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Sounds very familiar, dear!
> Here it is exactly that...no one seems to know what is going on.
> we end up writing our docs after the SQA team has finished testing. We
> about 2 weeks to write up all the documnetation..so I know how it feels to
> be treated that way.
> In your case, no on knows what is going either because the client probably
> hasnt given his requirements so you guys are the ones making the big
> Enjoy while it lasts!!