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  Discussion forum Consider the following steps for a theoretical manual process. ✑ Check in input folder any new files. ✑ If there are no files check again later as files can arrive anytime, and there is no limit to the number of files that may come. ✑ Open the next available file. ✑ Take the first case. ✑ Start System X and find the case details. ✑ If the case can’t be found, move to the next one. ✑ After finding the case in System X, fetch additional case details from System Y. ✑ Again if the case can’t be found, move to the next one. ✑ Analyse all the data to see if System Z should be updated. ✑ If the data does not meet the requirements, add notes indicating this to System X and Y and move to the next case. ✑ If the data does meet the requirements, update the case in System Z. ✑ Add notes to System X and Y and move to the next case. ✑ At the end of the file, go back and look for another. ✑ Stop checking for new files at 16:00 and finish any remaining cases. ✑ When all work is complete create a report of the day’s exception cases. ✑ Close down Systems X, Y and Z. It is imperative that notes are applied to System X and Y, regardless of whether System Z is updated or not, what could the process do? (Choose two.)

A. Add all notes before attempting to update System Z.
B. Create an unhappy path where notes are added as part of exception handling.
C. Add notes before rejecting a case as a Business Exception.
D. Create new cases for any cases not found in Systems X and Y so that notes can be added.

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