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what services the application needs to provide to or receive from other applications In the Purchase Tracker application, a later unit of work requires that the Purchase Tracker system keep customer information in synchronization with the accounting system This is where SOA makes sense If the accounting system provides a service to update customer information, the Purchase Tracker could use this service to ensure that any customer updates it manages are re ected in the accounting system Alternatively, the Purchase Tracker application could provide a service that allowed retrieval of customer data by any other corporate application if the accounting system would prefer to pull the data To provide an SOA interface into your application, think of the service as another piece of code in the presentation layer This type of design follows a standard Fa ade design pattern The code then ts into your three-tiered architecture and can reuse any business logic in the business logic layer (See the Additional Reading section of 1 for more information on design patterns such as the Fa ade pattern) Consider using SOA whenever your application is a piece of a larger puzzle SOA de nes a standard mechanism for applications within your organization or applications between your organization and related organizations (such as suppliers) to provide services to one another
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An application framework is a set of libraries and classes that implement the architecture of speci c types of applications Some frameworks include tools to assist developers in using the framework By bundling reusable code into a framework, developers can focus more on the goal and the speci c requirements of the application, and less on the details of the architecture NET itself is a framework, providing a set of libraries and tools for the development of NET applications Although the NET Framework is extensive, it does not include details that are unique to the types of applications you create For example, your application may require that the background color be changed for the control that has focus The NET Framework does not automatically do this, so you need to write your own code By using an application framework that provides additional functionality common to your applications, you can minimize the time spent implementing this
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Build it rst Think through what you need in a framework, and build it before you begin developing the application Use a prototype application to test the framework Build it as you go Build the application and de ne framework pieces as you go
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Both approaches have pros and cons The problem with building the entire framework rst is that, if you don t already use an application framework, you may not know all the things a framework can do for you Also, if you are new to NET, you may not know what the NET Framework does versus what you need your application framework to do So how could you know what to build into your framework before you begin the application Plus, building a framework rst means a delay in producing results It is often easier to build the application and add code to the framework as necessary For example, you nd that a grid no longer sorts automatically if bound to a business object, so you write a sort routine in the business object base class portion of your framework so that all grids can sort with no further code This approach, however, may lead to some refactoring as
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