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Transforming Business Requirements into BPEL: A MDA-Based Approach to Web Application Development

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2 Author(s)
Li Zhang ; Sch. of Comput. Sci. & Eng., Beihang Univ., Beijing ; Wei Jiang

As our dependence on online services has steadily grown, the development of Web applications is becoming crucial to commercial success of organizations. However, adjusting business vision to new market conditions leads to high volatility in requirements of Web applications. Thus, the organizations require Web systems to update and/or grow at a rate of business requirements change. To address the issue, we propose a MDA-based approach to workflow-oriented Web application development. It focuses on modeling and analysis of business requirements in CIM level and model transformation from business process to BPEL in PIM level through a well-defined mapping. To assist the developers, we also provide a support tool suite for practical Web projects.

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Semantic Computing and Systems, 2008. WSCS '08. IEEE International Workshop on

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14-15 July 2008

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