World Wide Modeling

Distribute and share your models on the web

Distributing repositories using "model fragments"

  • Just like web pages or websites, model fragments can be distributed worldwide
  • With Modelio, the location of model fragments is transparent
  • Any number of users can share the same model fragment
  • Model elements from different model fragments can refer to each other transparently
  • Links between model fragments can be broken and restored transparently, just like web links


A project containing model fragments

A Modelio project is a set of fragments

  • Fragments can be local or shared or accessed via the web
  • Fragments can be used by several projects
  • Traceability links can be defined within a project between all elements of the selected model fragments

Example: A project made up of fragments

  • Project model: Shared with several participants, managed using Modelio Teamwork Manager and the Modelio Java Solution.
  • Test model: Local model on the user's laptop. Its purpose is only to carry out local tests by the current user.
  • JDK 1.7: Modelio model component (model library), versioned and updated according to the needs of the project.
  • Project requirements: Accessed via the web (read-only model), and managed elsewhere by business analysts using the Modelio Analyst Solution.

Project examples

More information

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