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Architecting Composite Applications and Services with TIBCO® by Paul C. Brown

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Chapter 9. Data Structures

Objectives

Data is ubiquitous in solutions. The problem is that it comes in many representations, and each represents merely a fragment of the overall set of information being used in the solution. Using these representations requires that you understand how they relate to one another. This chapter will explore how a high-level domain model can be used to understand these relationships. It explores design issues that arise in defining the XML representations that are typically used in the communications between components. Finally, it explores the impact of versioning considerations on data structure design.

After reading this chapter, you should be able to

• Explain the relationship between domain models and database ...

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