Business Analyst B1.11

$100.00

Logon Capability Forgot Password Function

SKU: 479621 Category:

Description

Logon Capability Forgot Password Function

Course Syllabus

Course Type:                      Online Learning

Course Duration:               Self-Paced

Prerequisites:                      B1.10 Business Analyst

Qualification:                       No prior IT experience required

Requirements:                    Laptop, Earphones, WIFI.

 

Course Syllabus:

Applying :

B1.1 – Capabilities and Functions

B1.2 – Patterns, Stages

B1.3 – Topology Network, Hardware, Software and Capability Model

B1.4 – Flows within a function – Pre, Basic, Sub, Alternate, Exception, Post

B1.5 – Lists & Fragments (Activities) and Use Case Format

B1.6 – Wireframes, Sequence Flow Diagrams, Test Scripts (Cases)

                       

B1.11.1 High Level Processes (B1.1 Capabilities & Functions)

  • Banking Model
  • Target Operating Model
  • Extract High Level Process (High Level Customer Journey) from the Business Landscape
  • Refine High Level Process (High Level Customer Journey) into Capability
  • Refine Capability into Function (Customer Journey)

 

B1.11.2 Pattern and Stages (B1.2 Patterns & Stages)

  • Use Function from B1.11.1 and apply Pattern with Stages to Function
  • Pattern dictates Screen flow for the Function

 

B1.11.3 Mapping – Pre & Basic Flow – Data Entry Stage Only (B1.3 – Topology Network, Hardware, Software and Capability Model)

  • Obtain Topology Diagram, Layers, Environments
  • Topology Diagram Capability Model Mapping of the Capability and Function
  • Use Building Blocks – Three Activity Lists (ON, BU, XT)
  • Define Pre Flow – Navigation for Capability and Function from B1.11.2
  • Define Basic Flow – Data Entry Stage for Function from B1.11.2
    • Add the ON LIST ACTIVITIES
    • Add the BU LIST ACTIVITIES
    • Add the XT LIST ACTIVITIES
  • Obtain Database attributes from the DATABASE DOMAIN ARCHITECT
  • Obtain API attributes from the SOA Librarian
  • Map the Function with the Database Tables and API’s over the Capability Model and Topology Diagram

 

B1.11.4 Mapping – Basic Flow – Propose & Confirm Stage Only (B1.4 – Flows within a function – Pre, Basic, Sub, Alternate, Exception, Post )

  • Use Building Blocks – Three Activity Lists (ON, BU, XT)
  • Define Basic Flow – Propose & Confirm Stage for Function from B1.11.2
    • Add the ON LIST ACTIVITIES
    • Add the BU LIST ACTIVITIES
    • Add the XT LIST ACTIVITIES
  • Obtain Database attributes from the DATABASE DOMAIN ARCHITECT
  • Obtain API attributes from the SOA Librarian
  • Map the Function with the Database Tables and API’s over the Capability Model and Topology Diagram

 

B1.11.5 Mapping – Basic & Post Flow – Execute Stage Only (B1.4 – Flows within a function – Pre, Basic, Sub, Alternate, Exception, Post )

  • Use Building Blocks – Three Activity Lists (ON, BU, XT)
  • Define Basic Flow – Execute Stage for Function from B1.11.2
    • Add the ON LIST ACTIVITIES
    • Add the BU LIST ACTIVITIES
    • Add the XT LIST ACTIVITIES
  • Define Post Flow – Execute Stage – ON, BU,XT Lists with Activities for Function from B1.11.2
    • Add the ON LIST ACTIVITIES
    • Add the BU LIST ACTIVITIES
    • Add the XT LIST ACTIVITIES
  • Obtain Database attributes from the DATABASE DOMAIN ARCHITECT
  • Obtain API attributes from the SOA Librarian
  • Map the Function with the Database Tables and API’s over the Capability Model and Topology Diagram

 

B1.11.6 Function Use Case Specification – Pre & Basic & Post Flow (B1.5 – Lists & Fragments (Activities) and Use Case Format)

  • Use output from B1.11.3, B1.11.4, B1.11.5 as input to this process
  • Write Use Case Pre Flow – Navigation
  • Write Basic Flow – Data Entry Stage – ON, BU,XT Lists with Activities
  • Write Basic Flow – Propose & Confirm Stage – ON, BU,XT Lists with Activities
  • Write Basic Flow – Execute Stage – ON, BU,XT Lists with Activities
  • Write Post Flow – Execute Stage – ON, BU,XT Lists with Activities

