Category Archives: UML

How can MDriven be so much more efficient than other system development tools?

It all comes down to the environment you act in and what you can expect from it. In MDriven you completely control the environment by creating the model. This means that you fully control the rules of the game. If … Continue reading

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AutoForms–get more with less faster (Updated)

This new feature I think is super cool. Once again we take the framework we develop and fold it down on itself to create new value. By statically analyzing the definition in classes – and feeding that information back into … Continue reading

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Build Enterprise Information Systems

Define classes that act as descriptions on what data there is Add associations between classes to get descriptions of aggregated things Add state machines to reflect the business rules of data change Tryout your classes with data by creating objects … Continue reading

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Reverse Derivation

Derivation is when you provide an ocl expression in the definition of an Attribute of AssociationEnd. This expression is then the definition of the content of this object member. Derivations are very powerful and remove the need for repeating definitions … Continue reading

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Complexity shows up almost immediately–get the tools to manage it

Listening to the business requirements is really the only way to help the business with information management. But listening to the business will take you places you would never had thought of yourself. It always starts out small and neat; … Continue reading

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SOAP the protocol from the stone age

As I showed earlier we can real easy set up consumption of REST services provided by someone else – and we can just as easily expose REST services to others from our running MDriven system. But then someone came along … Continue reading

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Rest Services In MDriven

How to expose MDriven Turnkey Rest ServicesHow to consume Rest services in MDriven Turnkey What is REST? How does it work with MDriven turnkey? calling an existing REST service exposing ourself as REST service MDriven turnkey app slot how to … Continue reading

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OCL Expressions Part 3

An introduction to OCL – the object constraints language – by example. The session also introduce the new MDriven debugger and shows how to get instant results of modelling efforts – part 3 of 3 derivation properties percentage property calculation … Continue reading

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OCL Expressions Part 2

An introduction to OCL – the object constraints language – by example. The session also introduce the new MDriven debugger and shows how to get instant results of modelling efforts. This part includes overview on: code comments associations temporary variables … Continue reading

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OCL Expressions Part 1

An introduction to OCL – the object contraints language – by example. The session also introduce the new MDriven debugger and shows how to get instant results of modelling efforts Common expressions .create .allinstances .select .asstring .representation at0 and at … Continue reading

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