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For me the most important aspect of use cases is that they tell the
developers a little about how the system will actually be used. From a
business requirements document it is often difficult the get the "bigger
picture", use cases can be of great help here.
> One of our Product Managers keeps using the phrase "use-case based
> documentation" as in, that's something she wants the doc team to provide.
> I suspect what she means is task based documentation, but she insists
> that's not what she means.
> However, she has so far failed to provide me with an example of what she
> Anyone out there ever provided use-case based documentation? Got any good
> blogs posts, articles, presentations, or examples so I could get a better
> idea of what exactly she's asking for?
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