Object Model Survey
This report is used by various people interested in the business object
model, such as the customer, users, business analysts, software architects, system
analysts, designers, testers, managers, and reviewers.
An Introduction to the business object model.
2. Organization Units
This section presents the organization units hierarchically, explains
the dependencies among them, and shows the content of each organization unit
recursively. If the model has several levels of organization units, those at the
top-level are presented first. The organization units within these are presented
next, and so on, all the way down to the organization units at the bottom of the
hierarchy. For each organization unit include:
- Its Name.
- A Brief Description.
- A list of the business workers and business entities owned by the
organization unit, including name and a brief description.
- A list of the relationships owned by the organization unit, including the
name and a brief description of each relationship.
- A list of the organization units directly owned by the organization unit,
each presented in the same hierarchical manner as above.
3. Diagrams of the Business Object Model
The diagrams, primarily class diagrams, of the entire business object
model are included here. Business use case realizations and their diagrams are
reported separately in
Report: Business Use-Case Realization .
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