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ORM Business Tool

Otterbein, D. (2012) ORM Business Tool. Bachelor's Thesis, Computing Science.

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The fastest way to finish work is to make you of computers and automation of the business process you might be going through right now. So you want to collect data from the related persons and store them in the process to get a good overview. To design such a working system you basically need to go through three different processes. First you need a business model (BPMN). From the business model you can derive a ORM database to handle all the data you encounter. Finally a user interface (UI) is needed so that the whole system can communicate with the user. This means you have to work with three different tools. For example Bizagi (BPMN tool), Visual Studios with NORMA (ORM DB tool) and some kind of UI tool or program the interface yourself. As a consequence you have to be an expert with those tools or outsource it to an expert. This is undesirable and the question is if there the possibility to create a tool which acts as an bridge between these designs steps. The focus of this project is to design a prototype of a tool which builds a bridge between the business process model and the object related database model. To make this transition more natural ORM logic based English (OLE) can be used. This language is a hybrid between the syntax of ORM and English. It is accurate enough to describe and build a ORM database from it, but it feels more natural than for example the NORMA syntax. That means that the tool should parses a BPMN model and then, with the OLE input from the user, a ORM database model should be created.

Item Type: Thesis (Bachelor's Thesis)
Degree programme: Computing Science
Thesis type: Bachelor's Thesis
Language: English
Date Deposited: 15 Feb 2018 07:49
Last Modified: 15 Feb 2018 07:49

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