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In the assignment, they mention Inventory System web service that predicts the demand for components upto 1 month using a WS API.

I am trying to figure out what would be the need for such a service in Dream Car where none of the use case really reference this system.
If Representative needs to manually enter the bids, I am trying to understand where this will fit in the over all design.
Someone please help me understand part.
 
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In my solution I used the inventory system for validating a request and when scheduling work for a bid.
Read the related use cases again, and again, and again, and another million times like I did and you will understand.
Think about what "inventory" and "predicting demand" really means especially when related to a request for parts...

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Totally agree with Ronald on the perspective, that is what I felt too...
 
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