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Oracle WebCenter 11g Handbook by Philipp Weckerle, Frédéric Desbiens, Peter Moskovits

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CHAPTER 14Metadata Services Framework

One of the reasons behind the transition from procedural to object-oriented languages was to further code reuse, since objects were designed as reusable entities that can be incorporated in multiple programs.1 This made sense from a technical perspective, as well as from a business one. For developers, to reuse exiting classes is a productivity booster; exploiting thoroughly debugged code reduces the probability of anomalies. This results in lowered development and maintenance costs, as well as higher predictability of the system’s adherence to its level of service agreement when in production. Code reuse by itself, however, will not reach higher levels of returns on the investment (ROI) for software development ...

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