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BANKING SYSTEM Software Requirements Document CEN5011 - Advanced Software Engineering Fall Term - 2004.

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1 BANKING SYSTEM Software Requirements Document CEN Advanced Software Engineering Fall Term

2 TEAM MEMBERS Jing Zhang Wei Peng Erliang Zeng Ramakrishna Varadarajan Xiaosi Zhou Fernando Farfán

3 BANKING SYSTEM Bank with services in South Florida. +200K Clients Next 5 years: –Statewide coverage. –More clients and transactions. –Easy to learn, easy to use. –Integration with peers.

4 OBJECTIVES Robust and flexible system => high-volume operations. Expand the branch office number => cost- effective computer network. Versatile system for client management and savings accounts transactions. Flexible infrastructure, interconnection with other systems and peers. Open systems to OLAP solutions.

5 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS Bank Officers: Maintenance to client records. Open and update clients accounts. Bank Tellers: Register monetary transactions.

6 NONFUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS User-friendly, easy to learn and use. Application and network security will be priorities. Highly infallible, fault traceable and transaction- based. The system has to respond within 5 seconds after any taken action.

7 USE CASE DIAGRAMS

8 SCENARIO: Opening an Account Scenario name: Opening an Account Participating Actors: John: Bank Officer. Flow of Events: 1.John has all the necessary information of a customer to open an account. 2.John then enters all the customer information like the SSN, first, middle and last names, address and telephone number in the system. 3.The system then opens a new account and assigns a unique account number for the account for future references.

9 USE CASE: Open Account Use case nameOpenAccount Participating actorsInitiated by BankOfficer Entry condition The customer has given all the necessary information to the BankOfficer for opening an account and the required initial deposit. The BankOfficer must have logged into the system. Flow of events1.The BankOfficer activates the open account function. 2.The system presents an open account form. 3.The BankOfficer enters all the details like SSN, first, middle and last names, address and telephone number, and submits the form to the system. 4.The system responds by either an error message stating the error or a new unique account number with all the account details confirming success. 5.The BankOfficer activates the print option, if he is requested to print the account details for the customer. 6.The system responds by printing out the details. Exit conditionThe customer has a new account opened in the Bank along with a printout of the account details, or the account is not opened due to some error. Quality RequirementsThe Banking System responds with the form within 3 seconds. The Banking System responds with the acknowledgement or error within 5 seconds.

10 SEQUENCE DIAGRAM: Open Account

11 SCENARIO: Update Account Scenario name: Update an Account Participating Actors: John: Bank Officer. Flow of Events: 1.A customer enters the bank and wants to make some changes in her personal information. 2.John gives the customer an information changing form containing account number, address, date of birth, telephone number, and address, etc. 3.The customer fills out the form and hands it to John. 4.John makes those changes in the customers account and tells her whether it is done.

12 USE CASE: Update Account Use case nameUpdateAccount Participating actorsInitiated by BankOfficer Entry conditionThe BankOfficer has logged into the Banking System The BankOfficer has all the information to update the account Flow of events1.The Bank Officer selects the UpdateAccount function. 2.The Banking System feeds back a form to the Bank Officer. 3.The Bank Officer fills out the form by entering the account number, address, date of birth, telephone number, and address. Once the form is completed, the Bank Officer submits the form. 4.The Banking System receives the form and updates the customers account information in database and responds the updated results to the Bank Officer with acknowledgement or error. 5.The Bank Officer gets the result information and confirms it. Exit condition The Banking System updated the information in database successfully and responds with acknowledgement or error. Quality Requirements The Banking System responds with the form within 3 seconds. The Banking System responds with the acknowledgement or error within 5 seconds.

13 SEQUENCE DIAGRAM: Update Account

14 SCENARIO: Close Account Scenario name: Close an Account Participating Actors: John: Bank Officer. Flow of Events: John has all the necessary information of a customer to close an account. John enters customers account number into the system. John returns the balance to customer if customer has any in his account. John confirms the account closing. Customer leaves the bank with an acknowledgement for closing the account.

15 USE CASE: Close Account Use case nameCloseAccount Participating actorsInitiated by BankOfficer Entry condition The customer has given all the necessary information to the BankOfficer for closing the account. The BankOfficer must have logged into the system Flow of events1. The BankOfficer selects the close account function. 2. The system presents a close account form. 3. The BankOfficer enters the customers account number into the system. 4. The system displays the balance of the account and asks for confirmation. 5. The BankOfficer confirms the operation and gives the balance to the customer. 6.The system closes the account successfully and displays an acknowledgement for closing the account. Exit conditionThe customer has either his account closed or not closed for some error. Quality RequirementsThe Banking System responds with the form within 3 seconds. The Banking System responds with the acknowledgement or error within 5 seconds.

