be several scenarios of development. A financial
architect needs to analyse the environment carefully
and adopt an implementation strategy. Some of
the development scenarios are described below:
If existing financial applications are developed
with CORBA 2.x
If you have
realized financial projects with ORBs based on
CORBA 2.x, adopting CORBA 3.0 CCM will be a step
forward in Component Based Development (CBD).
CCM adds a sophisticated runtime environment for
components and fully standardized support for
deployment. Further, it enhances the application
capability (both server and client side) and also
provides complete integration with CORBA 2.x,
EJB and web services. The migration of CORBA 2.x
application to CCM is a straightforward process
with K2 Component Server.
Development of new financial application with
(components) development with K2 supports the
process of OMG's Model Driven Architecture (MDA).
A typical project development will be as described
If there is mixed environment of CORBA2.x and
Server supports EJB-CCM inter-working. Now, you
could visualize a scenario where a new financial
application can be developed by mixing
components deployed in a J2EE Application
components deployed in K2 Component Server.
The figure describes a runtime view