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Implementing SOA: Total Architecture in Practice by Paul C. Brown

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Chapter 13. Modeling the Domain

Thus far, the consideration of business processes has focused primarily on their procedural aspects. But as you are discussing the process, you are inevitably learning about the domain itself. You hear references to information used in the process—withdraw cash requests, sales orders, and so forth. You hear discussions about the results being generated, such as cash, receipts, and goods shipments. You hear about other things related to the process, such as bank accounts, ATM cards, and credit reports. And you hear about the participants in the process: customers, bank tellers, banks, and, of course, the system you are designing.

Virtually all of these things that are discussed in reference to the business process ...

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