The technical solution for this case study involved several steps to ensure that the Freight Management system met the business requirements and provided a comprehensive solution for managing shipment movements.
The first step was gathering business requirements and creating technical design documents. This involved working with the business stakeholders to understand their needs and translate them into a technical design that would support the desired functionality.
Next, an Impact analysis document was created to assess the impact of the new system on the existing infrastructure and identify any potential issues that needed to be addressed.
The business layer was developed using Java, Java EE, JMS, and SOAP/REST web services to support the business logic and functionality of the system. The data layer was developed using EclipseLink, Oracle, and DB2 to provide a robust and scalable solution for storing and managing data.
The system was developed using a Test-Driven approach, with Junit and Mockito being used to create automated test cases. Additionally, manual testing was performed to ensure that the system met the business requirements and provided a high-quality solution.
Finally, the system was deployed using Jenkins for the automated CI/CD build process and Azure Cloud for production deployments. This provided a robust and scalable solution that could handle the demands of the business and support the growth of the company.