A type of resources contained by the design (e.g.
Requirement) may be used for types with different titles (e.g.
A property defined for a type, either a primitive attribute or a reference to other resources.
A property which is represented on a resource as a primitive value. A primitive property is to use for attributes defined in the authoring tool that are not mapped to standard OSLC attributes, which are title, shortTitle, description, created and modified.
A property which is represented on a resource as links to other resources.
false(default) implies linked resources will be displayed in alphabetical order in the web pages
trueimplies a RDF sequence is used in the storage to preserve the order set during publishing.
A property that is used for resources have links to diagrams. In such case, when a resource is represented in a diagram as a node, the web pages offers facilities for the end user to easily navigate to connected diagrams.
An artifact created by end users in the authoring tool (e.g.
AMResource (Architecture Management Resource)
An Architecture Management Resource is a generic resource format that can be used to represent any type of specific architecture resource like a UML Class or Use Case.
A Diagram is a graphical representation of a resource. It often includes references/representations of other Architecture Management Resources.
Requirements are the basis for defining what the system stakeholders (users, customers, suppliers and so on) need from a system and also what the system must do in order to meet those needs, and how the surrounding processes must be orchestrated so that quality, scope and timescale objectives are satisfied.
A collection of Requirements which constitute some statement of need.
The value associated to a property for a particular resource. The resource type may define properties for which there is no value set for a particular resource, in which case as a publisher implementor you are invited not to create a ResourceValue.
A value used when the corresponding property primitive type is int.
A value used when the corresponding property primitive type is double.
A value used when the corresponding property primitive type is dateTime.
A value used when the corresponding property primitive type is boolean.
A value used when the corresponding property primitive type is string.
A value used when the corresponding property is a ResourceProperty or DiagramProperty.
false. As a publisher implementor, do not create a ResourceValue instance if there's no linked resource.
Implementing the Resources Creation