This use case describes the process of viewing the groups the actor is associated with. These are groups the actor is a member of, or those they are the group manager of, and those which they have created. The actor can also retrieve a member list from those groups.
The list of groups the actor is in has been displayed to the actor.
Requirements and rules realized
RQ5 Private groups are hidden from players
The system shall prevent players from viewing the group name and members of private groups they are not a member of.
- BR2 Members of private groups
A member of a private group can see who the other members of that group are.
- BR3 Public groups visible to all players
The group name and members of public groups can be viewed by all players
RQ6 Founders able to view all groups and members
The founder, and any co-founders, of a group namespace shall be able to view all groups and group members associated to that namespace.
RQ7 Group managers can view the list of members
The system shall enable group managers to view the list of members in any group they manage.
RQ32 Display groups and roles
The system shall display the groups a player is in, the roles which have been assigned to them, and the groups the actor has created.
- BR39 Separate roles from membership
The system shall display the roles a player has separately from the groups they are a member of.
- BR12 Sort results in ascending alphabetical order
The system shall sort the result set into ascending alphabetical order using namespace, then group name.
Flow of events
The flow of events describes the main actor actions and system responses in the execution of the use case.
|Condition:||Player not in any groups|
|Message Number:||Msg 3|
|Message Text:||No groups found: you are not a member of any groups.|