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Added by Ted Husted, last edited by Ted Husted on Dec 06, 2007  (view change)
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Brief

The MailReader application will manage several objects using standard Create / Read / Update / Delete operations.

Narrative

Marvin creates a new message to store in the database. He also creates and updates a message, and creates and deletes a message. Marvin also tries storing a message that is linked to another message, to see if automatic cascading works as it should.

To prove to Ford that all these features work, Marvin creates a JUnit test that exercises the CRUD operations automatically.

Goal

Goal Create, retrieve, update, and delete entity objects.
Level Subfunction (User Goal, Summary, Subfunction)
Trigger System needs to invoke a CRUD operation.
Primary Actor System

Main Success Scenario (MSS)

Step Action
1 System creates and persists new Message instance
2 Database stores Message entity
3 System reads and changes Message entity by reference to its ID
4 Database stores updated Message entity
5 System creates and persistence a new Message instance containing a new "next" Message instance
6 Database stores both Message entities
7 System reads and removes Message entity by reference to is ID
8 Database deletes Message entity

Extensions

Step Branching Action
   
1a Database object not available
.1 System logs and presents error condition
   
3a, 7a Entity for ID doesn't exist
.1 Manager returns null to indicate entity is not found
   

Preconditions and Guarantees

Preconditions Database service is running at startup

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