Mapping service components to EJB business objects.
FIFTH IEEE INTERNATIONAL ENTERPRISE DISTRIBUTED OBJECT COMPUTING CONFERENCE, PROCEEDINGS.
(pp. 169 - 173).
IEEE COMPUTER SOC
The emerging trends for e-business engineering revolve around specialisation and cooperation. Successful companies focus on their core competencies and rely on a network of business partners for the support services required to compose a comprehensive offer for their customers. Modularity is crucial for a flexible e-business infrastructure, but related requirements seldom reflect on the design and operational models of business information systems. Software components are widely used for the implementation of e-business applications, with proven benefits in terms of system development and maintenance. We propose a service-oriented componentisation of e-business systems as a way to close the gal? with the business models they support. Blurring the distinction between external services and internal capabilities, ive propose a homogeneous model for the definition of e-business applications components and present a process-based technique for component modelling. We finally present air Enterprise Java Beans extension that implements the model.
|Title:||Mapping service components to EJB business objects|
|Event:||5th IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference|
|Dates:||2001-09-04 - 2001-09-07|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science
UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science
UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Engineering Science Faculty Office
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