Practical Business Modeling

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Unformatted text preview: Practical Business Modeling in the Unified Process Tom Morgan Software Architect, Fidelity National Information Services temx@bellsouth.net Practical Business Modeling in the Unified Process Tom Morgan temx@bellsouth.net Agenda Brief Business Modeling introduction Artifact production in reference implementation Transformation into Requirements Use-Case Model Simple steps for Business Rules Model Practical Business Modeling in the Unified Process Tom Morgan temx@bellsouth.net Business Modeling overview Challenges addressed How do you know your software directly addresses business issues? How do you know your use cases are accurate? What is the big picture, or context, to is being developed? Small knowledgebase techniques from various sources A lot of feel your way needed Different approaches depending on objective Lifecycle timing Started in early Inception, peeking near end of Inception, trailing off through Elaboration and Construction phases. Consists of: Business Use-Case Model - The What (actors, goals, use cases) Business Analysis Model - The How (workers, entities, events, automation) Business Rules Model - The Constraints on the How (rules) Practical Business Modeling in the Unified Process Tom Morgan temx@bellsouth.net Find Business Actors and Use Cases Goal Driven Step 1: Determine boundaries (or scope) of target business Main business Practical Business Modeling in the Unified Process Tom Morgan temx@bellsouth.net Find Business Actors and Use Cases Goal Driven Step 1: Determine boundaries (or scope) of target business Main business comprised of one business part Practical Business Modeling in the Unified Process Tom Morgan temx@bellsouth.net Find Business Actors and Use Cases Step 1: Determine boundaries (or scope) of target business Main business comprised of two business parts (others omitted here) Practical Business Modeling in the Unified Process Tom Morgan temx@bellsouth.net Find Business Actors and Use Cases Goal Driven Step 1: Determine boundaries (or scope) of target business Narrow focus the Box Office Practical Business Modeling in the Unified Process Tom Morgan temx@bellsouth.net Find Business Actors and Use Cases Goal Driven Step 1: Determine boundaries of target business The Box Office is our box, or business boundary Start outside box with goal to describe inside Practical Business Modeling in the Unified Process Tom Morgan temx@bellsouth.net Find Business Actors and Use Cases Goal Driven Step 2: Finding Business Actors Outside of business boundary our box May be inside other business areas, or boxes Concessions, Accounting, Projection Identify Roles from real Instances A Business Actor instance can fill many roles Avoids confusion when Actors and instances dont all share common goals Practical Business Modeling in the Unified Process...
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