A quick tour to start working with OOModels
- OOModels is a repository for modelling artefacts of all kinds. The majority of content will consist of classes or packages.
- An example of such a class is Artefact:Model/net/leue/andreas/sandbox/model03/Person. It - obviously - models a preson.
- Press "edit" or "view source" to see how the class is specified. In this case, it's in WIML notation.
- To download an artefact, press the "Download Code" link in the box on the right side of the page. There, select a target format, don't forget to check the disclaimer confirmation checkbox, and press download. Note, that you can download the code either as specified or converted.
- If you work with an application, you need to select a subset of classes you need from oomodels. To do this, you define a bundle, e.g. Artefact:Bundle/net/leue/andreas/sandbox/model03/Model03. Here, you list all classes you want to select, or just list a packages and thereby implicitly select all classes in that package, or you include other bundles.
- Bundles can also be "downloaded", if you do so, you can get a resolved list of all final artefact pages you need for that project.
- If you're working with eclipse, you can use a plugin (see DevelopmentPlan, direct link eclipse updatesite, currently still a bit slow because of mediawiki, which isn't made for mass downloads, we're working on a cache - want to contribute?).
- You can also integrate the download software into your own application. It already works as a standalone commandline downlaoder, and within Sphenon's EM/OS system.
- To start your own project (classes, packages. bundles etc.), see this short introduction.
- An exmaple of a diagram.
The overall picture
OOModels contains Artefacts | | Artefact:Model org oomodels sandbox Artefacts have a Type business (and other metadata) foundation e.g. WIML or XMI | entities | | Company ------------------------------- Artefacts can be downloaded | Person + during download, they can be converted | Name into another format, like WIML or XMI | ... | + conversions are specified within the wiki itself Artefacts are organised in Namespaces, by adding a converter (e.g. OOEM to Java POJO), and they belong to a Domain and a template (e.g. ooem-1.0-java-pojoraw-1.0) | learn more... + there is an eclipse plugin to download directly into your eclipse workspace
Wiki Structure (Namespaces)Template:·
Mediawiki Help Pages
OOModels QuickstartTemplate:· GlossaryTemplate:· ArtefactSyntaxTemplate:· TypeSyntaxTemplate:· NamespaceSyntaxTemplate:· PackageSyntaxTemplate:· ConversionStepSyntax
HowToStartAProjectTemplate:· HowToAddAModelTemplate:· HowToAddAFormatTemplate:· HowToAddAPackageTemplate:· HowToAddANamespaceTemplate:· HowToAddAContact