Transformation to SOA, Part 2. Creating a custom extension for the Business Process-to-Service Model transformation feature in IBM Rational Software Architect

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Natalia Balaba-Liaskovski

Date archived: May 15, 2019 | First published: January 08, 2008

A typical development cycle involves creation of a Business Analysis model to analyze and capture business goals, and then transforming it into a model for the software architecture. The Business Process-to-Service Model SOA transformation feature in IBM® Rational® Software Architect helps you create this model. This article, Part 2 (see Resources for Part 1), gives you a step-by-step example of how to create custom process decomposition for transforming your business process to a service model. It is intended for readers who are familiar with creating transformation extensions.

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