Reduce Development and Maintenance Time Using an Object-Oriented Framework

  • by W. Patrick Tunney, SAP Business Analyst, WPT Consulting Inc.
  • May 15, 2004
Changing market demands, bug fixes, and feature requests all conspire to confound software development, deployment, and ongoing maintenance efforts. While isolating application logic from the underlying system infrastructure is a well-established object-oriented design concept for simplifying such efforts, there is no similar model for SAP Java Connector (JCo) server environments. This article shows you how to apply object-oriented design to JCo server programming, and simplify your software development lifecycle, by using the JCo API to create a framework that implements the Java-side application logic independent from the JCo server infrastructure.

W. Patrick Tunney

W. Patrick Tunney began his SAP career working for SAP at its Karlsruhe, Germany facility in 2000. Since then, he has become a recognized expert in the areas of supply chain logistics and warehouse management. As founder and president of WPT Consulting, Patrick helps clients get the most out of their investments in their SAP systems through the application of best practices that ensure maximum ROI. Patrick currently resides in Toms River, New Jersey.

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