We won’t mind doing some coding for it as a number of the rules
are likely to be SID/TIP specific.
We would just like to be sure it is inserted in the right place
using the right extension point.
From: Eric Dillon
Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2010 07:19
To: Tigerstripe Developers
Cc: Flauw, Marc
Subject: Re: [tigerstripe-dev] Tigerstripe model validation
So far, validation has been done through “validation” plugins which basically
create a report. This is triggered like any other plugin.
We have been thinking about something a bit more interactive (that would lead
to reporting problems in the problems view). This sounds like a good candidate
The key thing here is to make it configurable enough to be relevant to various
models and be generic.
So, we could define some generic rules to be turned on/off and
tuned/configured. Maybe these would be part of the profile? Maybe they would be
Note that the auditors do support some extension points to add specific
behavior. But maybe we want to make it a bit more configurable rather than
having users write an Eclipse plugin and some Java code. We are in planning
phase now... So now is a good time to speak up and propose ideas :-).
Patterns? Single rules? Naming conventions?
On 6/29/10 8:48 PM, "Zhang, Jin-Zhai (ES-BAS-China-SH)" <jinzhai.zhang@xxxxxx> wrote:
wondering if Tigerstripe workbench provides model validation functionalities.
Sample use cases would be to check a Tigerstripe model project to find:
Entity artifacts inheriting from AssociationClass artifacts
2) all Association Class artifact inheriting from Entity artifacts
3) all artifact descriptions containing illegal characters
current workbench support these cases, or any extension points available for
implementing such cases and other specific validation rules?
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