By August-Wilhelm Scheer
This ebook describes intimately how ARIS tools version and establish company methods through the UML (Unified Modeling Language), resulting in a knowledge version that serves because the foundation for a scientific and clever improvement of software structures. a number of real-world examples utilizing SAP R/3 illustrate elements of industrial approach modeling together with tools of data administration, implementation of workflow structures and conventional software program ideas, and the deployment of ARIS tools.
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45, (0 .. *) cardinality is given for input and output functions. With screen types being stored in a variety of local languages, specific screens can be created by combining the LOCAL LANGUAGE and SCREEN TYPE. Windows functionality enables a particular SCREEN in an existing screen to be displayed. Screens can be interpreted as views on the data model, a topic which we will cover in more detail when discussing the relationship between data and function views. At the same time, when covering the interrelationship between function and organization views, we will discuss the screens and lists and their respective data recipients or data entry clerks.
The organizational units with the communication and reporting relationships among them. Furthermore, the role concept defines the requirements profile of an organizational unit, particularly necessary for workflow applications. In business applications, the hierarchical organizational model is frequently not as clearly defined as data, functions and processes, being "hidden" behind terms such as "sales group", "company code" or "plant", with particular responsibilities being anchored in the programs.
Source code modules can be stored in a program library within the repositories, with PROGRAM LIBRARIES storing all the existing programs or modules, respectively, and improving reusability of the modules considerably. Program libraries can also be used at the design specification level to specify modules, which is why the relationship with the module definition in the design specification is also given in Fig. 46. Using COMPILERS or INTERPRETERS, source code modules are transformed into OBJECT CODE MODULES.
ARIS — Business Process Modeling by August-Wilhelm Scheer
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