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    Dec 2011

    Angry Uml analysis class diagram - associations

    **I have attached the UML Analysis class diagram** - Probably a lot of this wrong with it.

    This is for a walk-in booking system not an online reservation system.

    Normal Booking scenario:

    User/Member gives information to receptionist. Users can book up to a month in-advance.

    Receptionist searches user/member info. Receptionist must be logged in to search user/member or make a booking.

    if details are found the booking continues as normal, if not user details are added to the users file.

    Booking time/date/type is then checked for availability. If available then a booking is made.


    There are two types of staff account 'normal-user' (Receptionist) and 'admin' (Manager).

    Manager can reset staff account passwords and create new staff accounts.

    Manager can edit session details on the timetable (time, date, type) etc.


    Are my associations/generalisations correct thus far? Would I need to create another class for the swimming pool timetable.

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