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Chapter 5: Time Off Management > Business Patterns

BUSINESS PATTERNS

While solving the time off management problem, you can implement the following business patterns:

  • Time Bank: Similar to the technical pattern of the same name, this business pattern establishes how you manage access and consumption of limited resources (hours in this case). The time bank business pattern answers questions such as 1) How is time originally entered? 2) Who is allowed to withdraw that time? 3) What rules constrain the use of those hours?
  • Simple Approval: Provides for a single level of approval and the requirements to support it.
  • Complex Security: Employee benefits are always private, unless the employee chooses to share them with others. SharePoint certainly should never expose this kind of private information. The complex security pattern can help you identify a process by which 1) You identify when information must be private, 2) How to identify that information in specific SharePoint terms (that is lists, libraries, and so on), and 3) Techniques you can use from a design perspective to ensure that accidents don’t happen. In the context of this chapter, you use this pattern to ensure that no employee’s information is visible to any other employee except his direct manager and HR administration.

  

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