|Oracle9i Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing
Release 1 (9.0.1)
Part Number A88890-02
In this chapter we discuss each operation (such as "Selecting All Queue Tables in Database") in terms of a use case by that name. The use cases are listed in Table 10-1.
Figure 10-1 summarizes the use cases in a single drawing. If you are using the HTML version of this document, click on a use case title in Figure 10-1 to navigate to a particular use case.
Use cases are laid out as follows:
- Use case figure. We describe the administrative interface with respect to views in terms of a hybrid of use cases and state diagrams. That is, we describe each view as a use case in terms of the operations that represents it (such as "Selecting All Queue Tables in Database"). We describe each view as a state diagram in that each attribute of the view is represented as a possible state of the view, the implication being that any attribute (column) can be visible or invisible.
- Syntax. The syntax used to perform this activity.