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I've recently passed my 1Z0-807 exam, and starting on the 1Z0-865 assignment (gemstone).
After reading the assignment several times I'm quite in doubt about the intended functionality the system is supposed to provide.
So I would want to clarify this with the customer, but since they don't exist I hope it's ok for me to ask some questions about this here

1) Are the open market systems just for requesting stone pricing, or are they there to send the order to after approving an order?
2) Should the agent be able to enter the price when creating an order? The use cases don't mention it
3) The domain model contains supplier/buyer payment, but the use cases don't mention payment at all. What should I do with them?

I think I'll have more questions depending on the answers to these, but at least it should give me a clue what this system is supposed to do.
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