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Helping Keep a Clean Repository

One of the unsexy but very vital chores is trying to keep the repository of elements clean (and consistent). What happens if you find that there are duplicate elements? You have to choose one and then substitute the good one for the deprecated one in every view. This can take ages.

Help is on its way. What I'm working on is a special view where you drag the 2 (or more) elements and then run a script which will then find and replace the deprecated object in all the views that it appears in. In doing so it has the same size and position and the same connectors (relationships) taken from the deprecated object.... read more

Posted by Nic Plum 2012-09-22 Labels: repository consistency duplicate admin

Still at Work - CSV Import On Its Way

Most of the development work is aimed at solving problems or particular needs at hand.

I had a reason to want to illustrate the dependencies for the various parts of a quality management system having identified the links / dependencies in a spreadsheet. The trouble was the spreadsheet was roughly 1300 lines. The initial thought was to save is as a CSV and [import it into Sparx EA][]. The trouble with this was that Sparx EA is fine a importing objects, and can even be used to populate some of the TRAK attributes this way but it cannot create relationships between the objects.

[import it into Sparx EA]: http://www.sparxsystems.com/enterprise_architect_user_guide/9.3/projects_and_teams/csvimport.html... read more

Posted by Nic Plum 2012-08-30 Labels: import spreadsheet relationship csv script

Wikitect: /* Examples of Architecture Description Using TRAK */ Edited link to Brownsword / Silmon paper

<p>‎<span dir="auto"><span class="autocomment">Examples of Architecture Description Using TRAK: </span> Edited link to Brownsword / Silmon paper</span></p> <table class="diff diff-contentalign-left"> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <tr valign="top"> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">← Previous revision</td> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">Revision as of 21:30, 19 July 2012</td> </tr><tr> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 174:</td> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 174:</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* Rail Safety &amp; Standards Board (RSSB). UK Railway Functional Architecture. Ongoing research - RSSB Research &amp; Development E-newsletter. Issue 66. Oct. 2010.&lt;ref&gt;RSSB Research &amp; Development E-newsletter. Issue 66. Oct. 2010. Topic T912 The Railway Functional Architecture http://www.rssb.co.uk/SiteCollectionDocuments/research/enews/rd_enewsletter66.htm&lt;/ref&gt; Justification for the selection/use of TRAK is provided in the summary report for the task.&lt;ref&gt;The Railway Functional Architecture Summary Report http://www.rssb.co.uk/sitecollectiondocuments/pdf/reports/research/T912_rpt_final.pdf&lt;/ref&gt; The T912 railway functional architecture project is described separately.&lt;ref&gt;RSSB. Project T912 The Railway Functional Architecture. http://www.rssb.co.uk/RESEARCH/Lists/DispForm_Custom.aspx?ID=955&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* Rail Safety &amp; Standards Board (RSSB). UK Railway Functional Architecture. Ongoing research - RSSB Research &amp; Development E-newsletter. Issue 66. Oct. 2010.&lt;ref&gt;RSSB Research &amp; Development E-newsletter. Issue 66. Oct. 2010. 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InfraGuidER (Infrastructure Guidelines for Environmental Railway Performance) deliverables 9 and 18.,&lt;ref&gt;InfraGuidER Deliverables http://www.infraguider.eu/prodotti_7.html&lt;/ref&gt; minutes: D22: 2nd Workshop for EURNEX (European Rail Research Network of Excellence) poles of excellences &lt;ref&gt;Minutes: D22: 2nd Workshop for EURNEX poles of excellences http://infraguider.eu/doc/INFRAG_WP5_NIT_DV_022_B.pdf&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* University of Birmingham. InfraGuidER (Infrastructure Guidelines for Environmental Railway Performance) deliverables 9 and 18.,&lt;ref&gt;InfraGuidER Deliverables http://www.infraguider.eu/prodotti_7.html&lt;/ref&gt; minutes: D22: 2nd Workshop for EURNEX (European Rail Research Network of Excellence) poles of excellences &lt;ref&gt;Minutes: D22: 2nd Workshop for EURNEX poles of excellences http://infraguider.eu/doc/INFRAG_WP5_NIT_DV_022_B.pdf&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">−</td> <td style="background: #ffa; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* Integrated EA 2011. Managing Risk and Cost with an EA Approach. Mike Brownsword (Atego) &amp; Joe Silmon (Centre for Railway Research and Education).,&lt;ref&gt;Managing Risk and Cost with an EA Approach http://www.integrated-ea.com/file_download/101/&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">+</td> <td style="background: #cfc; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* Integrated EA 2011. Managing Risk and Cost with an EA Approach. Mike Brownsword (Atego) &amp; Joe Silmon (Centre for Railway Research and Education).,&lt;ref&gt;<span class="diffchange diffchange-inline">Integrated EA 2011: </span>Managing Risk and Cost with an EA Approach http://www.integrated-ea.com/file_download/101/&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>==References==</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>==References==</div></td> </tr> </table> link

