This is the last leg of this book review. It is the sort of book that I can imagine one ends up delving into off and on - i.e. excellent reference work.
Chapter 7 is titled - Creating a Roadmap - How to spend your money and when?
Here they forgot to add with whom --)
Here I want to query SalesParty based on
- Phone Number
it leverages the findSalesParty operation -->
you can, of course, modify to suit your needs.
I attended the above last week in Faro, Portugal. Great event, as usual with Juergen Kress as the master of cermonies. I am always impressed by his organizational skills as well as his dedication and out and out professionalism. Juergen - take a bow!
I ran the 2 day BPM 11g PS6 workshop along with my colleagues David Read and Angelo Santagata.
The feedback from the partners was great - very positive. So I am looking forward to blogging about all the cool new functionality/features which are about to be unleashed.
So watch this space...
Continuing my review -
Chapter 4 - Classification of services -
In this chapter the authors go into more detail on Elementary services, Composire Services and Process services and their relationship to the 3 architecture layers - Business, Information and Technology.This chapter also discusses aggregation vs orchestration - and contains many real world examples to illustrate all concepts discussed.
Chapter 5 - The SOA Platform
This chapter discusses the building blocks of a SOA platform - Registry/Repository, ESB, Identity Management, BPM etc.
Please see this very useful whitepaper
Just to remind you...
I have been getting some questions about this recently -
here's a good info source -
This chapter covers Service Identification and Design - essentially identifying what services you already have and which new ones do you need.
The authors introduced the concept of 3 hierarchical architecture layers in Chapter 1 -
Business / Information and Technical. So essentially you end up with services on all 3 levels, which need to be identified and designed.