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Managing a student project with Enterprise Architect - Part 4
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This article (which actually represents the third incarnation of the ICONIX Business Modeling Roadmap), leverages two new capabilities from Sparx Systems, now available in Enterprise Architect. These are the Structured Scenario Editor and the Business Rule Composer. The article describes how these two quantum leaps in technology combine synergistically to enable a new process by combining business process modeling with behavioral code generation for business rules.
This E-book presents a practical approach to modeling Service-Oriented Architecture solutions from concept to code. The author helps us to understand key SOA concepts and demystifies the "acronym soup" surrounding service-oriented development. Using an illustrated example, the reader is guided through the 'hands-on' ICONIX Process Roadmap for Service-Oriented Architecture. Each step of the roadmap is brought to life using Enterprise Architect Business and Software Engineering edition to derive concrete deliverables from visual models.
Topics include: business rules identification, generating web service interfaces from visual models, BPEL engineering and behavioral code generation.
The eBook is accompanied by an "SOA Project Template" EA model.
The SOA Project Template model contains our SOA Roadmap, a pre-fabricated project package structure, and a Car Rental example which includes:
- a Domain Model
- a WSDL package
- a BPMN model
- example of BPEL code generation from the BPMN model
- a Rule Flow diagram containing Rule Tasks for use with the Business Rule Composer and Behavioral Code Generation
ICONIX now offers JumpStart training on the process described in this eBook, details are available at http://www.iconixsw.com/soajumpstart.html