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whats your recommended approach on documenting business rules within use case specifications?

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whats your recommended approach on documenting business rules within use case specifications?
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here's a definition..........sure you know.

Maybe the contents offer ideas.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Use_case
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Document them separately, with cross references between the use case and the business rules matrix. Business rules in a use case will make the use case difficult to read, and the essence of the flow will be lost.
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