Leveraging Objects for Mission-Critical Applications

Leveraging Objects for Mission-Critical Applications

Mahesh S. Raisinghani (University of Dallas, USA) and Bruce Adams (Electronic Data Systems, USA)
Copyright: © 1999 |Pages: 11
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-878289-56-8.ch020
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Abstract

This case study is based on an enterprise-wide consulting project for a financial services firm in a major metropolitan area of the southwest United States. This case addresses the underlying principles (i.e., techniques and processes) and real-world practical application of object orientation (O-O). The objectives of this case study are to reinforce the student’s foundation in fundamental OO concepts, to provide an in-depth example of the application of O-O analysis and design techniques and formalisms and to enable the student to transfer this knowledge to the student’s actual work. The merit of the development process described here, Compass, is that it presents a repeatable process for delivery of client server architectures, object oriented systems, and distributed objects and components. It helps manage three interdependent variables common to most projects, i.e., deliverables, resources, and time, in a cost effective and efficient manner. The concept behind Compass is to integrate the best-proven solutions currently available, drawing upon several best-ofbreed approaches used within the Information Services industry.

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