By Rogério de Lemos, Cristina Gacek, Alexander Romanovsky
As software program platforms develop into ubiquitous, the problems of dependability develop into progressively more severe. provided that options to those matters has to be taken into consideration from the very starting of the layout method, it's acceptable that dependability is addressed on the architectural point. This book results from an attempt to collect the learn groups of software program architectures and dependability. encouraged via the ICSE 2003 Workshop on software program Architectures for responsible structures, the ebook makes a speciality of issues proper to bettering the cutting-edge in architecting accountable platforms. The 15 completely reviewed papers originate partially from the workshop; others have been solicited so one can in attaining entire assurance of all suitable elements. The papers are geared up into topical sections on architectures for dependability, fault-tolerance in software program architectures, dependability research in software program architectures, and commercial event.
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The framework provides a way to separate business rules from services and to apply one or more rules to services depending on the exact service call. Moreover, the approach is applicable to systems with an interactive and a batch part (based on SQL procedures), both subject to the same rules. This avoids the traditional scenario of duplicated business rules scattered among many system services and entangled within their code, thus helping to prevent unintentional faults by developers during software maintenance.
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