Getting started with the Query Unit Read this article and get points!

by Michela Frigerio
27,072 views Published on Oct 24, 2011
Applies to: 7.2 or higher

The Query Component is available starting from the WebRatio 5.1 version. It's a Utility Component that permits to execute a custom edited query using the HQL(Hibernate Query Language) or SQL query language. Moreover it can dynamically compose an HQL query depending on the incoming Domain Model ident...

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Enterprise Project Read this article and get points!

by Laura Cigardi
16,594 views Published on Jan 21, 2013
Applies to: 7.0 or higher

Using an Enterprise Project aims to divide a project of great size in sub-projects to give an opportunity to organize work in a team with different access modes, managed by the repository. Also you can reduce the amount of memory occupied by the tool during editing. The Enterprise project allows a m...

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How to Generate an Apple Push Notification Service Certificate Read this article and get points!

by Lucio Bordonaro
13,477 views Published on Apr 08, 2015
Applies to: 8.0 or higher

WebRatio Mobile Platform allows you to send push notifications from a Data Service project. To enable a project for push notifications, you need to add and configure a notification provider. The notification provider requires a specific configuration for each platform. For the iOS platform, you need...

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Getting started with Visibility Conditions Read this article and get points!

by Lucio Bordonaro
11,151 views Published on Oct 24, 2011
Applies to: 7.2 or higher

WebRatio introduced the chance to use Visibility Conditions in a Web Project. This feature allows you to disable or show elements in the generated Web application if the conditions specified for those elements are verified. It is now possible to integrate the horizontal profiling of the Web appli...

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How to model a Simple Validation Read this article and get points!

by Davide Martinenghi
10,772 views Published on Mar 27, 2014
Applies to: 7.2 or higher

Validation is used to check that the data inserted by the user via the application’s user interface complies with the requirements of the application domain. Validating the data, for example data that is inserted into a form (or in any other View Component or View Component Part with input capabili...

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How to Model User and Group Management Read this article and get points!

by Davide Martinenghi
10,579 views Published on Feb 03, 2014
Applies to: 7.2 or higher

In a Web Application, we often need to grant different groups of users access to different resources. For example, in a Web Application used for Enterprise Resource Planning, the head of Human Resources will have access to all the employees’ sensitive data (such as person details, salary, etc.), whi...

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IFML Official OMG Specification

by OMG
10,321 views Published on May 13, 2014
Applies to: 7.2 or higher

This specification defines the Interaction Flow Modeling Language (IFML). The objective of IFML is to provide system architects, software engineers, and software developers with tools for the definition of Interaction Flow Models that describe the principal dimensions of an application front-end: th...

 

WebRatio Projects Read this article and get points!

by Mario Bruno
10,188 views Published on Oct 24, 2011
Applies to: All versions

Web applications are usually structured according to the MVC Pattern. The MVC Pattern logically splits the application in three tiers: Model, View and Controller. WebRatio brings the MVC pattern to its full power, both as design and architectural pattern, by splitting the application in three diffe...

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Domain-Specific Languages (Addison-Wesley Signature Series (Fowler))

by Martin Fowler
9,559 views Published on Dec 03, 2013
Applies to: All versions

When carefully selected and used, Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) may simplify complex code, promote effective communication with customers, improve productivity, and unclog development bottlenecks. In Domain-Specific Languages , noted software development expert Martin Fowler first provides the in...

 

How to Model the Alphabetical Index Read this article and get points!

by Piero Fraternali
9,530 views Published on Apr 09, 2014
Applies to: 7.2 or higher

In many applications, such as corporate intranets or CRM, the user may need to access the archive of all registered people, and that archive may be very large. One way to support this requirement is by offering a search form, which however assumes that the user knows at least some information abou...

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Modeling Languages Portal

9,519 views Published on Jan 27, 2014
Applies to: All versions

The goal of this portal is to explore and discuss when, where and how software modeling and model-driven engineering (and when NOT) can improve current software development practices.

 

BPMN 2.0 is the industry standard diagramming language for business process models. The meaning of the business process diagram is the same, regardless of the tool used to create it. But creating models that are correct, complete, and clear demands more than a dictionary of BPMN shapes and symbols. ...

 

How to Model Rich Text Editing Read this article and get points!

by Ombretta Malinverno
9,349 views Published on Mar 28, 2014
Applies to: 7.2 or higher

"A rich text editor is an interface for editing rich text within web browsers, which presents the user a ‘what you see is what you get‘ editing area." (Source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Online_rich-text_editor) A rich text editor can be useful when you want the user to be able to write...

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Designing Data-Intensive Web Applications (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Data Management Systems)

by Stefano Ceri, Piero Fraternali, Aldo Bongio, Marco Brambilla, Sara Comai, Maristella Matera
9,281 views Published on Nov 29, 2013
Applies to: All versions

The most prominent Web applications in use today are data-intensive. Scores of database management systems across the Internet access and maintain large amounts of structured data for e-commerce, on-line trading, banking, digital libraries, and other high-volume sites. Developing and maintaining ...

 

Social BPM (Bpm and Workflow Handbook Series)

by Keith D Swenson, Nathaniel Palmer, Sandy Kemsley, Keith Harrison-Broninski, Max Pucher, Manoj Das, Layna Fischer (Editor) & 1 more
9,190 views Published on Nov 29, 2013
Applies to: All versions

Business Process Management and Workflow are, by their very nature, social activities. The collaboration and communication patterns that are now increasingly referred to as “social computing” were also fundamental to the BPM and workflow models of the early 1990s. Yet it has been the recent explosi...

 
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