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Performance of human tool interfaces [message #10570] Mon, 19 January 2009 12:10 Go to next message
Fabrice Fleuchey is currently offline Fabrice FleucheyFriend
Messages: 6
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hello,

The human tool interfaces in Eclipse's windows seems to be not compliant
with object approach. Then is it possible to have :
- Multiple tree views in differents and independents windows ?
- Multiple object's links between objects in differents windows ?


Thanks.
Re: Performance of human tool interfaces [message #11288 is a reply to message #10570] Thu, 29 January 2009 00:38 Go to previous message
Ryan D. Brooks is currently offline Ryan D. BrooksFriend
Messages: 100
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Mr. Fleuchey,

All data in OSEE is stored using an object-oriented, version-controlled
persistence layer based on the data model configured for a given OSEE
datastore. While some traditional views are provided, such as the
artifact explorer (which shows a hierarchical view of the data), these
are just views and do not reflect how the data is actually stored.
There is also a 2D visualization view that is well suited to showing
heterarchy relations among a web of artifacts.

OSEE does support the display of multiple instances of the same type of
view such as the artifact explorer. Also the relations (links) between
artifacts is not constrained by views, but rather by the data model
which is fully under the control of the user. Many-to-many relations
are also supported.

Regards,
Ryan


Thanks,
Ryan Brooks
Re: Performance of human tool interfaces [message #572015 is a reply to message #10570] Thu, 29 January 2009 00:38 Go to previous message
Ryan D. Brooks is currently offline Ryan D. BrooksFriend
Messages: 100
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Mr. Fleuchey,

All data in OSEE is stored using an object-oriented, version-controlled
persistence layer based on the data model configured for a given OSEE
datastore. While some traditional views are provided, such as the
artifact explorer (which shows a hierarchical view of the data), these
are just views and do not reflect how the data is actually stored.
There is also a 2D visualization view that is well suited to showing
heterarchy relations among a web of artifacts.

OSEE does support the display of multiple instances of the same type of
view such as the artifact explorer. Also the relations (links) between
artifacts is not constrained by views, but rather by the data model
which is fully under the control of the user. Many-to-many relations
are also supported.

Regards,
Ryan


Thanks,
Ryan Brooks
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