 4. If the customer confirms the order, a message thanking the user and a unique order number are displayed. Finally, the application sends out an order confirmation e-mail message to the user that confirms the purchase.
4: Conceptual Design Phase
Usage Scenario 8: A Customer Provides Shipping and Payment Information
If a customer browses the site anonymously, he or she must enter a user name and password as described in Usage Scenario 1. The My Account page contains links to pages that allow a customer to change account information, change shipping address information, change billing address information, change the password, and view order history. If a customer chooses to change his or her account information, the application displays a page that allows the customer to edit the first name, last name, e-mail address, phone number, and fax number for the account. If a customer chooses to edit address information, the application displays a page that lists each address associated with the account. A customer can add a new address or edit or delete an existing one. If a customer chooses to add a new address, the application displays a page that prompts the customer to supply a name for this address entry, a recipient name, two lines of street address information, a city, a state, a zip code, and a phone number. If a customer leaves the Listed As, Recipient Name, Address Line 1, City, State, or Zip Code field blank, the application prompts the customer to fill in the missing data. If the customer chooses to edit an address, the application displays the address fields and the customer can modify them. If the customer chooses to delete an address, the application deletes the address record from the account. If a customer chooses to change his or her billing address, the application displays a page that prompts the customer to supply a name for a particular address entry, a recipient name, two lines of street address information, a city, a state, a zip code, and a phone number. If the Recipient Name, Address Line 1, City, State, Zip, or Listed As field is left blank, the application prompts the customer to enter the missing data. If a customer chooses to view his or her order history, the application displays a page that shows the details of orders that the customer placed previously. If a customer chooses to change his or her password, the application displays a page that prompts the customer to enter the old password, the new password, and confirmation of the new password. When the customer submits this data, the application checks that the old password matches the password in the account and the new password matches the confirmation. If they all match, the system changes the password associated with the customer. If they don t match, an error message appears, and the application prompts the customer to change the password again. Figure 4.8 on the next page is a use case diagram that illustrates this scenario.
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