The high level design and description of software systems frequently characterized by having large quantities of persistent data that is accessed concurrently.

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Enterprise WCF Implementation [on hold]

I'm looking for a reference, either a book, or website, where I can gain some knowledge on creating enterprise level web services, specifically WCF. In my searching I haven't found much in relation to ...
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How to approach legacy code? Desperate case [duplicate]

I have a methodological question. I am faced with a reasonably large legacy system (Java Enterprise). I am new to its codebase -as everybody in the team- since it's a product we had in outsourcing ...
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How to authenticate against an API?

In a enterprise distributed system, a user of a web portal can sign into one site, be redirected to a federation provider. Once they log in with, for example, a facebook account, that user is ...
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Single source of truth within an enterprise distributed system

Within an enterprise distributed system I have many services - an ecommerce service, a CRM, support desk, finance, billing. Many of these services share common data, such as Customer data. These ...
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Standard API Protocol for ECM Systems?

I am wondering if there is an established standard or protocol when working with APIs for document management systems or ECMs. For example, let's say I'm working on a new product and I want it to have ...
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How many Topics (queues) to practically use in an ESB

In all the Service Bus examples and tutorials I've seen, they cover publishing a single message to a single Topic that is picked up by a single listening Subscriber. Whilst this is good for a simple ...
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Responsibility of an ESB

When using an enterprise service bus, is it responsible for; a. the successful delivery of a message to a consuming application b. to successfully deliver a message until the application's ...
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Using session managed application environment vs no protection

First of all sorry for the title, I didn't know how to explain it. So here comes the story; We are bunch of coders, front-end and back-end, and we are going to create this new system, based on ...
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Using ESB for database synchronisation / replication

We're starting to look at implementing an ESB / Microservices architecture. I (think) I know about the concepts, but there's one thing I don't seem to be able to get a good idea about: data ...
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Enterprise software: Where should the code go? [duplicate]

I recently went for an interview with a software company that claims to write enterprise level software. During the interview, the interviewer remarked that its better to use the database simply to ...
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Enterprise Mashups. A good approach for .net

I'm in the middle of trying to talk our management into letting us do a portal that sits across the many, many systems that we use. I believe in using the best tool for the job so we have a good ERP, ...
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Web Service and Message Queue

We're looking at creating a web services/REST API layer that will be consumed by web and mobile clients. To make the solution more robust I was considering putting the commands from PUT, POST, and ...
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Handling Business Logic/Validation Race Conditions

I'm working on a Training Enrollment web application with the following (simplified) features: Maintenance (Add, Edit, Deactivation) of Trainings Student sign-up Student enrollment to Active ...
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How to optimize the application with huge number of database requests per minute

I have to provide free demo of some service to end users in my application. Free demo could be of 30 mins, 1 hours, 5 hours etc. (predefined time) for a new user for one time only. User can also ...
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What is the best way to create DTOs from entities and update entities from DTOs in a layered architecture?

Option 1: At first I would make a call to my service layer, which served as an API for my core domain, to get a domain object or a list of domain objects and then pass them into the assembler which ...
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How is ORB distinct from an endpoint?

What, fundamentally, am I misunderstanding about how to use appclient? The Application Client Container (ACC) includes a set of Java classes, libraries, and other files that are required for ...
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have we come full circle with microservices, back to very old school approaches?

In terms of software architecture and design, how do microservices "stack up" (pun intended) against middleware? I'm coming from Java, and it seems like as you move away from straight REST as an API, ...
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how to decide when to use database replication vs. custom REST applications vs. message brokers (pub / sub)

We have a distributed solution that's currently under design. There are a few points of integration where some application needs data from someone else and vice versa. We could solve by either ...
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Performing data operations that involve separate applications and data sources

I'm designing an enterprise application that produces output based on some input data from another application. In this case, I happen to have also built and thus do control the source application ...
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Enterprise application object oriented modeling for user and role

Generally in the Enterprise Applications like ERP or ERM, CRM, BP etc. we see two things a lot, one of them is Role and the other one is User. What happens is that in the real world we have some ...
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Use JSON objects or POJOs in back end service?

I'm building a back end service for mobile clients. The requirement is that the mobile clients will pass me a token, I'll use that token to talk to other systems (behind the company firewall) in my ...
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Application with really dynamic data structure [closed]

Well, I'm on the verge of this project that really puzzled me. The situation is, in our office, we have a department that collect data about the corporate performance indicators from all across the ...
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Architecture question about data migration

I'm facing a new enterprise project in Java about data migration. I did one of them in the past, now I want to do a better work and I think I need your considerations. So, let's me explain the ...
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Service layer - fat service classes?

