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A Use Case technique appears deceptively simple to apply. A Use Case diagram is easy to create and easy to read. Use Case documents are written in natural language, and a good Use Case template ensures key aspects of the functional requirements are not missed. For assistance creating a Use Case document, employ the Info-Tech Advisor “Use Case Template.”
Six Common Pitfalls
There are common pitfalls that must be avoided to ensure the benefits of the Use Case approach are realized. For more on Use Case benefits, refer to the Info-Tech Advisor research note, “Use Cases: The Primer.”