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Building J2EE™ Applications with the Rational Unified Process by Wojtek Kozaczynski, Kelli Houston, Peter Eeles

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Chapter 10. Additional Topics

This chapter contains a brief discussion of those topics that have been postponed (or treated very lightly) in other chapters.

This book has concentrated on the RUP disciplines that are of most interest to a J2EE developer: Requirements, Analysis and Design, and Implementation. This section briefly discusses the remaining RUP disciplines and, in particular, focuses on the relevance of each of these disciplines to the J2EE developer.

Business Modeling

Business Modeling may be undertaken for a number of reasons. For example, we may wish to undertake Business Modeling in order to gain an understanding of current problems in the organization and identify areas of potential improvement. This improvement may be provided through ...

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