The Functional Sizing Standards Committee (FSSC) announces the release of an updated iTip 03 for FPA. iTips explain the application of IFPUG FPA method in a particular situation.
This iTip focuses on describing the IFPUG FPA method as it applies to counting basic logon functionality in a typical application through a set of short examples. The updated version includes an additional example (Example 4) which illustrates Logon functionality utilizing an independently maintained role-based permissions (access rights) for the user.
IFPUG iTips provide guidance on important topics to the Function Point Analysis (FPA) community and explain the application of IFPUG FPA method in a particular situation. iTips are not rules, but interpretation of the rules, and provide guidance using a realistic example to explain the topic being covered.
You can access to this updated iTip 03 here.