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The IBM Application Framework for e-business

G. Flurry, W. Vicknair
2001 IBM Systems Journal  
The IBM Application Framework for e-business (the Framework) is a means for achieving business transformation and a foundation framework for developing and extending e-business processes and applications  ...  The paper also shows that the Framework will evolve to support increasingly sophisticated e-business applications, and that IBM is dedicated to working closely with the industry to contribute new technologies  ...  We thank Jack and John Meegan for help with identifying and digesting information about the Framework and IBM products implementing the Framework.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.401.0008 fatcat:yurm2zae65ci5nkdu2q23l5gnq


John J. Ritsko, Alfred G. Davis
2001 IBM Systems Journal  
The Application Framework for e-business is an IBM strategic initiative.  ...  Flurry and Vicknair describe how the Framework addresses the requirements of e-busi- ness with a set of open standards, services, and prod- 0018-8670/01/$5.00 © 2001 IBM ucts.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.401.0002 fatcat:6dhqheg6mbgqzj25i7jwi57vtq

Deferring design decisions in an application framework

James E. Carey, Brent A. Carlson
2000 ACM Computing Surveys  
For an application framework to be useful, many design decisions must be deferred to the application developer.  ...  The IBM SanFrancisco TM application framework addresses this issue by implementing specific design patterns which exhibit varying degrees of design deferral.  ...  For most business-oriented applications, the domain context class is the Company class which represents the business entity using the application.  ... 
doi:10.1145/351936.351945 fatcat:pioybgbf6faatg2szkareegis4

Technical overview of IBM's Java initiatives

K. D. Gottschalk
1998 IBM Systems Journal  
Application server infrastructure IBM’s implementation of the application server run- ning Java is governed by a model called the IBM Net- work Computing Framework (NCF) for e-business. 310 GoTTSCHALK  ...  a complete set of tools for build- ing e-business applications.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.373.0308 fatcat:tebfaph4yrbgjpzor4woxbpzpa

Designing and implementing the logical security framework for e-commerce based on service oriented architecture [article]

Ashish Kr. Luhach, Sanjay K Dwivedi, C K Jha
2014 arXiv   pre-print
This editorial proposed a security framework for small and medium sized E-commerce, based on service oriented architecture and gives an analysis of the eminent security attacks which can be averted.  ...  The proposed security framework will be implemented and validated on an open source E-commerce, and the results achieved so far are also presented.  ...  IBM SOA Security Reference Model WebSphere Application Server WebSphere Application Server is used for E-commerce and integration of organisational information.  ... 
arXiv:1407.2421v1 fatcat:klmkckoc25d2xbnl4nwogxpoty


John J. Ritsko, Alfred G. Davis
2002 IBM Systems Journal  
They then describe how the framework was used as a foun- dation for an application platform, and they explain how the platform can be used to implement PTX so- lutions.  ...  This platform is the basis for the IBM WebSphere Com- merce Suite, Marketplace Edition and the Web- Sphere Commerce Business Edition.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.412.0168 fatcat:sdd7fxbubzespkmrgbiorzb5ba

Study on a Dynamic E-business Application Framework Based on Web Service-Based SOA

Xueqiang Yin
2016 International Journal of Security and Its Applications  
Web service is the kernel and key to develop a new dynamic E-business application framework and the dynamic E-business is the goal of E-business development.  ...  And the SOA can meet the requirements of various kinds of E-business application framework. So a service-oriented dynamic E-business application framework based on SOA and Web service is proposed.  ...  Flurry and Vicknair [3] described the IBM application framework for ebusiness (the Framework) based on enterprise Java™ technologies for achieving business transformation and a foundation framework for  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijsia.2016.10.1.06 fatcat:zomd6y7l4ngd3dhibxhd3df4oe

The Business Intelligence Environment [chapter]

David Loshin
2003 Business Intelligence  
Business Intelligence environment, as well as generate alerts for user-specified conditions.  ...  The management products reviewed include IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console, HP Software OpenView, open source products Xymon and Hyperic, and the SAS 9.2 Audit and Performance Measurement package.  ...  OVERVIEW: SAS 9 ENTERPRISE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ARCHITECTURE The SAS 9 Enterprise Business Intelligence framework is depicted in Figure 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-155860916-7/50005-1 fatcat:kw22opcnfzfnxftz2qvpzfclzm

