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Transformation between JavaBeans and SaveComp software component models



Publication Type:

Student Thesis


Component-based software engineering (CBSE) is an approach where systems are built from preexisting software components. To ensure interoperability between components, component specifications conform to a particular component model. Many component models exist and there is often a need for transformation between two different component models. In this thesis the basic concepts of CBSE are described. Two component models are presented – JavaBeans and SaveCCM. A transformation between them is discussed and implemented.


author = {Juraj Feljan},
title = {Transformation between JavaBeans and SaveComp software component models},
month = {July},
year = {2008},
url = {}