The issue managers (experienced and inexperienced) must be able to create a yaktrack repository and verify that it is in place. Once the repository is created, it should give the user some feedback as to capabilities, etc.
The user (from the command line) invokes a new repository by the command yaktrack create-repository. The system checks for the existence of a repository in that directory, then creates the appropriate directory structure and copies any default files to the new repository. It then gives feedback on the state of the repository and its capabilities.
|Write access in the current directory and the ability to create subdirectories|
|No repository exists in the current directory|
|A correctly-installed basic repository|
|Feedback to the user|
Must be done once per repository
Table 4-5. Normal Course of Action
|Actor Actions||System Actions|
|Enters target directory and types yaktrack create-repository||Checks for write access|
|if appropriate, creates yaktrack-repository subdirectory and subtree|
|copies appropriate default files to that directory|
|puts directory and all contents under configuration management|
|prepares feedback; presents feedback.|
CREATE-REPOSITORY.FR1. The system should be able to check in the current directory for the existence of a yaktrack-repository directory.
CREATE-REPOSITORY.FR2. The system should be able to create the yaktrack-repository directory and, beneath it, the yaktrack-options, templates, and awaiting-review subdirectories.
CREATE-REPOSITORY.FR3. The system should be able to find a default repository and copy its contents into the new repository
CREATE-REPOSITORY.FR4. The system should be able to check for write access to the current (or any) directory
CREATE-REPOSITORY.FR5. The system should gather data on the new repository and report it. Data should include the full path name of the root repository directory, and a recursive directory listing of the repository's contents
CREATE-REPOSITORY.FR6. The system should identify the configuration management system in use in the current directory. It should display this information in the feedback
CREATE-REPOSITORY.FR7. The system should place the contents of the new repository under the same configuration management used in the root directory. It should display success in the feedback
CREATE-REPOSITORY.FR8. The create-repository tool should gather feedback information in a last-feedback feature for display to the user, and display this information after the completion of the command