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SOA type application


I'm about to start development of a SOA type application using C# and
Visual Studio team System.

Description: A Business layer contains a web service that uses a
Business Component; this business component talks to the Data Access
The data access layer consists of a data access component that is used
directly from the business components.
The data access layer also has a service gateway - a web service that
uses a controller component to decide whether real data services or
mock data services are used.
So, I have web services and components (class libraries).

Question: I started modelling this with the Application Designer in
Visual Studio, but there is no way of adding Class Libraries projects
to the diagram. I read that this is because they are not real
'applications' (not a configurable unit of deployment).
But my data access layer is a class library...
Should I just model the services in the application designer and
create the class libraries by hand? The data access layer would be
missing on the design then - and I don't like that! Or should I just
skip this modelling stuff and create the projects myself?

Kind regards,
May 15 '07 #1
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