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2011 Edition, September 1, 2011

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Unified Ordering Model (UOM) Volume II - Analysis For Access Service Ordering Guidelines (ASOG)

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UOM-ASR Volume II describes the detailed analysis of the informational and behavioral model within a Unified Ordering Model. In addition, it defines at a more detailed level of the business requirements and systems requirements needed to conduct ordering activities efficiently over an electronic interface. This includes a blending of the pre-ordering, service request and postconfirmation activities.

Specifically, UOM-ASR Volume II-Analysis describes access service ordering as defined in UOM-ASR Volume I and the Access Service Ordering Guidelines (ASOG). Both of these sets of business requirements are developed and maintained within the Ordering and Billing Forum (OBF) under the auspices of the Ordering Solutions Committee/Access Service Ordering Subcommittee. Additionally, the Ordering Solutions Committee/Access Service Ordering Subcommittee maintains several other requirement documents that have provided additional information into the development of UOM-ASR Volume II Analysis.

UOM-ASR Volume II Analysis will contain both the Informational and Behavioral Models that provides the reader a broad understanding of Service Ordering. Specifically, each model provides a dimension to the overall process:

• Informational Model describes the data relationships.

• Behavioral Model describes the data as it acts with stimuli/events over time.

Both the Informational and Behavioral Models are described using the Unified Modeling Language (UML). The UML provides the notation used within UOM-ASR Volume II. Because of the level of complexities inherent in such an electronic ordering model, unified modeling language tools (RationalRose™ and MyEclipse™) have been used to develop this volume1.

Note: A new UML tool has been chosen for updating class diagrams, starting with ASOG35. With the previous UML tool, ‘one and only one' associations displayed a ‘1' on the association line connecting classes. With this new tool, the ‘1' is omitted. Any changed class diagrams (moving forward) will no longer display the ‘1'. The absence of a multiplicity indicator on these association lines should be interpreted as ‘one and only one' multiplicity.