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UML: Use Case diagram for Create Invoice 

Hello all
I've just joined Modern Analyst and would like to ask for some advice.
I want to draw a use case diagram for Create Invoice (this is an example I am working on for my own edification).
I have two use case ovals, Create Invoice (Header) and Create Invoice Line.
This may not be the best way to approach it but it seems to me to be a two-way extend relationship.
The user can create an invoice header and optionally create lines (or add lines later).
And the user can create invoice lines, sometimes having to create a header first where one does not exist.
In UML would this be best as Create Invoice without the detail or drawn as how?
I believe a two-way extend is not a recommended construct for use case diagrams.
Many thanks in advance for any thoughts.
David Jacobs, business analyst

 

 

 
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