How to Extend an Extension
If you are planning to extend your house, there are a number of things you need to think about. You must consider how much space you need and how you want your extension to feel. If you do not consider these factors, you might end up with a space that does not feel as inviting as you would like it to be. In order to avoid this, you should first plan the ideal floor plan and work backwards from that.
First, create a new extension project in your file system. Make sure that your Identity Provider supports the SAML standard, and install the proper tools to work with the project. Once you’ve installed the tools you need, you can use the command line tools to develop the extension project. You can also use Integrated Development Environments (IDE) or a CDS editor to work with the extension CDS files.
To extend an extension, first identify the use case that you want to extend. Then, you can document the relationship between the two use cases. You can add a comment in the use case describing the extension. For example, if you have a use case for issuing bikes, you will want to extend the functionality in Maintain customer list. This functionality will be useful to the receptionist, who needs to add a new customer or update an existing customer.
In addition, if the extension is a contract extension, make sure the two parties have an understanding of what is happening. The extension should be clear, with clear objectives. It shouldn’t conflict with the original agreement, and it should have a fixed term or indefinite duration. It should also outline any other changes in the agreement. Both parties should take their time to review the original agreement and the extension. This will reduce the likelihood of misunderstandings.