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Mapping enterprise events to the CORBA notification service

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6 Author(s)
S. Abraham ; CRC for Enterprise Distributed Syst. Technol., Queensland Univ., Brisbane, Qld., Australia ; K. Duddy ; M. Lawley ; Z. Milosevic
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To satisfy the need for a wide range of enterprise modelling choices, it is necessary to have a rich set of process based and role based modelling concepts. It is also necessary to have a sound and expressive business event model that includes a flexible way of associating business events with business processes and roles. However, the ability to construct detailed and expressive enterprise models is not useful in a business context without some means of realising the model in technology. The paper introduces the basic modelling concepts from the DSTC's UML Profile for Enterprise Distributed Object Computing before describing in detail the profile's business event model. The paper then describes how this event model can be mapped in a straightforward manner to implementations using the OMG's CORBA Notification Service. This mapping can then be used as the basis for building automated tools that support generating implementations of systems from high level enterprise models

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Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference, 2000. EDOC 2000. Proceedings. Fourth International

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