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OFMP Technical Overview at Eclipse Summit Europe [message #4805] Sat, 29 September 2007 09:40 Go to next message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic ConrotteFriend
Messages: 125
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
As you already know it, 2 talks about OFMP will take place during Eclipse
Summit Europe:
1- A business oriented symposia called Open Financial Market Platform:
Services for a Banking Platform:
http://www.eclipsecon.org/summiteurope2007/index.php?page=sy mposia/#openfinancial
2- A technical overview of OFMP:
http://www.eclipsecon.org/summiteurope2007/index.php?page=de tail/&id=54

For this technical overview, we will present how Eclipse as an IDE and
Eclipse RCP technologies helped us to quickly build a high quality
enterprise application:

* We use Eclipse technologies like Eclipse DataBinding on UI side to reduce
coding errors, improve readability and speedup development.
* PDE headless build to quickly deploy client latest versions.
* BIRT has been integrated as an on-demand as well as a scheduled solution
to provide financial reporting capabilities.

We also use the Rich Client Markup Language (RCML.net). It combines XML and
JavaScript to program rich clients based on Eclipse's Rich Client Platform
(RCP) in a very efficient way.

We will show a live demo of the project's current status and what can be
expected from OFMP.

We will present also the way we plan to migrate our current J2EE based
(JBoss) application server to OSGi technology. The benefits, we are
expecting from this step is better service granularity, managebility and
ease of deployment.

Frederic
Re: OFMP Technical Overview at Eclipse Summit Europe [message #6083 is a reply to message #4805] Wed, 17 October 2007 18:58 Go to previous message
Anton Arhipov is currently offline Anton ArhipovFriend
Messages: 15
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi!

Unfortunately I couldn't participate in ESE this year.
So, i might have a bit stupid question now about the business-oriented
functionality of the platform.
It seems that the current functional supported is oriented towards
trading and risk management. But will it provide a base for the
corporate actions processing? This is kind an inevitable functionality
to have with regards to the financial markets....


Cheers!
Anton

fred wrote:
> As you already know it, 2 talks about OFMP will take place during Eclipse
> Summit Europe:
> 1- A business oriented symposia called Open Financial Market Platform:
> Services for a Banking Platform:
> http://www.eclipsecon.org/summiteurope2007/index.php?page=sy mposia/#openfinancial
> 2- A technical overview of OFMP:
> http://www.eclipsecon.org/summiteurope2007/index.php?page=de tail/&id=54
>
> For this technical overview, we will present how Eclipse as an IDE and
> Eclipse RCP technologies helped us to quickly build a high quality
> enterprise application:
>
> * We use Eclipse technologies like Eclipse DataBinding on UI side to reduce
> coding errors, improve readability and speedup development.
> * PDE headless build to quickly deploy client latest versions.
> * BIRT has been integrated as an on-demand as well as a scheduled solution
> to provide financial reporting capabilities.
>
> We also use the Rich Client Markup Language (RCML.net). It combines XML and
> JavaScript to program rich clients based on Eclipse's Rich Client Platform
> (RCP) in a very efficient way.
>
> We will show a live demo of the project's current status and what can be
> expected from OFMP.
>
> We will present also the way we plan to migrate our current J2EE based
> (JBoss) application server to OSGi technology. The benefits, we are
> expecting from this step is better service granularity, managebility and
> ease of deployment.
>
> Frederic
Re: OFMP Technical Overview at Eclipse Summit Europe [message #567024 is a reply to message #4805] Wed, 17 October 2007 18:58 Go to previous message
Anton Arhipov is currently offline Anton ArhipovFriend
Messages: 15
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi!

Unfortunately I couldn't participate in ESE this year.
So, i might have a bit stupid question now about the business-oriented
functionality of the platform.
It seems that the current functional supported is oriented towards
trading and risk management. But will it provide a base for the
corporate actions processing? This is kind an inevitable functionality
to have with regards to the financial markets....


Cheers!
Anton

fred wrote:
> As you already know it, 2 talks about OFMP will take place during Eclipse
> Summit Europe:
> 1- A business oriented symposia called Open Financial Market Platform:
> Services for a Banking Platform:
> http://www.eclipsecon.org/summiteurope2007/index.php?page=sy mposia/#openfinancial
> 2- A technical overview of OFMP:
> http://www.eclipsecon.org/summiteurope2007/index.php?page=de tail/&id=54
>
> For this technical overview, we will present how Eclipse as an IDE and
> Eclipse RCP technologies helped us to quickly build a high quality
> enterprise application:
>
> * We use Eclipse technologies like Eclipse DataBinding on UI side to reduce
> coding errors, improve readability and speedup development.
> * PDE headless build to quickly deploy client latest versions.
> * BIRT has been integrated as an on-demand as well as a scheduled solution
> to provide financial reporting capabilities.
>
> We also use the Rich Client Markup Language (RCML.net). It combines XML and
> JavaScript to program rich clients based on Eclipse's Rich Client Platform
> (RCP) in a very efficient way.
>
> We will show a live demo of the project's current status and what can be
> expected from OFMP.
>
> We will present also the way we plan to migrate our current J2EE based
> (JBoss) application server to OSGi technology. The benefits, we are
> expecting from this step is better service granularity, managebility and
> ease of deployment.
>
> Frederic
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