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In this way, for each use case, the type and structure of information that are needed for its performance are defined. 7). The business component provides services to support a cohesive set of use cases, and it requires services that are required by these use cases. Next, domain data objects used by particular services of the business component in order to support and realize corresponding use cases should be considered. These data objects represent information about the domain that the component should obtain in order to expose required behavior; they can be considered parameters of component services.
Two models should be created at the beginning: the domain object model and the model that defines the flow of activities in the system. The domain object model represents business domain entities handled by the system, their main attributes, and the relationships among them. This model represents a high-level domain vocabulary of the system being developed. Next to it, the activity diagram is defined to show the flow of business processes and activities that the system should support. The specified activity diagram assists in identifying and defining use cases of the system.
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