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    Default help needed with.... abstraction / system requirement specification

    Hi guys ,

    I'm new with java , any one can help me to understand what is abstraction / system requirement specification or system functionality , I want to build or create an " on line course registration system " I mean the system's goal for the registrar to register new student , inter new course delete Student/ course and so on ! it will be great with UML also ...thnx guys .


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    Default Re: help needed with.... abstraction / system requirement specification

    ?
    Are you asking someone to do your design for you?
    Please do not ask for code as refusal often offends.

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    Default Re: help needed with.... abstraction / system requirement specification

    No I need to understand the general idea of Abstraction / and functionality of " on line course registration system" or system requirement specification for it ! because I want to build or do a UML for a on line course registration system ....

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    Default Re: help needed with.... abstraction / system requirement specification

    That still sounds like you want a design (you asked for UML, at least that's how it reads to me).

    What have you done and where are you stuck?

    What, exactly, is the problem you are having?
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    Question Re: help needed with.... abstraction / system requirement specification

    Ok my friend , I'm new to Java and some one asked me to design an "on line course registration system for student " first he said do for me the abstraction / system functionality ( system requirement specifications) , so I did couple of UML for him he said no this is wrong , I want like how the system works , like register new student and compare if he already exist in the system ,,, and ability to register new course and delete the old courses and so on ....... can you help me please ,,,, .





    Quote Originally Posted by Tolls View Post
    That still sounds like you want a design (you asked for UML, at least that's how it reads to me).

    What have you done and where are you stuck?

    What, exactly, is the problem you are having?

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    Default Re: help needed with.... abstraction / system requirement specification

    Well do that then.
    Write up the expected functionality in UML.
    Start by listing all the different interactions users will want to do.
    You might even split users into various roles, but I expect that's overkill at this point.

    Then draw them up as Use Case diagrams.
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    Default Re: help needed with.... abstraction / system requirement specification

    I'll try thanks any way my friend .

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