 

B1.11.7 Function Use Case Specification – Sub Flow(s) (B1.5 – Lists & Fragments (Activities) and Use Case Format)

  • Use output from B1.11.3, B1.11.4, B1.11.5 as input to this process
  • Write Basic Flow – Data Entry Stage – ON, BU,XT Lists with Activities
  • Write Basic Flow – Propose & Confirm Stage – ON, BU,XT Lists with Activities
  • Obtain API attributes from the SOA Librarian
  • Map the Function with the Database Tables and API’s over the Capability Model and Topology Diagram

 

B1.11.8 Function Use Case Specification – Alternate Flow(s) (B1.5 – Lists & Fragments (Activities) and Use Case Format)

  • Use output from B1.11.3, B1.11.4, B1.11.5 as input to this process
  • Basic Flow – Data Entry Stage – ON, BU,XT Lists with Activities
  • Basic Flow – Propose & Confirm Stage – ON, BU,XT Lists with Activities
  • Obtain API attributes from the SOA Librarian
  • Map the Function with the Database Tables and API’s over the Capability Model and Topology Diagram

 

B1.11.9 Function Use Case Specification – Exception Flow(s) (B1.5 – Lists & Fragments (Activities) and Use Case Format)

  • Use output from B1.11.3, B1.11.4, B1.11.5 as input to this process
  • Basic Flow – Data Entry Stage – ON, BU,XT Lists with Activities
  • Basic Flow – Propose & Confirm Stage – ON, BU,XT Lists with Activities
  • Obtain API attributes from the SOA Librarian
  • Obtain Database attributes from the DATABASE DOMAIN ARCHITECT
  • Map the Function with the Database Tables and API’s over the Capability Model and Topology Diagram

 

B1.11.10 Wireframe Specification Pre, Basic and Post Flow screens (B1.6 – Wireframes, Sequence Flow Diagrams, Test Scripts (Cases))

  • Use output from B1.11.6, B1.11.7, B1.11.8, B1.11.9 as input to this process
  • Screen Layout (s) Tagged
  • Wireframe definition (s) using the ON, BU, XT lists from the Use Case
  • Style Guide update

 

B1.11.11 Sequence Flow Diagrams  – Pre, Basic and Post Flow (B1.6 – Wireframes, Sequence Flow Diagrams, Test Scripts (Cases))

  • Use output from B1.11.6 as input to this process
  • Detail Mapping of each Flow, each Stage within the Flow, each List within the Stage, with all the Activities covered as per the Use Case for the Pre, Basic and Post Flows

B1.11.12 Sequence Flow Diagrams  Sub Flow (s) (B1.6 – Wireframes, Sequence Flow Diagrams, Test Scripts (Cases))

  • Use output from B1.11.7 as input to this process
  • Detail Mapping of the Sub Flow (s), each Stage within the Flow, each List within the Stage, with all the Activities covered as per the Use Case for the Sub Flow (s)

 

B1.11.13 Sequence Flow Diagrams  Alternate Flow (s) (B1.6 – Wireframes, Sequence Flow Diagrams, Test Scripts (Cases))

  • Use output from B1.11.8 as input to this process
  • Detail Mapping of the Alternate Flow (s), each Stage within the Flow, each List within the Stage, with all the Activities covered as per the Use Case for the Alternate Flow (s)

 

B1.11.14 Sequence Flow Diagrams  Exception Flow (s) (B1.6 – Wireframes, Sequence Flow Diagrams, Test Scripts (Cases))

  • Use output from B1.11.9 as input to this process
  • Detail Mapping of the Exception Flow (s), each Stage within the Flow, each List within the Stage, with all the Activities covered as per the Use Case for the Exception Flow (s)

 

B1.11.15 Test Cases  – Test Scripts (B1.6 – Wireframes, Sequence Flow Diagrams, Test Scripts (Cases))

  • Detail Mapping of the Test scripts for each of the Pre, Basic, Post, Sub, Alternate & Exception Flow (s), with all the Activities covered as per the Sequence Flow Diagrams from 11.11 to B1.11.14 and all the rules as per the Wireframe (s) as specified in B1.11.10

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.