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This process integration pack uses a common object model and an open, Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)-based integration approach.
The technology allowed Pacific Life to reuse all the key and core Common Object Model components of its sales-illustration system that it didn't want to rewrite and at the same time allowed the company to innovate using Web services to move the application onto the Internet quickly with minimal new investment.
Siebel agreed to license IBM's business process templates and common object models for development and delivery of a pre-built customer-driven business process library that is a key component of UAN.
Second, OLE Automation provides a framework to set a standard for the Common Object Model (COM), enabling users to create building blocks for application development and code that can be reusable.
It includes an expanded object-oriented architecture based on the Common Object Model framework being built by Digital and Microsoft.
1 standard defines a Common Object Model , which may be used to design the network capability of a Smart Sensor device, but does not define a standard way to connect Smart Sensor devices to different types of networks.
As part of the Oracle Application Integration Architecture, Oracle is delivering pre-built integrations across Oracle ERP, CRM and industry applications using a common object model and an open, Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) based platform.
The entire RadiantOne suite is built on a common object model with an advanced join engine and different levels of virtualization, for a smoother upgrade path.