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Unsaved Itinerary

 
neelArchitect saha
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System shows a list of itineraries.I have seen in many posts unsaved itineraies need not to be saved .So can anybody throw light on that
 
Senthil Rajendran
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its basically a business decision which has to be made by the stake holders
in this case its not clearly specified, so you take the chance and handle it.

To make it more clear assume you have a shop giving credit to the customers or not is going to be your decision, in some shops they do and in shops they dont you can take your decision. As far as this is concerned you can act both the ways, but be sure to jusity enough why you are doing so
 
Harry Tan
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I'm confused with the term itinerary in 'prepare itinerary' usecase.

it says: 'System responds with a list of departure flights and returns flights'.

For me it is a correct description but one of my friend said, the statement is wrong. He said, its statement should be: 'System responds with a list of itineraries'.

For me an Itineraries is only specific to a user which consist of 'selected flight,customerinfo, selected seat, and price'.

As the customer enters the flight details, it makes sense for the system to return flights instead of itinerary.

What do you think?
 
Yong How, Lim
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Hi Guys,

It does not matter what we think, but it matters what you think instead.
You need to be clear on exactly what is happening, and if you are not clear, make assumptions and if necessary give suppporting reason on why you make that assumption.
Even for the terms like "itineraires", if you are not sure or confuse,
put down a assumption first of what you think it means, and its relationship to the other terms. You definitely need re-arrangement/tidy up these assumptions latter, having assumptions up front when you starts help alot.

Remember to read and re-read the Use-Cases, and also keep in mind that these Use-Cases are not stand-alone, they are part of the system of how the user will use it. Try to see the whole picture.

HTH.

Regards,
Yong How
SCEA, SCJD, SCJP
 
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