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Custom Use Case IDs

Is it possible to a custom prefix for use case IDs?

Derrick Bell

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You can customize the default ID prefix for new use cases when you create a new project or new package. You can use Tools / Renumber to add or change existing ID prefixes. You cannot, however, remove the UC part of the ID.

Jeff Marver 1 vote
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Derrick,

In my experience with CaseComplete, The first part of the ID for use cases, requirements, actors, and dictionary entries is always UC, REQ, A, and DEF. You can customize the second part of the ID. So, you can have a use case ID such as UC-PAY-1 for a payment use case or REQ-TRN-1 for a training requirement.

Scott S 0 votes