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What is the importance of a flow chart???
Flow chart is graphical representation of the process which makes the system simple to understand for all the persons who belongs to the development of the project.
What is a use case model? Explain in brief ?
Use case diagram:
Use case diagrams describe the business environment. It is a series of events / flow of actions related to a process that are performed by an actor.
What is called an UML modeling?
UML means unified modeling language. It is the standard language for constructing, visualizing and documenting the components of a system.
What is the importance of an Activity diagram?
The main use of an activity diagram is to show the work flow of the business and to show the activities happening in the business system and actions completed. In a companies there may be different sections like medical, accounting, HR etc..and each department has different privileges to the system. I.e medical dept can access only medical related screens and HR dept to only HR screens etc..So this activity diagrams shows the activities of different departments with their relation. This will be useful to the developers while designing and coding.
How many types of diagrams and what you know about them ?
Use case diagram &
What is meant by alternate flow in use case ?
It is a flow that will come into picture when there is a failure in the system and expected results did not come.
What do you mean by exception flow in a use case?
It is basically any unexpected situations or unusual results in an application.
These exceptions are handles in different ways.
What do you mean by extends and includes in an use case?
Extend means when there is a specific action must take place. And include means the action may or may not take place.
What are different documents that relate to a use cases.?
There are 2 docs.
FRD (functional requirement document)
SDD (system design document) / TRS (Technical requirements specifications)
What is a Business Analyst Roles and responsibilities?
What is the difference between Business Analyst & System Analyst?
Can you tell me difference between Business Analyst and Business Analysis?
What are the common tools that are used by a business Analyst?
Ans: Rational tools, MS Visio, MS word, MS Excel, Power point, Quality center/test director MS Project, And there may be some tools which are project and client specific which you do not have to worry. etc..
What are the documents that a Business Analyst needs to deliver?
Ans: Well there are some important documents such as "functional specification documents, technical specification documents, Requirements traceability, BRD (business requirements document), Use case diagrams, Business flow, etc..
Can you tell me what a use case diagram?
Ans: First of all a use case diagram is a part of UML and it is a behavioral digram which is created from a use case analysis. The main reason or use of this use case diagram is it defines the functions of the module or system and the role of each actor associated to that function.
For Eg: "Order Management" is a main function, and the person who receives the order in the office is an actor.
How do you normally gather Requirements from end user?
When do a Business Analyst needs to contact developers?
What is BA role in project implementation/deployment?
(We will be answering all the above questions shortly. )
1) What are the prime roles and responsibilities of a Business Analyst?
2) What are the main deliverable of a Business Analyst?
3) How do you write requirements? or how to gather requirements from clinet?
4) How to prepare Functional specification documents ?
5) How to prepare technical specification documents?
6) difference between requirements, functional and technical specifications?
7) Importance of UML diagrams and usecase diagrams?
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