Use Case 03: Manage Portal

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Use Case EIE03: Manage Portal

for

Earth Information Exchange


Version 1.0 draft

Prepared by John Kozimor

NGDC

Nov. 11, 2006

Revision History


Name

Date

Reason For Changes

Version

John Kozimor

11/18/2006

Initial Draft

1.0


Contents

1.Use Case Identification

1.1.Use Case Number

EIE03

1.2.Use Case Name

Manage Portal

2.Use Case Definition

This use case describes the actors and functions involved with managing the EIE community within GOS.

2.1.Actors

  • 1.ESRI Operator
  • 2.GOS Administrator
  • 3.EIE Administrator

2.2.Preconditions

  • 1.ESRI Operator must have access to all system components.
  • 2.ESRI Operator must have the experience and skills required to administer portal system.
  • 3.GOS Administrator must have thorough knowledge of GOS operations/procedures, and the access privileges required to manage GOS users and QC GOS content.
  • 4.EIE Administrator must have thorough knowledge of community operations/procedures, and the access privileges required to manage and support community users.

2.3.Post Conditions

  • 1.The GOS portal functions properly
  • 2.Portal users are managed efficiently
  • 3.EIE community is well supported

2.4.Normal Flow

  • 1.EIE Administrator works with GOS Administrator to set up user accounts for EIE Community Members.
  • 2.EIE Administrator grants community member access privileges as readers, authors, or managers.
  • 3.EIE Administrator provides direct support to community members and provides a conduit to the GOS Administrator.
  • 4.The GOS Administrator supports the ESIP Administrator and provides a conduit to the ESRI Operator
  • 5.The ESRI Operator administers GOS and works directly with GOS Administrator.

2.5.Alternative Flows

2.6.Exceptions

2.7.Extension Points

  • 1. EIE Community Collaboration Tools
  • 2. Manage Working Group (Stewards)
  • 3. Manage Providers

2.8.Priority

High

2.9.Frequency of Use

Ongoing Process

2.10.Business Rules

2.11.Special Requirements

2.12.Assumptions

The Manage Portal Use Case is written from the perspective of EIE management responsibilities.

2.13.Notes

2.14.Issues

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