Let's say that I have a service for Job Offer entity in CRM app. Job offer is related to many many things, so there will be lot of methods on service layer to interact with above. What should be ...
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Database design for objects with multiple states

Context I'm designing a database which, simplified, should be able to handle users sending job requests to each other, and after that a job can be started, finished, and reviewed. The design should ...
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java add new modules to an existing app

I have an app build with JSF2.x Spring IoC,transactions and JPA over Hibernate. This is a fully functional call center app. The challenge is that now I want to add some HR functionality where the HR ...
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Best approach for managing users that are defined inside the active directory , inside my custom application

I want to start a new asp.net mvc5 Personal Appraisals web project. Now I will have a module inside the system for managing users, and adding info such as primary role, secondary role , main skills , ...
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Sending a notification to each participant 3 hours before the meeting starts

Let's assume an application that deals with meetings where some users will participate. What is an efficient way to achieve this use case: 3 hours before the meeting should start, one reminder mail ...
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Should Form Object be considered a DTO?

I got this from one of online video tutorials. Author binds form data not to Value Object directly, but first to validable DTO, and THEN to Value Object, using service. Example: package ...
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Help Improve DB model/strategy, for use in refactoring SQL-ridden legacy code

Question: Which design pattern do I use to help me refactor legacy SQL code into separate classes? Goal Bring in concepts of data separation and database separation and also latest modern ...
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Communication between Multiple Presenters in MVP

I'm designing an application using the MVP pattern, but a few of the edge cases for the system rely on communication between multiple presenters. View 1 calls Presenter 1 which does Operation A ...
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Coordinating a complicated data migration process

A project I'm involved in has suffered a change in scope, and before I set about trying to cook up some homegrown solution, I'm wondering if there is something out there -- some framework, for example ...
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Proper Architecture for DBContext and Migrations with Multiple Projects

I have multiple projects that will be using the same business objects (customer, order) but the projects operate in different databases within the organization and I would like to understand the ...
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What layers reference each other in a multi layer design? [duplicate]

I'm creating a project and I'm having difficulty and contrasting opinions on how to do things when it comes down to separating layers. I'm not fully sure what layers should reference each other. I ...
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What is the advantage of using Direct Web Remoting over a REST web services design? [closed]

I have an enterprise Java web application deployed in tomcat. I am looking for ways to integrate a HTML & JS UI with the mid tier java code. So far, looking around I have found that there are two ...
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How to use ViewModels in a layered architecture?

I've got a Java application that is using a layered architecture, we have: presentation layer, business layer and data access layer. Our business layer uses the models to process the "requests". We ...
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Single database, multiple system dependency

Consider an environment where we have a single, core database, with many separate systems using this one database. This leads to all of these systems have a common dependency, which ultimately ...
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How to manage security of these self hosted web apis, to ensure that the request coming for accessing data is authenticated?

Let's pretend I am going to work on an enterprise application. Say I have 11 modules in the application and I would have to develop Dashboards for every role in the organization for whom I are going ...
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How to ensure the success of processes after a deadlock exception occurs?

No matter the programming language is and whatever the database is, the concept should be the same: I have 2 threads, each locking some database entities and inserting new data in database. Let's ...
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Observing progress of a distributed system

For a distributed system, there is a requirement of observing the progress of smaller applications on distributed computers (runtime 5 - 20 minutes). There is a web fronted, which right now only ...
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Multiple intranet/internet systems partially working on same data - database strategy

We are starting rewritting our apps (Internet portal, millions of unique users and few CRM/ERP systems, few hundred users) and we have a huge decision to make now. We are going to write them mostly ...
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Multilayered enterprise application use of JAXB objects

I am asked to refactor and maintain an enterprise application. Normally I'm used to using the MVC design pattern. This time however, I'd like to separate everything into layers (multilayered ...
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How to design extension mechanism for java app

I have an application where I have a set of core features. The application itself HAS to work in core only mode. I would also want to make the application extensible such that, when certain ...
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Let applications share a database or keep them in sync with web services?

We have decided to build separate applications for user authentication and user management. The reason is that the the former is a "this just needs to always work, and do so instantly" style service, ...
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What is the Enterprise Architecture Pattern called for a web service wrapping a web service?

As part of a service orientated architecture (SOA) I've been asked to create a web service which itself acquires data from a third party web service. I'm to hide any implementation specific details ...
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does class reference itself static anti pattern in prism

I have an application and my desing approach look like this: class Manager { public int State; static Manager _instance = null; public static Manager Instance { get { return ...
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Preferred way for dealing with customer-defined data in enterprise application

Let's say that we have a small enterprise web (intranet) application for managing data for car dealers. It has screens for managing customers, inventory, orders, warranties and workshops. This ...
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Where to store global enterprise properties?

I'm faced with a crowd of java applications, which need different global enterprise wide properties for operation, for example: hostname of the central RDBMS, hostname and location of the central ...
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If I unite many web apps into one, will I save resources?

I'm comparing 2 different approaches of J2EE application architecture: Divide independent parts as modules of one big web app. Divide independent parts as different web apps running on same server. ...
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How should a JEE application store credentials for logging in to an external system?

I am in a situation where I have a Web Application (WAR) that is accessing a REST service provided by another application. The REST service uses Basic HTTP Authentication. So that means the ...