8. Implementation View
The implementation view depicts the physical composition of the implementation in terms of implementation artifacts such as source code, data, development frameworks, distributable files and executable files.
The implementation layer must be aligned and fit the layers defined in the architecture vision and the best practices to support this architecture. The ContosOnline system will be developed using the technologies described in the sub-section 3.1 Implementation Strategy.
The implementation strategy is to implement each logical layer inside an independent .NET assembly. Inside each assembly, you can find the modules logically separated by namespaces (For further details, see the following table).
8.2.1 Presentation Layer
The Presentation layer contains all the components needed to allow interactions with an end-user. It encompasses the user interface and how to handle the user requests and responses.
In order to present a common layout in all the pages of the application, we´re going to use the approach Master Page of ASP.NET.
8.2.2 Service Layer
The Service layer contain all the definitions of the services that are exposed to external systems such as service contracts (operations, message format, message exchange pattern), the communication patterns (REST vs SOAP), url and the behavior of the service. The Service layer will be developed using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and the underlying programming model.
8.2.3 Business Logic layer
The Business Logic layer contains all the components that represent the concepts to support the business process. It contains business objects, entities, rules workflows, and so on. The Business Logic layer will be developed using C# and the underlying technologies provided by Microsoft.NET.
8.2.4 Data Access layer
The Data Access layer contains all the components that represent the entities mapped to the relational schema and the communication mechanisms with the database engine. It also contains the logic to access other data source as well as the definitions of Web services’ clients (service agents). The Data Access layer will be developed using C# and LINQ as the ORM technology.
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