Developing Business Objects

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Developing Business Objects brings together the experiences of the practitioners who pioneered the use of object-oriented methods and languages in commercial applications and presents their experiences of applying and succeeding (and in some cases failing) with object technology.
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Overview

Developing Business Objects brings together the experiences of the practitioners who pioneered the use of object-oriented methods and languages in commercial applications and presents their experiences of applying and succeeding (and in some cases failing) with object technology.
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'The message that objects are vitally important for business comes through loud and clear, and this welcome addition to the literature helps us understand the many promises and pitfalls of business objects.' Steve Cook, IBM

'The use of object methods (in most cases) has proved to be overwhelmingly positive, and this book provides encouragement for those embarking on first projects using object technology. While optimism is an essential ingredient at the start of any project, they may in the end find the discussion of common problems and pitfalls even more important.' From the preface

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  • ISBN-13: 9780521648257
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/1998
  • Series: Managing Object Technology Series
  • Pages: 315
  • Product dimensions: 6.73 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Table of Contents

About the Editor
Foreword
Preface
Contributors
Pt. 1 Introduction 1
1 Objects in Business 3
Pt. 2 From Business Strategy to Business Objects 15
2 Building an Object Business Model for a Telecommunications Company 17
3 Requirements Engineering and Business Process Modeling with SOMA 41
4 A Process Framework for Business Objects 59
5 Business Object Modeling with aBCd 77
Pt. 3 The Object Development Process in Practice 113
6 Developing a Financial Market Analysis Product: A MOSES Case Study 115
7 Fitness for Purpose: An Examination of Popular Object-Analysis Strategies 143
8 GUIDE - An Object-Oriented GUI Design Method 163
9 Using CORBA to Simplify Application Development 179
10 Business Objects in Object Databases 199
11 Java for Business Objects 225
12 Developing an Object-Oriented Architecture 239
13 Object-Oriented Project Management 265
Index 303
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