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Managing and Retrieving Resource Information Via OSLC Architecture Management

Using the OSLC Architecture Management 2.0 implementation in Enterprise Architect, you can retrieve a wealth of information on Packages, elements and diagrams as model resources.

Resource Information

This information on Resources can be retrieved:

Resource

Information

See also

Package

  • Properties
  • Requirements
  • Constraints
  • Scenarios
  • Files
  • Discussions and Replies
  • Tagged Values
  • Tests
  • Resource Allocation
  • Changes
  • Defects
  • Issues
  • Tasks
  • Events
  • Decisions
  • Efforts
  • Risks
  • Metrics
  • Connectors
Requirements Constraints Scenarios Informal Discussions Tagged Values Create Test Records Resource Allocation Create Maintenance Items Effort Management Risk Management Metrics Connector Properties Associated Files General Settings

Element

Includes all the information that can be retrieved for a Package (as listed in the Package row), plus:

  • Run State
  • Attributes and attribute Tagged Values
  • Operations and operation Tagged Values
  • Operation Parameters
Run-time State Define Parameters Attribute Tagged Values Operation Tagged Values Operations

Diagram

  • Properties
  • Diagram Image (Base64 encoded PNG file as a BLOB)
General Tab UML Diagrams

Managing Resources

With the OSLC Architecture Management 2.0 implementation in Enterprise Architect, it is possible to create and update these Resources and Resource Features:

  • Package
         -  Discussions and Replies
         -  Tagged Values
         -  Tests
         -  Resource Allocations
         -  Maintenance Items (Changes, Defects, Issues, Tasks, Events, Decisions)
         -  Project Management Items (Efforts, Risks, Metrics)
  • Element
         -  Attributes
         -  Operations
         -  Operation Parameters
         -  Discussions and Replies
         -  Tagged Values
         -  Tests
         -  Resource Allocations
         -  Maintenance Items (Changes, Defects, Issues, Tasks, Events, Decisions)
         -  Project Management Items (Efforts, Risks, Metrics)
  • Connectors

Deleting Resources

With the OSLC Architecture Management 2.0 implementation in Enterprise Architect, it is possible to delete these Resources and Resource Features:

  • Resources and Resource Features that can be created and updated (as specified in Managing Resources)
  • Attribute Tagged Values
  • Operation Tagged Values

Notes

  • This facility is available through these Enterprise Architect Pro Cloud Server Editions, under Enterprise Architect Release 13.5 or higher: Small Business Edition, Team Server Edition and Enterprise Server Edition
  • When a Resource or Resource Feature is created, updated or deleted via OSLC in a model that has Auditing enabled, the changes made to the model will not be logged