Context maps shows the contexts that comprise a system and how they interrelate. In this video, learn how to build a map by representing the contextual structure of our online store.
- [Instructor] So our event map is finished at this point, … but there are a couple of other diagrams … that might be useful, … especially if the map gets really large, … 'cause this one is not particularly large. … It's only handling one small story. … So there are two things that we're trying to capture … in these other diagrams. … The first one is the relationship … between the larger bounded contexts, … and the second one is the individual endings … and what sort of work do they have to do? … So let's start with the first one, … the notion of the context affinity map. … The basic idea here is that we want … to capture all of our contexts. … Now this is going to get kind of small … because I need some room to work here, … but let's, let's make this guy smaller … and I'll put it off to the side. … And we'll start looking at what the individual contexts are. … So first of all, there, … and I'm going to just do this by hand here. … So first of all, we have a warehouse context. … And I have an order processing context. …
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