Advances in Computer Science, Engineering & Applications pp 1085-1093 | Cite as
A Policy Driven Business Logic Change Management for Enterprise Web Services
Services might be moved, or relocated and may undergo changes during its life cycle but compromising the changes with respect to the business policy will be the key issue which has not been addressed by the existing business process change management framework. Hence there should be an effective framework for managing these changes without affecting the business functionality and also ensuring the associated business policy. This paper stresses mainly on handling these emergency changes to a business process which is capsuled as web services dynamically at the business analyst level. We use Finite State Machine for simulating the business logic set which includes the business policy constraints with its associated mapping function in order ensure the changes made are policy enabled during run time. It also facilitates Business Analyst directly to control and manage the business logic of the targeting web services dynamically and thereby eliminates the IT staff effort.
KeywordsChange Management Policy Driven Approach Finite State Machine Business Logic Business Process Automation
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