EAI III (2)

Information the user interaction for data capturing

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Unformatted text preview: ate a well defined API perhaps Screen Catalog Screen Once the application logic and the database schema within Once source or target application are understood, a catalog containing all the information that appears on the user interface must be created interface It includes capturing the screen image and then cataloging It each data that appears on the screen each Document creation for these data elements and the logic that Document create them like – mathematical formulas, on the fly computation, conditional enabling / disenabling Screens are typically cataloged by screen name, data element, Screens description, database reference and any application business logic logic This information will facilitate an update of the enterprise This metadata model metadata Mapping Screens Mapping ‘Screen mapping’ determines the location of Screen each data element on each screen, the number of position it holds, any other relevant information information This will enable screen access technology to This locate the appropriate information locate Sometimes duplicate screen information Sometimes makes it more user friendly scenario makes There are two basic techniques to extract There information from screen – Static and Dynamic information Mapping Screens Mapping Static Extraction Dynamic Extraction The information is being accessed from a static point on the screen The (i.e., column X, row Y, position Z) (i.e., The advantages is in simplicity If the application...
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2011 for the course ECO 2023 taught by Professor Mr.raza during the Summer '10 term at FAU.

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