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A Systematic Method to Generate .NET Components from MDA/PSM for Pervasive Service

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2 Author(s)
Deuk Kyu Kum ; Soongsil University, Seoul, Korea ; Soo Dong Kim

Microsoft (MS) .NET is one of the recent representative component technology. Model driven architecture (MDA) is a new development paradigm which generates software by transforming design models automatically and incrementally. Transformation of structural models in MDA has been successfully applied. However, transformation of pervasive services largely remains as an area for further research. Pervasive services are essential for building distributed enterprise systems. .NET platform can implement component object model+ (COM+) component for supporting pervasive services as it states attribute code in code. In this paper, we specify the functionalities of the COM+ component offering pervasive services, and then those functionalities are defined by UML profile. By use of the profile, the platform specific model (PSM) for .NET/C# is specified, and .NET component is generated automatically through our tool. The development productivity, extensibility, portability, and maintenance of software can be dramatically improved by using of the proposed methods

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Fourth International Conference on Software Engineering Research, Management and Applications (SERA'06)

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9-11 Aug. 2006