16 SEQUENCE DIAGRAM: Close Account

17 SCENARIO: Cash Deposit Scenario name: Cash Deposit Participating Actors: Brenda: BankTeller. Flow of Events: 1.Brenda requests the deposit ballot and the money to be deposited. 2.Brenda verifies all the information in the ballot, and verifies against the cash received. 3.Brenda records the transaction in the system, typing the account number and the cash amount. 4.Brenda prints the acknowledgement on the ballot. 5.Brenda puts the cash in the drawer. 6.Brenda keeps the original ballot for her file and gives the copy of the ballot to the customer.

18 SCENARIO: Check Deposit Scenario name: Check Deposit Participating Actors: Andrea: BankOfficer. Flow of Events: 1.Andrea requests the deposit ballot and the check to be deposited. 2.Andrea verifies all the information in the ballot, and verifies the check received. 3.Andrea records the transaction in the system, typing the account number and the check amount. 4.Andrea prints the acknowledgement on the ballot. 5.Andrea puts the check in the drawer. 6.Andrea keeps the original ballot for her file and gives the copy of the ballot to the customer.

19 SCENARIO: Cash and Check Deposit Scenario name: Cash and Check Deposit Participating Actors: Lucy: BankOfficer. Flow of Events: 1.Lucy requests the deposit ballot and the check to be deposited. 2.Lucy verifies all the information in the ballot, and verifies the check received. 3.Lucy records the transaction in the system, typing the account number, the cash amount and the check amount. 4.Lucy prints the acknowledgement on the ballot. 5.Lucy puts the check in the drawer. 6.Lucy keeps the original ballot for her file and gives the copy of the ballot to the customer.

20 USE CASE: Deposit Use case nameDeposit Participating actorsInitiated by Bank Employee Entry condition The Bank Employee has logged into the system. The Bank Employee has received the deposit ballot and money from the customer. Flow of events1. The Bank Employee selects the deposit option in the system. 2. The system presents the Deposit screen. 3. The Bank Employee checks the ballot against the check or cash given, and then inputs the information on the screen. 4. The system processes the operation, and certifies the ballot. 5. The Bank Teller gives the certified ballot copy to the customer. Exit condition The Bank Teller has received an acknowledgement of the operation and the customer has gotten his copy of the ballot, OR The BankTeller has received an error message and the deposit has not been processed. Quality Requirements The Banking System responds with the form within 3 seconds. The Banking System responds with the acknowledgement within 5 seconds.

21 SEQUENCE DIAGRAM: Deposit

22 SCENARIO: Withdraw Scenario name: Withdraw Participating Actors: John: BankOfficer. Flow of Events: 1.A custom enters the bank and wants to withdrawn some money from account. 2.She meets John and tells him that she needs to withdrawn some amount from her account. 3.John asks for her account number and identifications. 4.The custom gives her account number and identifications. 5.The custom specifies the amount she wants to withdraw to John. 6.John checks if she has sufficient balance to withdraw the amount. 7.If she has sufficient balance John

23 USE CASE: Withdraw Use case name Withdraw Participating actors Initiated by BankEmployee Entry condition The BankEmployee has logged into the bank system The BankEmployee has the customers account number to trace his information. Flow of events 1. The BankEmployee activates the Withdraw function. 2. The Banking System responds with a withdrawing form. 3. The BankEmployee fills out the form with the customers account number and withdrawal amount, and then submits the form. 4. The Banking System responds with displaying the customers withdrawal receipt. 5. If the Banking System responds with displaying the customers withdrawal receipt, the BankEmployee activates print function to print the customers withdrawal receipt. Exit condition The BankEmployee gives the amount to the customer. or the BankEmployee has received an error message and the withdraw has not been processed. Quality Requirements The Banking System responds with the form within 3 seconds. The Banking System responds with the acknowledgement or error within 5 seconds.

24 SEQUENCE DIAGRAM: Withdraw

25 SCENARIO: CheckBalance Scenario name: CheckBalance Participating Actors: John: BankEmployee. Flow of Events: 1.A custom enters the bank and meets john. She asks John to check her account balance. 2.John asks for the customers account number 3.The customer gives John her account number. 4.John enters the customers account number into the banking system, checks her account balance and prints it. 5.The customer gets her balance information and leaves the bank.

26 USE CASE: CheckBalance Use case nameCheckBalance Participating actorsInitiated by BankEmployee Entry condition BankEmployee has logged into the bank system BankEmployee has customers account number to trace his information. Flow of events1. The BankEmployee activates the balance function of the bank system. 2. The Bank system responds with a check balance form. 3. The BankEmployee fills out the form with the customers account number and submits it. 4. The Bank system responds with displaying the customers balance information. 5. The BankEmployee activates print function to print the customers balance. Exit conditionThe BankEmployee prints the customers balance report. The BankEmployee has received an error message and the checkBalance has not been processed Quality Requirements The system responds with the form within 3 seconds. The system responds with the acknowledgement or error within 5 seconds.

27 SEQUENCE DIAGRAM: Check Balance

28 CLASS DIAGRAM


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