Design and Tools
Most people seem to be working with business objects in the middle tier...
But what exactly does 'Business Object' mean? Does it mean they use a
service-oriented approach or an object-oriented approach or a mixture of
both (OO for the business layer and SO for the data layer)? What's your
experience with these different approaches?
Do any of you use code-generators (like ProcBlaster, VBExpress, COMExpress,
DB2COM, SLICENDICE, CodeAssist)?
Do any of you use errorcode-generators? If so, what are their drawbacks?
Do you use any other tools (such as UML modelers) for design and/or
Just some thoughts,
Yves Reynhout - www.ultragenda.com
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