What Is a Business Object?

From the design perspective a business object defines a "thing" that end-users use in their day-to-day activities. For example:

From the implementation perspective a business object exists within an application and defines the lowest level of end-user navigation control.


For example, in VLF-ONE business objects are used for navigation like this:



In VLF-WIN they are used like this:

Note that both VLF-ONE and VLF-WIN can visualize end-user navigations in ways other than show here.