By Ivar Jacobsen (auth.), Matthias Jarke, Andreas Oberweis (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the eleventh foreign convention on complicated info platforms Engineering, CAiSE'99 held in Heidelberg, Germany in June 1999.
The 27 revised complete papers provided including 12 brief examine papers and invited contributions have been rigorously chosen from a complete of 168 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on parts, details structures administration, approach engineering, information warehouses, procedure modeling, CORBA and disbursed info platforms, workflow structures, heterogeneous databases, and knowledge platforms dynamics.
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1 libraries). 3 Example of a Client Using CPAM A successful utilization of CPAM for realizing composition is the Transportation example implemented within the CHAIMS system. The example consists in finding the best way for transporting goods between two cities. The composer uses services from five heterogeneous and autonomous megamodules. The client program is written in CLAM, and the CSRT generated through the CHAIMS compiler is in compliance with CPAM. A second example is under implementation.
2. Names of the services offered (top-level methods), along with the names and nature (input or output) of their parameters, in order for the client to make invocations or preset parameters before invocation. Scope of Parameter Names. The scope of parameter names is not restricted to the method where the parameters are used, but rather to the whole megamodule. For megamodules offering more than one method, this implies that if two distinct methods have the same parameter name in their list of parameters, any value preset for this parameter will apply to any use of this parameter in the megamodule.
In Sect. 3, we illustrate our process-oriented approach to component definition using three case studies from projects with German software companies. Details of the underlying process and system model are given in Sect. 4 and 5. 2 Approaches to Component Definition in Information Systems In this section, we briefly review the evolution of information system architectures to highlight the benefits of a process-oriented approach to component definition. ) Fig. 1. Three Approaches to Component Definition in Business Information Systems Interaction between system components in an information system can be understood at three levels, namely at the level of data access, object interaction and at the level of process coupling.
Advanced Information Systems Engineering: 11th International Conference, CAiSE"99 Heidelberg, Germany, June 14—18, 1999 Proceedings by Ivar Jacobsen (auth.), Matthias Jarke, Andreas Oberweis (eds.)