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Architecture of the San Francisco frameworks

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K. A. Bohrer ; IBM AS/400 Division, I1400 Burnet Road, Austin, Texas 78758, USA

The San Francisco™ project is an IBM initiative, with over 130 independent software vendors, to provide business process components that can form the basis of rapidly developed distributed solutions for mission-critical business applications. This paper describes the original objectives of the San Francisco project and discusses the methodology, skills, and architecture that were used to achieve those objectives. The paper includes discussion of the importance of design patterns, extension points, and a well-defined programming model used in the San Francisco components. Most topics are touched on briefly to give an overview; some knowledge of object-oriented development techniques is assumed.

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IBM Systems Journal  (Volume:37 ,  Issue: 2 )