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Queries regarding Logical and Storage Models of Items

Abhishek Minde (7121912) | asked Nov 20 '08, 11:39 a.m.
Please refer to the following thread in the academic and research forum section.

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Todd Lainhart (40611) | answered Nov 20 '08, 1:58 p.m.
abhminde wrote:
Please refer to the following thread in the academic and research
forum section.

I'm not sure how to handle this cross-post, but I'll suggest that if you want to
take advantage of the larger Jazz community in the area extending the platform,
you should post to this group. Your questions below:

1) How to define logical model?

In many cases your logical model is your storage model as well as your wire
representation model. This is true for objects that have both a client and
server representation, and those objects that have a wire representation
(transferred between the client and server via RPC or REST services). For the
cases where your logical objects are not your storage objects, you are free to
define them anyway you wish.

Otherwise you define your logical/storage model using EMF-modelling.

2) Where (code component) we can define logical and storage models?

You define these in your component. That is, you define a component that is an
extension of the Jazz platform.

3) It is mentioned that there is some Jazz specific tool to compile logical
to storage, can anyone let us know about it more?

The information that we have for extending the Jazz Platform 0.6 can be found in
the team wiki at . Here's a couple of articles to get you started:

Todd Lainhart
Jazz Repository/Foundation Team

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Abhishek Minde (7121912) | answered Nov 20 '08, 11:50 p.m.
Thanks Todd for your valuable reply. This has provided a good headstart.

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