Posted by SourceForge Robot 2012-07-19

Wikitect: /* Examples of Architecture Description Using TRAK */

<p>‎<span dir="auto"><span class="autocomment">Examples of Architecture Description Using TRAK</span></span></p> <table class="diff diff-contentalign-left"> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <tr valign="top"> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">← Previous revision</td> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">Revision as of 21:29, 19 July 2012</td> </tr><tr> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 174:</td> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 174:</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* Rail Safety &amp; Standards Board (RSSB). UK Railway Functional Architecture. Ongoing research - RSSB Research &amp; Development E-newsletter. Issue 66. Oct. 2010.&lt;ref&gt;RSSB Research &amp; Development E-newsletter. Issue 66. Oct. 2010. 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Posted by SourceForge Robot 2012-07-19

Wikitect: /* Examples of Architecture Description Using TRAK */ Added link to paper at Integrated EA 2011 by Mike Brownsword and Joe Silmon

<p>‎<span dir="auto"><span class="autocomment">Examples of Architecture Description Using TRAK: </span> Added link to paper at Integrated EA 2011 by Mike Brownsword and Joe Silmon</span></p> <table class="diff diff-contentalign-left"> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <tr valign="top"> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">← Previous revision</td> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">Revision as of 21:26, 19 July 2012</td> </tr><tr> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 174:</td> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 174:</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* Rail Safety &amp; Standards Board (RSSB). UK Railway Functional Architecture. Ongoing research - RSSB Research &amp; Development E-newsletter. Issue 66. Oct. 2010.&lt;ref&gt;RSSB Research &amp; Development E-newsletter. Issue 66. Oct. 2010. Topic T912 The Railway Functional Architecture http://www.rssb.co.uk/SiteCollectionDocuments/research/enews/rd_enewsletter66.htm&lt;/ref&gt; Justification for the selection/use of TRAK is provided in the summary report for the task.&lt;ref&gt;The Railway Functional Architecture Summary Report http://www.rssb.co.uk/sitecollectiondocuments/pdf/reports/research/T912_rpt_final.pdf&lt;/ref&gt; The T912 railway functional architecture project is described separately.&lt;ref&gt;RSSB. Project T912 The Railway Functional Architecture. http://www.rssb.co.uk/RESEARCH/Lists/DispForm_Custom.aspx?ID=955&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* Rail Safety &amp; Standards Board (RSSB). UK Railway Functional Architecture. Ongoing research - RSSB Research &amp; Development E-newsletter. Issue 66. Oct. 2010.&lt;ref&gt;RSSB Research &amp; Development E-newsletter. Issue 66. Oct. 2010. Topic T912 The Railway Functional Architecture http://www.rssb.co.uk/SiteCollectionDocuments/research/enews/rd_enewsletter66.htm&lt;/ref&gt; Justification for the selection/use of TRAK is provided in the summary report for the task.&lt;ref&gt;The Railway Functional Architecture Summary Report http://www.rssb.co.uk/sitecollectiondocuments/pdf/reports/research/T912_rpt_final.pdf&lt;/ref&gt; The T912 railway functional architecture project is described separately.&lt;ref&gt;RSSB. Project T912 The Railway Functional Architecture. http://www.rssb.co.uk/RESEARCH/Lists/DispForm_Custom.aspx?ID=955&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* University of Birmingham. InfraGuidER (Infrastructure Guidelines for Environmental Railway Performance) deliverables 9 and 18.,&lt;ref&gt;InfraGuidER Deliverables http://www.infraguider.eu/prodotti_7.html&lt;/ref&gt; minutes: D22: 2nd Workshop for EURNEX (European Rail Research Network of Excellence) poles of excellences &lt;ref&gt;Minutes: D22: 2nd Workshop for EURNEX poles of excellences http://infraguider.eu/doc/INFRAG_WP5_NIT_DV_022_B.pdf&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* University of Birmingham. InfraGuidER (Infrastructure Guidelines for Environmental Railway Performance) deliverables 9 and 18.,&lt;ref&gt;InfraGuidER Deliverables http://www.infraguider.eu/prodotti_7.html&lt;/ref&gt; minutes: D22: 2nd Workshop for EURNEX (European Rail Research Network of Excellence) poles of excellences &lt;ref&gt;Minutes: D22: 2nd Workshop for EURNEX poles of excellences http://infraguider.eu/doc/INFRAG_WP5_NIT_DV_022_B.pdf&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-empty" colspan="2">&#160;</td> <td class="diff-marker">+</td> <td style="background: #cfc; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* Integrated EA 2011. Managing Risk and Cost with an EA Approach. Mike Brownsword (Atego) &amp; Joe Silmon (Centre for Railway Research and Education).,&lt;ref&gt;Managing Risk and Cost with an EA Approach http%3A%2F%2Fwww.integrated-ea.com%2Ffile_download%2F101%2FMike%2BBrownsword%2Band%2BJoe%2BSilmon%2B-%2BAccompanying%2Bpaper.pdf&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>==References==</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>==References==</div></td> </tr> </table> link

