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Links 1 through 10 of 10 by Oracle Technology Network tagged reuse

"Reusability was always a strong part of ADF," says Oracle ACE Director Andrejus Baranovskis. "The same high reusability level is supported now in ADF Mobile." The objective of this post is "to prove technically that [the] reusable architecture concept works for ADF Mobile."

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"The task flow mechanism embodies one of the key value propositions of the ADF Framework," says Duncan Mills. "However, what if we could do more? How could we make task flows even more re-usable than they are today?" As you might expect, Duncan has answers for those questions.

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This document from the IT Strategies from Oracle library focuses on integrated asset management and the need to insure that assets are properly tracked and reused in a manner that provides a holistic functional view of the enterprise.

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A reusable service can be defined by the principles to which it adheres. Chief among those are the principles that are the foundation for all SOA architectures. This article by Gabriel Bechara describes those principles and how they can be used as a starting point for your SOA discussions.

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Collaborate on this wiki-based article about getting ADF applications to take better advantage of code reuse.

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Most of what is said about SOA Governance and management of (the life cycle of) services and service related artefacts, really applies to all software components meant to last longer than say three months, especially those we aspire to reuse.

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The hardest step in this process, like the hardest step in a genuine SOA application, is a purely architectural one. You need to change gears from developing stand-alone applications to building a portfolio of services.

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It's not that organizations aren't building enough services, it's that organizations aren't encouraging the creation of enough reusable services.

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Services in an SOA are indeed sharable, but that sharing constitutes reuse. The whole point of sharing services is to reuse the functionality individual services provide in order to eliminate the need to recreate that functionality from scratch...

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SOA governance is a big deal, truly important stuff. It covers lots of territory and involves lots of people taking lots of aspirin. Get it right, and your SOA initiative has a far greater chance of success. Get it wrong...

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