(Solution Download) 1 Create an activity diagram for the Report Project Progress


1. Create an activity diagram for the Report Project Progress use case. Refer to the use case specifications in Melissa Smith?s office for details and a prototype.
2. Create an activity diagram for the Add Client use case. Refer to the use case specifications in Melissa Smith?s office for details and a prototype that can be found in Todd Taylor?s office.
3. Create a sequence diagram for the main path of the Report Project Progress use case. Refer to the use case specifications in Melissa Smith?s office for details and a prototype.
4. Create a sequence diagram for the main path of the Add Client use case. Refer to the use case specifications in Melissa Smith?s office for details and a prototype that can be found in Todd Taylor?s office.
5. Create a statechart diagram for the Assignment class. Assignments are created for tasks, resources are selected, hours are updated, and assignments are finished.
6. Create a statechart diagram for the Task class. Tasks are created, but not started; planned; sometimes put on hold; currently being worked on; and are completed.

?I hope you still feel as if you?re learning new things about MRE every day. I understand you?ve been talking to some of the systems people: Melissa, Todd, Roger (and even Lewis our new intern) about using some different diagramming methods to understand us better. I hope you see us as a family, not just a collection of people, though. We all certainly feel as if we?ve ?inherited? some great wisdom from Jimmy Hyatt and Warren?s father. I?m all for using your new approach, if it helps us improve our project reporting. Of course, Snowden is eager to see your object-oriented work. Can you have something on his desk in a couple of weeks??

 







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