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Software architecture based on XMLmessages in a project for secondary loan trading

Author(s): Majewski, Slawomir Piotr

Date: 2017

Persistent ID: http://hdl.handle.net/10362/22164

Origin: Repositório Institucional da UNL

Subject(s): Software architecture; XML messages; Secondary loan trading


Description

In many business cases having a single application serving multiple technical and functional purposes is not a viable solution, especially in financial or banking environment which requirements are especially demanding considering the simple fact that there is money involved. Design of the appropriate software architecture and the following maintenance of the quality of data is possible thanks to the utilization of XML messages that permit establishing a connection between various applications. The flexibility of such solution allows the information to flow through designed architecture and be integrated according to the rules specified. This report details a project realized in a multinational investment bank in the business line of secondary trading for syndicated loans. The structure developed on the technical level was not tailormade for the software utilized across three different locations and required adjustments and further developments in order to achieve properly functioning infrastructure. This work describes the phases of the project, its challenges and finally an overview of solutions developed, but beforehand provides the reader with a background information on the business the project is realized for as well as the software involved in the infrastructure designed.

Internship Report presented as the partial requirement for obtaining a Master's degree in Information Management, specialization in Knowledge Management and Business Intelligence

Document Type Master thesis
Language English
Advisor(s) Santos, Vitor Manuel Pereira Duarte dos; Botelho, Joaquim
Contributor(s) Majewski, Slawomir Piotr
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