Objectory


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Objectory

(programming)
An object-oriented methodology mostly created by Ivar Jacobson.
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Existing Rational Objectory Process(TM) customers will receive a free upgrade as a part of their maintenance agreement.
Jacobson founded the company that became Objectory, a design and development company that took advantage of his use-case approach and which was eventually acquired by Rational Software, where Jacobson started working with Grady Booch and James Rumbaugh to first create the UML.
The Rational Unified Process is a superset of the current Rational Objectory Process, and will replace the Rational Objectory Process when it becomes available.
While serving as Deputy CEO of Objectory Corporation in the early 1990s, she collaborated closely with Ivar Jacobson, one of the inventors of what came to be known as the Rational Unified Process.
In addition, the companies announced that ObjectShare has also signed an agreement to resell Rational Rose, Rational's RequisitePro, and Objectory Process products in a bundled solution with VisualWorks and PARTS for Java.
Ostling has deep experience in the development and implementation of Unified Modeling Language (UML), Rational Unified Process (RUP) and its predecessor, Objectory.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- Rational(R) Software Corporation (Nasdaq: RATL) today announced a new version of the Rational Objectory Process, a configurable framework for software development that merges the best practices of implementing the Unified Modeling Language (UML) standard with proven solutions for object-oriented and component-based development.
In the early 1990s, Objectory was further expanded to include business engineering, thereby offering a more complete understanding of the business context to better capture software requirements.
Rational's lifecycle solution includes the configurable Rational Objectory Process; Rational Rose/Ada for visual modeling, automatic generation of Ada source code, and reverse-engineering of existing Ada source code back to a visual model of the system; TestMate for automated testing and coverage analysis; and SoDA for automated generation of software and project documentation.
This 'team of teams' combines the efforts of Unified Modeling Language (UML) authors Grady Booch, Ivar Jacobson and James Rumbaugh, the Rational Objectory Process team and our education and training services team to create an integrated program that helps customers apply Rational's methods and tools to the application development challenge.
The tutorial features tips for making Rose 98 work optimally, using a variety of techniques, including: narrated screen movies, "talking-head" video tutorials, a collection of RoseScripts, the Objectory Add-In from Rational, and a 30 day evaluation copy of Rose 98.