Indicate a uses relationship between two use cases

  1. In a use case diagram, drag a Uses relationship shape onto the drawing page.

  2. Glue the Uses endpoint without an arrowhead to a connection point Connection point image - blue X on the Use Case shape that uses the behavior of the other use case.

  3. Glue the Uses endpoint with an arrowhead to a connection point on the use case being used.

  4. Double-click the Uses shape to open the UML Generalization Properties dialog box. Add property values, and then click OK.

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