Creating and Editing Tigerstripe Artifacts

To model Service Contracts, Tigerstripe relies on a set of Artifacts that you can create, edit, and remove in a Tigerstripe project.

The Tigerstripe Wizards

All Tigerstripe wizards are accessible from the Tigerstripe Perspective.

To access a Tigerstripe wizard:

  1. Select the corresponding icon on the Tigerstripe toolbar
  2. Select the corresponding menu.

The icons open an artifact wizard as follows (Please note that this list can vary based on your active Tigerstripe Profile):

The main purpose of the wizard is to capture the minimal set of required information in order to create a artifact of the selected type. Although additional information may be required for specific artifacts, the following information is required for all artifacts:

Once you enter all the required parameters for a specific artifact type, click Finish to create the corresponding artifact. Upon creation, a corresponding icon appears in the Tigerstripe Explorer, and the main editor page is set to the overview tab of the corresponding artifact editor. From this page, you can further edit and input additional information for the artifact.

Editing Tigerstripe Artifacts

All Tigerstripe artifacts may be edited through a similar form-based editor. Although each particular type of artifact may have specific required information, the Overview tab for all editors will contain the General Information section, where you can enter additional documentation about the artifact.

The General Information section contains the following information:

Related Topics

Creating Entity Artifacts
Creating and Editing a Datatype Artifact
Creating and Editing an Enumeration Artifact
Creating and Editing a Named Query Artifact
Creating and Editing an Update Procedure Artifact
Creating and Editing an Exception Artifact
Creating and Editing a Session Facade Artifact
Creating and Editing Notification Artifacts
Creating and Editing Association Artifacts
Creating and Editing Association Class Artifacts
Creating and Editing Dependency Artifacts

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