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== Simple Telecom Network ==
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This tutorial is a step-by-step guide to creating a domain specific language (DSL) and an associated GMF based graphical editor. The tutorial is driven through the GMF process by the GMF dashboard.
  
The following Flash demo shows the creation of a simple 3G telecom network using the Ecore Tools project.
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The first zip file below contains a Flash based demo showing the creation of a simple DSL for a 3G telecom network. The demo uses the [http://www.eclipse.org/modeling/emft/?project=ecoretools Ecore Tools] project to define the DSL. Once the DSL is defined we use the GMF to build a graphical editor to assist end users, normally telecom operators, who which to model their own 3G telecom network.
  
 
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The second zip file below is a Flash based demo showing how an operator would use our GMF based editor to build a model of their 3G network.
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[[Image:TNM0.png]]

Latest revision as of 07:55, 21 July 2011

This tutorial is a step-by-step guide to creating a domain specific language (DSL) and an associated GMF based graphical editor. The tutorial is driven through the GMF process by the GMF dashboard.

The first zip file below contains a Flash based demo showing the creation of a simple DSL for a 3G telecom network. The demo uses the Ecore Tools project to define the DSL. Once the DSL is defined we use the GMF to build a graphical editor to assist end users, normally telecom operators, who which to model their own 3G telecom network.

media:part-1.zip

TN.png

The second zip file below is a Flash based demo showing how an operator would use our GMF based editor to build a model of their 3G network.

media:part-2.zip

TNM0.png