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URN etd-0903112-003630 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 2000 times. Download 298 times. Author Ping-Hsin Peng Author's Email Address No Public. Department Information Management Year 2011 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 71 Title A STUDY OF BANKING L/C SYSTEM INTEGRATION USING SERVICE-ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE Keyword Letters of Credit Service-oriented Architecture Service-oriented Modeling and Architecture Foreign Exchange Import System Foreign Exchange Import System Service-oriented Modeling and Architecture Service-oriented Architecture Letters of Credit Abstract Traditional core-banking system faces problems of the information island and the lack of a more flexible business model where subsystems are independently established, hard to share data between systems, and high development cost. This study adopts service-oriented architecture (SOA) to the core-banking system using foreign exchange import business as example and focusing on the SOA solution of the L/C (letter of credit) business process. We use service-oriented modeling and architecture (Service-Oriented Modeling and Architecture, SOMA) approach to analyze issuing business process of the import L/C. The web services in the process are identified and then established that enable reusability of the existing services through the exercise of service orchestration and composition. The SOA layered architecture of the L/C management is established. According to the layered architecture we then realize the new foreign exchange import system. With the service reusability and service composability the system development time is reduced and the integration is easily achieved. The SOA solution of this study improves the use of bank’s internal information system and the prototype can serve as a reference for other banks. Advisor Committee Yung-Hsin Wang - advisor
Shing-Han Li - co-chair
Tsung Teng Chen - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2012-07-26 Date of Submission 2012-09-03