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Generation and Enactment of Controllers for Business Architectures Using MDA

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Generation and Enactment of Controllers for Business Architectures Using MDA
Model Driven Architecture (MDA) is an initiative of the OMG in which the software development process is driven by various software-related models describing the software to be generated. Moreover, the new upcoming UML 2.0 standard promises to support the execution of models based on several types of actions as well as the inheritance of statecharts. We adapt this new technology in order to generate business controllers. By application of the popular Model View Controller (MVC) architecture, these controllers separate core business model functionality like database management from the presentation and control logic that uses this functionality (i.e., interactive user access). In particular, a controller translates user interactions realized by means of an interactive view into actions on the core business model. This paper deals with the generation of business controllers applying MDA and UML 2.0 concepts and presents experiences gained in the background of a bigger industrial project....
Günter Graw, Peter Herrmann
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where EWSA
Authors Günter Graw, Peter Herrmann
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