Author Topic: Is a WebEA model the same as a Sparx EA project?  (Read 130 times)

HLidstrom

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Is a WebEA model the same as a Sparx EA project?
« on: May 06, 2020, 10:29:08 pm »
In WebEA configuration one defines properties for a set of "models". It seems to me (with my limited experience) that a WebEA "model" maps one-to-one to what in Sparx EA is called a "repository" or "project". Am I correct?

This is a bit confusing given that Sparx EA also uses the term "model". But in Sparx EA a "model" is a root node in the project browser and there can be more than one in a given project/repository. I want to apply consistent terminology across the Sparx environment and if I am correct that WebEA model = Sparx EA project then I will just remove the word model from the labels on the WebEA login buttons.

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- Hakan Lidstrom

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Re: Is a WebEA model the same as a Sparx EA project?
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2020, 01:45:04 am »
In WebEA configuration one defines properties for a set of "models". It seems to me (with my limited experience) that a WebEA "model" maps one-to-one to what in Sparx EA is called a "repository" or "project". Am I correct?
 
- Hakan Lidstrom

YES ! Exactly .  ;D The an entire Repository\Project will be mapped in WebEA as Model