Business Object Component Design and Implementation Workshop V: Component Architectures

Agenda - Tuesday, 2 November 1999

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23 December 1999 - Papers presented at OOPSLA and proceedings.

Ghica van Emde Boas. The Role of XML in Java Development Tools. IBM San Francisco Project.

Fred Cummins. Enterprise Integration with Workflow Management. EDS.

Patel , D., Sutherland, J., Miller, J., (Eds.) Business Object Design and Implementation III: OOPSLA'99 Workshop Proceedings. Springer, 1999.

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Patel , D., Sutherland, J., Miller, J., (Eds.) Business Object Design and Implementation II: OOPSLA'96, OOPSLA'97, and OOPSLA'98 Workshop Proceedings. Springer, 1998. Order from Amazon.com. Order from FatBrain.com.

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Sutherland, J.V. , Patel, D., Casanave, C., Miller, J., Hollowell, G., (Eds.) Business Object Design and Implementation. Springer, 1997. Order from Amazon. Order from FatBrain.com.

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New book published by Springer prior to the Workshop

Papers submitted after 30 June

Focus of Business Object Component Workshop V

The NCITS Accredited Standards Committee H7 Object Information Management, now part of NCITS T3 Open Distributed Processing, and the Object Management Group Business Object Domain Task Force (BODTF) will jointly sponsor the Fifth Annual OOPSLA Workshop on Business Object Component Design and Implementation.

This year's focus will be on design and implementation of business object component frameworks and architectures. A few interesting questions are:

Final Report on Business Object Component Workshop IV - PDF Format

Early Publication of Workshop Proceedings

Goals of OOPSLA Business Object Component Workshops

Attendance

Submission to Workshop 28

Background

The OOPSLA Workshop on Business Object Design and Implementation is jointly sponsored by the Accredited Standards Committee X3H7 Object Information Management Technical Committee and the Object Management Group (OMG) Business Object Domain Task Force for the purpose of soliciting technical position papers relevant to the design and implementation of Business Object systems.

X3H7 Object Information Management

The International Standards Organization (ISO) has approved a new work item to refine and extend the current international standard Reference Model for Open Distributed Processing (RM-ODP). X3H7, the U.S. technical committee for this new international work item, is tasked with the following:

OMG Business Object Domain Task Force (BODTF)

The Object Management Group has chartered the BODTF to facilitate and promote: And to issue requests, evaluate responses and propose for adoption by the OMG specifications for objects, frameworks, services and architectures applicable to a wide range of businesses.

Organizers:

Jeff Sutherland, Chair - jeff.sutherland@computer.org

Secretary X3H7 Object Information Management, liaison to X3H2 SQL Database
IDX Systems Corporation
116 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02116
Phone: +1 (617) 266-0001 x2920| Fax: +1 (617) 721 1226

Fred A. Cummins - fred.cummins@eds.com

Enterprise Architect
EDS
5555 New King St. MS 402
Troy, MI 48098
Phone: +1 (248) 696 2016

Haim Kilov - haim_kilov@ml.com

Merrill Lynch Technology Strategy and Planning
World Financial Center South Tower
New York, NY 10080-6105, USA

Joaquin Miller - joaquin@acm.org

Chief Architect
Financial Systems Architects
Electronic Data Systems
10 S Fifth St Ste 1100
Minneapolis MN 55402 USA

Phone: +1 (612) 359 3762

Dilip Patel - dilip@vax.sbu.ac.uk

Chair, Centre for Information and Office Systems
South Bank University
School of Computing, Information Systems & Mathematics
103 Borough Road
London, SE1 0AA, UK
Phone: +44 0171 815 7429

Links

References

[Mano98] Manola, Frank. Towards a Web Object Model. Position Paper for the OMG-DARPA-MCC Workshop on Compositional Software Architectures. Object Services and Consulting, Inc., 1998.

[OMG99] OMG Agent Working Group. Agent Technology Green Paper. 30 March 1999.

[Holl95] Holland, John H. Hidden Order : How Adaptation Builds Complexity. Addison-Wesley, 1995.

[Odel98] Odell, James. Agents and Beyond: A Flock is Not a Bird. Distributed Computing, April, 1998.

[OOPS95] OOPSLA'95 Workshop on Business Object Design and Implementation II. 10th Annual Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications Addendum to the Proceedings. OOPS Messenger 6:4:170-175. ACM/SIGPLAN October, 1995.

[OOPS96] OOPSLA'96 Workshop on Business Object Design and Implementation II. 11th Annual Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications Addendum to the Proceedings. OOPS Messenger, ACM/SIGPLAN, 1997.

[OOPS97] OOPSLA'97 Workshop on Business Object Design and Implementation III. 11th Annual Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications Addendum to the Proceedings. OOPS Messenger, ACM/SIGPLAN, 1998 (in press). Download PDF, RTF, Word versions.

Patel , D., Sutherland, J., Miller, J., (Eds.) Business Object Design and Implementation II: OOPSLA'96, OOPSLA'97, and OOPSLA'98 Workshop Proceedings. Springer, 1998.

Szyperski, Clemens. Component Software : Beyond Object-Oriented Programming. Addison-Wesley, 1998.

"A software component is a unit of composition with contractually specified interfaces and explicit contet dependencies only. A software component can be deployed independently and is subject to composition by third parties." 1996 ECOOP Workshop on Component-Oriented Programming.

Sutherland, J.V. , Patel, D., Casanave, C., Miller, J., Hollowell, G., (Eds.) Business Object Design and Implementation. Springer, 1997.

[Wegn95a] Wegner, Peter. Interactive Foundations of Object-Based Programming. IEEE Computer 28:10:70-72, Oct 95.

[Wegn95b] Wegner, Peter. Models and Paridigms of Interaction. OOPSLA'95 Tutorial Notes.

Workshop on Integrating XML and Distributed Object Technologies

Abstract: The Internet world is being transformed before our eyes as open standards such as XML are being rapidly adopted. The XML technologies are being seen as harbinger of various new functionality in numerous domains ranging from electronic commerce to electronic publishing to healthcare delivery to manufacturing to insurance. Various object-oriented technologies and standards such as Java, CORBA and DCOM have also progressed rapidly in the past few years. At this time, the industry and academia are seriously looking at the intersection of these technologies and what it means to the future of the object-web paradigm. This workshop aims to bring together participants who are seriously investigating the combined use of these technologies to support practical application needs in a variety of domains. The goal of this workshop is to investigate how XML and Distributed Object technologies such as Java, CORBA and DCOM can be integrated leveraging the strengths each have to offer.