Posted by SourceForge Robot 2012-07-19

Systems Architect - Defence Systems (Bedford / Lockheed Martin)

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Following Jo Spec from ARM

Systems Architect (Defence Systems)
Bedford

This requisition offers a highly skilled and motivated Systems Engineer/Systems Architect an exciting opportunity to join the world’s largest defence company. My client is an acknowledged leader in technology and its application in solving complex, real world problems. The main basis of the work they do in Bedfordshire focuses particularly on the design, development, fielding and support of military systems (AFV and C4ISTAR) and Weaponry systems.

... [read more](/p/mdgfortrak/blog/2012/06/systems-architect---defence-systems-bedford--lockheed-martin/)
Posted by SourceForge Robot 2012-06-28

Wikitect: /* Examples of Architecture Description Using TRAK */ added link to Railway Functional Architecture deliverable from TSLG

<p>‎<span dir="auto"><span class="autocomment">Examples of Architecture Description Using TRAK: </span> added link to Railway Functional Architecture deliverable from TSLG</span></p> <table class="diff diff-contentalign-left"> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <tr valign="top"> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">← Previous revision</td> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">Revision as of 21:23, 21 April 2012</td> </tr><tr> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 171:</td> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 171:</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>==Examples of Architecture Description Using TRAK==</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>==Examples of Architecture Description Using TRAK==</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* Sub Surface Upgrade Programme (SSUP). 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InfraGuidER (Infrastructure Guidelines for Environmental Railway Performance) deliverables 9 and 18.,&lt;ref&gt;InfraGuidER Deliverables http://www.infraguider.eu/prodotti_7.html&lt;/ref&gt; minutes: D22: 2nd Workshop for EURNEX (European Rail Research Network of Excellence) poles of excellences &lt;ref&gt;Minutes: D22: 2nd Workshop for EURNEX poles of excellences http://infraguider.eu/doc/INFRAG_WP5_NIT_DV_022_B.pdf&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> </tr> </table> link

Posted by SourceForge Robot 2012-04-21

Wikitect: /* TRAK Metamodel */ Updated number of viewpoints to 21 (was 22)

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Posted by SourceForge Robot 2012-04-13

Wikitect: Changed no. viewpopints to 21 (was 22) to match 13th April 2012 release of TRAK viewpoints specification

