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Composite Application Methodology: CD201 Specifying and Designing Composite Applications Composite Applications are user centric applications supporting highly collaborative and dynamic business processes which span several functional areas across and beyond organizations. Composite Applications can be applied in many different ways, experience what the definition of a composite is and what typical uses cases are modelled with the help of Composites. The two hours lecture CD201 will reveal the meaning of roles within Composites and how they influence the design of Composites. The Customer Service Care example shows the typical aspects of a Composite:

  • Collaboration
  • Reuse of Functionality
  • Distributed Persistence of Business Objects
  • Mixture between interactive and background steps
  • Rich user experience offline/online

The CD201 lecture illuminates the Composite design methodology that can be parted into twelve steps:

  1. General Application Information
  2. Process Overview
  3. General Process Information
  4. Roles
  5. Visualization of Process Flow
  6. Step Data
  7. Exception Handling
  8. Business Object Overview
  9. Business Object
  10. UI Mockup
  11. UI Description
  12. Services

The lecture will present two real-life projects to make clear how the methodoloy can be applied in practive. The examples prove that the methodology is a efficient way to create Composites successfully. Link for US: CD201 in Las Vegas for EMEA: CD201 in Amsterdam for India: CD201 in Bangalore

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