Unit Modeling Language

Unit Modeling Language Name: Course: Instructor: Unit Modeling Language 1. CRC (Class Responsibility Collaboration) cards CLASS TITLEAdding new contactSUBCLASSES : ?Search Directories Contact Manager ToolsRESPONSIBILITIES :?Preconditions- addition of new contacts in the directory Post Conditions-preparation of directory with new information for the searches Basic/normal flow Management is to indicate its need to add new contacts of registered and non-registered clients. Development of new Groove Contact inside the contact Manager Tools (Argent, & British Agencies for Adoption & Fostering, 2002). Subsequently identify the “Add contact” found in the Launch bar then click at it. Identification of contact names, either registered or non-registered, for addition.

Identification of directory in search by organisation found in the “drop-down menu”. The organization will then click at the “Find options”. Groove will then continue with the specific search for the name entered in the preferred directory. Selection of the contacts from the searches. click at the Properties option in order to know much about the contacts (Fredricks, & Orenstein,2007). Click at the “OK” option to add the contact to the contact list. Alternate flow The “Properties” option will present the organization with ability to authenticate the contacts identity. This is an alternate means of adding the contacts into a contact list through the provided steps Identification of contact for authentication Ensure that an identified contact belongs to a groove contact Selection of “authenticate contact” The organization will authenticate the contact.

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COLLABORATIONS :?Triggers-associated with clients linked to the organizational operations. 2. CLASS TITLESearching for a contactSubclasses?Directories searches ClientsResponsibilitiesPreconditions: Identification of the contact needed to be searched. Post condition: Establishment of directories that may contain the contacts Basic flow Identify contacts to search Identify the directory that it would like to search the contact Evaluate availed contacts through the alphabetical order Confirmation of the availed contacts Get more information about the acquired number. Alternate flow The entity could partner directly with the clients in searching the contacts, especially for the unregistered clients ((Bond, & British Association for Adoption & Fostering, 2007). Determining if client is registered. cooperation with the client to gain access to their contacts Record the availed contacts from the client Confirmation from client about accuracy of the contacts CollaborationsTriggers Organizational need to increase efficiencies in contact searches. 3.

CLASS TITLEImporting a contactSUBCLASSES Database system ` Web Clients RESPONSIBILITIES Precondition Establish Clients from whom the organization needs contact Establish the custom CSV file for use in contact importation (Bond, & British Association for Adoption & Fostering, 2007). Post condition Organization will issue email address to clients Consult client about the intended import COLLABORATIONS Triggers The organization indicates that it would like to import contacts from another client 4. CLASS TITLEManaging contact SUBCLASSES Gmail WebRESPONSIBILITIES Pre-condition Gmail was identified by the organization as the means for managing the contacts (Carlaw, 2002). Post conditions organization will determine contacts which need editing The company will determine the contact that it would like to add to its contact list.COLLABORATIONS There was dire need by the organisation to find appropriate means to manage the various groupings of contacts Increase in the number of contacts availed to the organisation Clients changed their contacts severally Class Diagram: Sequence diagram: Reference Argent, H.

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