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convergent architecture Building model driven J2EE Systems with UML - Hubert R.

Hubert R. convergent architecture Building model driven J2EE Systems with UML - Wiley publishing , 2002. - 289 p.
ISBN: 0-471-10560-0
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Figure 6.4: The flow and scope of an iteration.
Figure 6.5: Planning an iteration: The four-pass approach. Carry out these steps with the lead developers and primary customer.
Figure 6.6: Work plan: The task ownership matrix (TOMA) is used to communicate work plans.
Figure 6.7: Workflow, tools, and core artifacts.
Figure 6.8: Recording and verifying business designs. Role playing verifies and debugs the design and achieves consensus with domain experts regarding requirements and priorities.
Figure 6.9: Model-driven test infrastructure. UML-driven (OCL) test generation, instrumentation, build, and runtime.
Chapter 7: The Architectural IDE—Automating the architecture
Figure 7.1: Architectural IDE: Critical path coverage. Covering the critical-path workflows.
Figure 7.2: The modules and environment of the architectural IDE.
Figure 7.3: Orientation of the C-BOM module.
Figure 7.4: Business object modeling.
Figure 7.5: Use-case scenario modeling.
Figure 7.6: Orientation of the C-MOD module.
Figure 7.7: Orientation of the C-RAS module.
Figure 7.8: Pattern-based refinement.
Figure 7.9: C-RAS-OPEN pattern example. With permission (Henderson-Sellers 1998, Fig. 2.3)
Figure 7.10: Orientation of the C-REF module.
Figure 7.11: Convergent J2EE/UML refinement.
Figure 7.12: Details of the default J2EE/EJB modeling style.
Figure 7.13: The multichannel assessor design.
Figure 7.14: The process design.
Figure 7.15: Orientation of the C-GEN/C-GEN-IDE module.
Figure 7.16: Configuring cartridges and projects.
Figure 7.17: Generating infrastructure and environment.
Figure 7.18: Using the generator IDE. The meta-programming environment.
Figure 7.19: Orientation of the C-IX module.
Figure 7.20: Implement, deploy, and test components.
Figure 7.21: Implement, deploy, and test accessors.
Figure 7.22: The operational deployment and assembly test.
Chapter 8: Tutorial Example: Applying the Convergent Architecture
Figure 8.1: The ibank project and repository.
Figure 8.2: CRC cards in the ibank business model.
Figure 8.3: Creating the business use-case scenario.
Figure 8.4: Recording a walk-through.
Figure 8.5: The initially unrefined business model.
Convergent Architecture
List of Figures
Figure 8.6: Refining the Know account number responsibility.
Figure 8.7: Modeling the balance attribute.
Figure 8.8: Modeling the makeDeposit() operation.
Figure 8.9: Modeling the source attribute.
Figure 8.10: Refined to UML components.
Figure 8.11: The initial C-REF/Rose model.
Figure 8.12: EJB properties of the account component.
Figure 8.13: EJB properties of the accountNumber attribute.
Figure 8.14: EJB properties of the Transfer component.
Figure 8.15: The Generate panel.
Figure 8.16: The Projections panel.
Figure 8.17: The Tools panel.
Figure 8.18: Rose log window.
Figure 8.19: Test client output for the iBank tutorial.
Figure 8.20: The default accessor package.
Figure 8.21: State/activity diagram of the Account_SEditorDA accessor. Figure 8.22: State specification dialog.
Figure 8.23: Representer specification dialog.
Figure 8.24: Modified state/activity diagram Figure 8.25: Assigning the root accessor.
Figure 8.26: The Dependencies diagram.
Figure 8.27: The Generate panel.
Figure 8.28: The Projections panel.
Figure 8.29: The cartridge selector dialog.
Figure 8.30: Rose log window.
Figure 8.31: The running Web application.
Convergent Architecture
List of Tables
List of Tables
Chapter 2: The Convergent Architecture Roadmap— Defining and managing the big picture
Table 2.1: Overview of Cumulative Improvements
Chapter 8: Tutorial Example: Applying the Convergent Architecture
Table 8.1: Notational Conventions
Table 8.2: Responsibilities of the Account Business Object
Table 8.3: Responsibilities and Collaborators of the Transfer Business Object
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