The purpose of this document is to describe the System Specification for the Component Services Mediator (CSM) subsystem of the EATS infrastructure. The CSM subsystem is responsible for message routing and orchestration within EATS.
EATS System Components
Feature sets are the primary unit of deployment for EATS software. Standard Java development composes code into classes, which are typically packaged one to a compile unit, a module, a physical file. Modules are organized into packages, and collections of packages make up projects. Projects, in vanilla Java, are typically composed into jar files, Java archives, and published, either as libraries or as executables.
EATS v1.09 Start Up Sequence
In the v1.09 system the application was started through a main() process. The sequence followed generally as follows. (This is actually taken from the Server model, which is abbreviated, but covers the standard core functions in the same manner as the Desktop model.)
Within the confines of a try block:
The purpose of this document is to describe the System Specification for the GIS Workbench application component of the EATS tool suite. The GIS Workbench component is responsible for delivery of a spacial data visualization and content management capability as a general purpose facility within the tool suite.
This portion of the Architected Futures™ website constitutes our library section. It contains information arranged in collections that are meant to be read or browsed like books. The primary library area is divided into a series of sub-libraries, or collections, based on subject matter and focus. The collections are made up of online books. The books are usually made up of branches which define chapters and sections. The leaf nodes on this book tree are the detail content pages.
The purpose of this document is to describe the System Specification for the Secure Access Control (SAC) subsystem of the EATS infrastructure. The SAC subsystem is responsible for the implementation of an uniform privacy and security policy within EATS.
This refers to Drupal. If we keep using Drupal, this talks about the modules to use. Otherwise, it is "requirements" discussion toward generic Java implemented, again, as a metamodel in EATS: Profiles describe personas. Members associate with persona characteristics.