B Model-Driven Architecture (MDA) at Eclipse in Java

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APPENDIX B Model-Driven Architecture (MDA) at Eclipse
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As mentioned, the Eclipse Process Framework supports Software Process Engineering Metamodel (SPEM) [4] Although SPEM is mentioned in the list of MDA specifications, no real requirement specifies its use in the application of MDA Within Eclipse, currently no connection exists between EPF and the Modeling project, aside from the fact that the SPEM metamodel is implemented using EMF
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To date, very little formal communication has taken place between the OMG and the leadership of the Eclipse Modeling Project regarding a working relationship Lately, the most promising discussions have been with respect to a series of symposia, to be held at EclipseCon [35] and during OMG technical meetings The focus of these events will be to discuss individual specification implementations and ways the two organizations can strive for more constructive cooperation The current situation raises a number of questions about the nature of the relationship, which hopefully these meetings can address The relationship could remain informal, with no explicit commitment or expectation that implementations found in the Modeling project must represent so-called reference implementations of OMG standards, as described in OMG Specification and Products [3] In the past, specifications such as UML have suffered from interoperability issues among vendors who had different interpretations or implementation goals The introduction of XMI, well-defined compliance levels, DI specification, and so on were meant to improve the situation but have largely failed to deliver and now compound the problem Developing a reference implementation in parallel with the specification can identify ambiguities and defects earlier and can serve the larger community by delivering a platform upon which to implement commercial products That said, the UML2 implementation at Eclipse is the de facto reference implementation for the UML2 specification, and its development exemplifies the model we would like to achieve with the OMG for all implemented standards within Eclipse Only through communication and feedback between implementers and specification authors can our respective communities be best served
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Currently, the Eclipse Foundation is a member of the OMG, and the OMG is a member of the Eclipse Foundation This is a start, but it raises the question of
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what level of interaction and commitment this brings, particularly because corporate members of each are often involved in and provide contributions to both of these organizations What are the best techniques for aligning standards organization activities with reference implementation project team activities Should members be required to participate in both contribution areas, where applicable What does it really mean for the Eclipse Foundation to be a member of the OMG, and vice versa What role would the Foundation representative have within the context of the OMG, and how would this person coordinate with fellow members from the Eclipse community What if members have competing goals Are there new working models that would be more productive and perhaps have never before explored in this context
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Specifications with defined metadata should be delivered in a serialized format, preferably XMI The standard RFP template requires this for new specifications, but it has not been mandated or required for all specifications currently published by the OMG Graphical notations (concrete syntax) are typically provided by drawings and natural language descriptions Although these are typically sufficient for describing the elements, they are not as precise as they could be and must be manually implemented for use in modeling tools The delivery of specifications in formats that are machine consumable, particularly if used as inputs to generative tooling frameworks, should be an obvious benefit to those involved in specification, implementation, and consumption of these technologies This includes metamodel constraints, which should be serialized and interpreted by the underlying tooling Currently, no standard way exists for EMF to define constraints (such as OCL) or interpret constraints on models even if they were provided The UML specification contains domain (abstract) syntax and semantics, OCL constraints, and graphical (concrete) syntax, accompanied by natural language description and mapping to the domain It would seem reasonable for specifications to be delivered in a manner that describes the abstract model separately from the concrete syntax and that uses a mapping definition This approach provides proper separation of concerns and supports the generation of graphical editors for various domain models As mentioned previously, the RFP for Diagram Definition should address the issue, which leaves the graphical notation definition issue Should graphical notations be defined in term of a graphical definition metamodel, SVG, or another standard
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