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Difference between revisions of "STP/IM Component/STP Internal Model Discussion"

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[STP Internal Model]
 
 
 
This page aims to serve as a starting point for a discussion on the internal representation of artefacts in Eclipse STP.
 
This page aims to serve as a starting point for a discussion on the internal representation of artefacts in Eclipse STP.
 
It is envisaged that several editors will be used separately or in coordination in order to create SOA entities and architectures. Examples of such editors include
 
It is envisaged that several editors will be used separately or in coordination in order to create SOA entities and architectures. Examples of such editors include
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Each editor uses its own internal (meta-)model corresponding to its underlying foundation (SCA, JBI etc).
 
Each editor uses its own internal (meta-)model corresponding to its underlying foundation (SCA, JBI etc).
--[[User:Adrian.mos.inria.fr|Adrian.mos.inria.fr]] 10:17, 21 June 2007 (EDT)
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The following subsections present a very simplified and limited subset of the (meta-)models for SCA and JBI.
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== SCA ==
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[[Image:SCA-model.png]]
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== JBI ==
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[[Image:JBI-model.png]]

Revision as of 09:20, 21 June 2007

This page aims to serve as a starting point for a discussion on the internal representation of artefacts in Eclipse STP. It is envisaged that several editors will be used separately or in coordination in order to create SOA entities and architectures. Examples of such editors include

  • SCA Editor
  • JBI Editor
  • BPMN editor
  • BPEL editor

Each editor uses its own internal (meta-)model corresponding to its underlying foundation (SCA, JBI etc).

The following subsections present a very simplified and limited subset of the (meta-)models for SCA and JBI.

SCA

SCA-model.png

JBI

JBI-model.png