Business Component-Based Software Engineering by Franck Barbier

By Franck Barbier

Business Component-Based software program Engineering, an edited quantity, goals to enrich another respected books on CBSE, through stressing how parts are outfitted for large-scale functions, inside of committed improvement tactics and for simple and direct blend. This publication will emphasize those 3 elements and should supply a whole review of a few contemporary progresses. initiatives and works defined herein will suggested graduate scholars, teachers, software program engineers, venture managers and builders to undertake and to use new part improvement equipment won from and demonstrated by way of the authors. The authors of Business Component-Based software program Engineering are educational and execs, specialists within the box, who will introduce the state-of-the-art on CBSE from their shared adventure through engaged on an identical projects.
Business Component-Based software program Engineering is designed to satisfy the wishes of practitioners and researchers in undefined, and graduate-level scholars in laptop technology and Engineering.

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Figure 20 illustrates how this scenario is handled in KobrA. Since there is no longer an explicit component that represents the root of the containment and creation trees, the context has to play this role. The containment tree on the right hand side of Figure 20 illustrates that the Converter and LookUpTable components have been elevated to the same level as Bank and thus essentially represent "systems" in their own right. The «acquires» relationships between the components also highlights the fact that instances of these components have to gain access to their servers dynamically.

It does this by documenting the algorithms used to realize the services in terms of activity diagrams. Figure 8 shows such an activity diagram for the withdraw() operation of the Bank. If a collaboration diagram and an activity diagram are both created for a given operation they must naturally agree on the form of the algorithm used. As in the interaction model, there is one diagram for each distinct activity supported by the operation. 3. NESTED COMPONENT ARCHITECTURES Up to this point we have described how the characteristics and realization of a single business component can be modeled using a suite of inter-related UML diagrams, each providing a view on a different aspect of the component and its services.

With the mechanisms currently at our disposal the only way to achieve this is to elevate LookUpTable from being a private subcomponent of Teller to being a peer of both Teller and Converter, as illustrated in Figure 12. This gives both components the necessary visibility of Teller. The corresponding references implementation is shown in Figure 13. public class BankContext { public class Account I}; public class Bank { private class LookUpTable {}i private class Teller { private LookUpTable LT ~ new LookUpTable }; private class Converter { I); 42 Chapter 2 private LookUpTable LC ~ new LookUpTable (I; }; private Teller T = new Teller (); priva~e Converter C = new Converter (); ); private Bank B ~ new Bank II; }; Figure 13.

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