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This page shows how to add packages and technical data to the process.

Adding packages and roles

First, we will create some packages to order our roles, etc. for the future diagrams. Go to the overview page and select “Add” in the Roles section.

By clicking with the right mouse button on “Model: Simple Process” you can select “New package” and enter the name of the package (or just use the “New Package” button):

We enter the name “Roles”, and click on “OK”. Then we create a new role called “Testrole” in the roles package.

Hint You only need to create the package “Roles”, if you didn’t activate the button for automatically generating the packages, otherwise you can leave that step behind since a default package for roles has already been created.

Now your overview page should look similar to the following:

Adding applications and data

Similar to the previous step we will add two packages for applications and data and insert our first application. In the new package “Applications” we will create an application called “Internet Browser”.

In the next window you can specify the JAR-archive of the program, the Java class, the method and also WebService specific information. At least you have to specify the Java class. There are several predefined Java classes that the AgilPro Simulator can recognize. One is “eu.emundo.agilpro.fw.fe.intf.BrowserUi” for an internet browser. Other applications and their data are given in section 12.

Now you should have one role and one application.

Hint For the application to show up, the view must be set to “Technical” in the toolbar.

What we need is now the URL that the browser should open when executing it.

Therefore, we create a new package “Data” (if not already done by the auto-creation button in the new model wizard) and a new data item “Browser data”:

In order for the AgilPro Simulator to recognize what kind of data item this is, we need to specify the data type of the data item. There are several predefined data items that can be used with the AgilPro Simulator and Integration framework. For more information see section 12. Right now, we want to define a URL for our internet browser. Therefore, we create a new data type in the data package with the name “URL”. This can be achieved with the “Create datatype” button in the wizard for creating a new data.

We select this new data type and give it a value: the URL that we want to open. In our case e.g. http://www.yahoo.com.

Now we got one role, one application and one data with a specified data type and our overview page should look like the following. Be aware that the delete buttons are only enabled if the role, application or data is not used in a process model anymore, otherwise the buttons are disabled.

See also

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