Securing e-business applications using smart cards

E.-M. Hamann, H. Henn, T. Schack, F. Seliger
2001 IBM Systems Journal  
Securing e-business applications using smart cards SEIDEL LLLP LEE EN GTN!  ...  The db-markets eTrade Project that an IBM Global Services team im- IBM SYSTEMS JOURNAL, VOL 40, NO 3, 2001 Figure 5 The OpenCard Framework APPLICATION APPLICATION Card- Card- Service Service OpenCard FRAMEWORK  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.403.0635 fatcat:ncrub5ju7rgxziittpdwxvhtae


Mohamed E. Fayad, Jim Abraham
2000 IBM Systems Journal  
The SanFrancisco framework aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice and address reuse of both large and common patterns of behavior, reducing the “time to market” for business applications.  ...  It is a complete and technical guide to applying this powerful pattern in a wide range of bus- iness applications, and to gaining expertise within the SanFrancisco framework. Mohamed E.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.392.0403 fatcat:mtc6e4uzw5dqpi66hhzzzug2s4


John J. Ritsko, David I. Seidman
2004 IBM Systems Journal  
Preface Success in the design and deployment of e-business on demand* systems depends on the development of dynamic applications that adapt to the changing business environment and servers that can run  ...  Budinsky et al. present an overview of the Web- Sphere Studio, an IDE based upon the Eclipse Modeling Framework, which offers tools for the de- velopment of distributed applications for J2EE serv- ers,  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.432.0211 fatcat:vt6tozfkkrghjpfcldvlgtdpzm

On demand Web-client technologies

J. Ponzo, L. D. Hasson, J. George, G. Thomas, D. Gruber, R. Konuru, A. Purakayastha, R. D. Johnson, J. Colson, R. A. Pollak
2004 IBM Systems Journal  
WOM, a Web application server framework which preceded WebSphere, and tools for e-business application performance optimization.  ...  Thomas is a research staff engineer in the E-Business Frameworks Department at the Watson Research Center. He received a B.A.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.432.0297 fatcat:n6ntd3eemvejrh4ce2ieufdwrq

Page 5 of Educause Quarterly : EQ Vol. 7, Issue 2 [page]

1984 Educause Quarterly : EQ  
This article focuses only on the implemen- tation process for administrative information systems. The aim is to outline a framework for evaluating the system implementation pro- cess.  ...  e Systems Programming e Business Applications Programmer e Student Applications Analyst Control e@ Maintenance Programmer Data base and Communications e@ Data Base Analyst @ Operating System Programmer  ... 

Business-to-business integration with tpaML and a business-to-business protocol framework

A. Dan, D. M. Dias, R. Kearney, T. C. Lau, T. N. Nguyen, F. N. Parr, M. W. Sachs, H. H. Shaikh
2001 IBM Systems Journal  
The business-to-business protocol framework (BPF) provides various tools and run-time services for supporting TPA-based interaction and integration with business applications.  ...  In business-to-business interactions spanning electronic commerce, supply chain management, and other applications, the terms and conditions describing the electronic interactions between businesses can  ...  Acknowledgments The authors express their appreciation to the following for contributions to the design of BPF Cited references and note  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.401.0068 fatcat:x5wh2b6hknhrxcj5tadh2hbpay

IBM SanFrancisco: Moving into the marketplace

V. M. Johnson, D. K. Austreng
2000 IBM Systems Journal  
e-business applications. usher in new ways to create applications.  ...  The e-business space is rapidly becoming essential to all businesses. No longer just a nicety, it is rapidly becoming a competitive necessity for supporting key business applications on the Internet.  ...  Today he is working on the e-components strategy for the IBM Software Group and helping to expand the possibilities of IBM SanFrancisco.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.392.0244 fatcat:tqp5d6vlyvhfll324ug4b33wne
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