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== Base ==
 
== Base ==
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[[Pattern Based Artifact Creation]] : Use this extension point to specify the " style" of artifacts that can be created from the wizard. You can add default sterotypes, annotations, fields etc to your artifacts, as well as change icons and disable other patterns.
  
 
[[Custom Audit Rules]] : Use this to implement rules that are specific to your install (eg audit adherence to your project naming conventions).
 
[[Custom Audit Rules]] : Use this to implement rules that are specific to your install (eg audit adherence to your project naming conventions).
  
[[Tigerstripe Custom Naming Rules]] : Use this to implement naming comventions that are specific to your install (eg to specify associationEnd names based on the entities to which they are connected).
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[[Tigerstripe Custom Naming Rules]] : Use this to implement naming conventions that are specific to your install (eg to specify associationEnd names based on the entities to which they are connected).
  
 
== UML2 Import ==
 
== UML2 Import ==

Revision as of 10:44, 3 October 2008

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Tigerstripe Extension Points

Tigerstripe supports a number of Extension points which can be used to implement site specific behaviour.

Base

Pattern Based Artifact Creation : Use this extension point to specify the " style" of artifacts that can be created from the wizard. You can add default sterotypes, annotations, fields etc to your artifacts, as well as change icons and disable other patterns.

Custom Audit Rules : Use this to implement rules that are specific to your install (eg audit adherence to your project naming conventions).

Tigerstripe Custom Naming Rules : Use this to implement naming conventions that are specific to your install (eg to specify associationEnd names based on the entities to which they are connected).

UML2 Import

UML Import Model Trimmer : Can be used to select subsets of the imported file (eg by ignoring elements with "private" Stereotypes).

UML Import Model Mapper  : Can be used to specify how UML2 Classes map to Tigerstripe Artifacts (eg using Stereotypes to drive the mapping).