Asynchronous Message-Passing and Inter-Application Communication Software for Process Improvement in Complex Systems
Darko Galinec and
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Darko Galinec: Zagreb Polytechnic for Technical Sciences, Zagreb, Croatia
Ljerka LuiÄ‡: Karlovac University of Applied Sciences, Karlovac, Croatia
International Journal of Knowledge-Based Organizations (IJKBO), 2014, vol. 4, issue 4, 36-50
Complex systems nowadays are usually supported by previously developed or inherited application systems, which have been developed on the basis of business functions standard model. Such application systems cover particular business fields, however, since they have been developed in an independent and uncoordinated way, there are modest possibilities of interacted automated data exchange because of heterogeneous data. Because of increasing data exchange needs, enforcement of development and upgrade of programmatic procedures is required. In this connection it is necessary to find ways and means to integrate all existing application systems in given circumstances and render possible exchange and usage of all needed data in a reliable and consistent way. The problem can be solved in different ways. Asynchronous message-passing and inter-application communication software appliance imply commencement of automated data exchange among existing organizations application systems, providing for full scale control and management of mutually exchangeable data, internally as well as externally. In this connection contributing model of the running application systems integrated by means of Message-Oriented Middleware (MOM) of the complex system has been created.
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