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It is less easy to provide a comprehensive set of patterns for the behavior of integration services. However considering 80/20 coverage, it is possible to define a set of patterns which can be added to as new requirements are refined. The patterns for integration services are closely aligned with the basic Patterns for e-business. 3 Suitability for model-driven development As we add detail to the enterprise architecture to define the integration architecture, and the patterns that can be abstracted from that architecture, it becomes clear that the development of services on the ESB is a clear candidate for model-driven development.

For example, if we have a model that uses the Getter/Setter pattern, we can generate implementation code for those methods for a specific platform (such as Java) according to implementation patterns for that platform. In some cases we may have an implementation pattern that implements an Application pattern directly. In other cases we might apply multiple lower-level implementation patterns to implement an Application pattern. Model-driven development relies on well-defined models that we can use as input to automated transformations.

Patterns are typically applied interactively with a designer selecting a pattern and providing parameters. See Figure 1-3 on page 14. The transformations specify how higher-level concepts are mapped to lower-level concepts according to best practices. Lower-level patterns are often applied by a transformation rather than manually applied, for example, a transformation from a design model to code generates code according to implementation patterns. Chapter 3. 4 Architectural style MDD improves productivity and consistency by automating the generation of common aspects of software artifacts, which allows the application developer to focus on what is special for each piece of business function to be implemented.

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