Business logic

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Business logic, or domain logic, is a non-technical term generally used to describe the functional algorithms that handle information exchange between a database and a user interface.


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Scope of business logic

Business logic:

  • models real life business objects (such as accounts, loan, itineraries, and inventories)
  • prescribes how business objects interact with one another
  • enforces the routes and the methods by which Exporting businesses or business objects are accessed and updated


Business logic comprises:

  • business rules that express business policy (such as channels, location, logistics, prices, and products); and
  • workflows that are the ordered tasks of passing documents or data from one participant (a person or a software system) to another.


Business logic

Business logic in theory occupies the middle tier of a 3-tier architecture.

In single-tier applications, business logic, presentation logic, and CRUD are often used, with each having intimate knowledge of, or being strongly coupled to, the others. This is seen as problematic, since changes to one result in changes to both of the others, requiring retesting and revalidation of the entire system for a single change. The interweaving also limits the extent to which the CRUD and the business logic can be reused.


References:

1.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_logic


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