<p>Changed no. viewpopints to 21 (was 22) to match 13th April 2012 release of TRAK viewpoints specification</p> <table class="diff diff-contentalign-left"> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <tr valign="top"> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">← Previous revision</td> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">Revision as of 18:05, 13 April 2012</td> </tr><tr> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 2:</td> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 2:</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>{{primary sources|date=April 2010}}</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>{{primary sources|date=April 2010}}</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">−</td> <td style="background: #ffa; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>[[File:TRAK enterpriseArchitectureFramework structure.jpg|thumb|480px|Structure of TRAK - formed from 1 metamodel, 5 architecture perspectives and <span class="diffchange diffchange-inline">22</span> architecture viewpoints]]</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">+</td> <td style="background: #cfc; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>[[File:TRAK enterpriseArchitectureFramework structure.jpg|thumb|480px|Structure of TRAK - formed from 1 metamodel, 5 architecture perspectives and <span class="diffchange diffchange-inline">21</span> architecture viewpoints]]</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>'''TRAK''' is a general [[Enterprise Architecture framework|enterprise architecture framework]] aimed at systems engineers based on [[MODAF]] 1.2.</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>'''TRAK''' is a general [[Enterprise Architecture framework|enterprise architecture framework]] aimed at systems engineers based on [[MODAF]] 1.2.</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> </tr> </table> link

Posted by SourceForge Robot 2012-04-13

Wikitect: /* TRAK Architecture Viewpoints & Views */

<p>‎<span dir="auto"><span class="autocomment">TRAK Architecture Viewpoints &amp; Views</span></span></p> <table class="diff diff-contentalign-left"> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <tr valign="top"> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">← Previous revision</td> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">Revision as of 17:53, 13 April 2012</td> </tr><tr> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 70:</td> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 70:</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>In general use if there is a risk of confusion with a similarly-numbered view in another framework such as [[DODAF]] or [[MODAF]] then a namespace prefix is used e.g. TRAK::SV-01</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>In general use if there is a risk of confusion with a similarly-numbered view in another framework such as [[DODAF]] or [[MODAF]] then a namespace prefix is used e.g. TRAK::SV-01</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">−</td> <td style="background: #ffa; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>TRAK defines <span class="diffchange diffchange-inline">22</span> architecture viewpoints&lt;ref name="viewpoints"/&gt; (by comparison DODAF 2.0 has 52 views/models, MODAF 1.2.004 has 47 views and NAF 3.1 has 49 subviews &lt;ref&gt;Trak-community.org::Wiki::Architecture Framework Comparison http://trak-community.org/index.php/wiki/Architecture_Framework_Comparison&lt;/ref&gt;)</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">+</td> <td style="background: #cfc; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>TRAK defines <span class="diffchange diffchange-inline">21</span> architecture viewpoints&lt;ref name="viewpoints"/&gt; (by comparison DODAF 2.0 has 52 views/models, MODAF 1.2.004 has 47 views and NAF 3.1 has 49 subviews &lt;ref&gt;Trak-community.org::Wiki::Architecture Framework Comparison http://trak-community.org/index.php/wiki/Architecture_Framework_Comparison&lt;/ref&gt;)</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* Enterprise Perspective</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* Enterprise Perspective</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>** EVp-01 Enterprise Goals</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>** EVp-01 Enterprise Goals</div></td> </tr> </table> link

Posted by SourceForge Robot 2012-04-13

Wikitect: /* TRAK Architecture Viewpoints & Views */ CVp-02 viewpoint deleted to match 13th April release

<p>‎<span dir="auto"><span class="autocomment">TRAK Architecture Viewpoints &amp; Views: </span> CVp-02 viewpoint deleted to match 13th April release</span></p> <table class="diff diff-contentalign-left"> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <tr valign="top"> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">← Previous revision</td> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">Revision as of 17:53, 13 April 2012</td> </tr><tr> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 78:</td> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 78:</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* Concept Perspective</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* Concept Perspective</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>** CVp-01 Concept Need</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>** CVp-01 Concept Need</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">−</td> <td style="background: #ffa; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>** CVp-02 Concept</div></td> <td class="diff-empty" colspan="2">&#160;</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>** CVp-03 Concept Item Exchange</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>** CVp-03 Concept Item Exchange</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>** CVp-04 Concept Activity to Capability Mapping</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>** CVp-04 Concept Activity to Capability Mapping</div></td> </tr> </table> link

Posted by SourceForge Robot 2012-04-13

Wikitect: /* TRAK Structure */ Now only 21 viewpoints - CVp-02 deleted on 13th April release

<p>‎<span dir="auto"><span class="autocomment">TRAK Structure: </span> Now only 21 viewpoints - CVp-02 deleted on 13th April release</span></p> <table class="diff diff-contentalign-left"> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <tr valign="top"> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">← Previous revision</td> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">Revision as of 17:52, 13 April 2012</td> </tr><tr> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 30:</td> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 30:</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>==TRAK Structure==</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>==TRAK Structure==</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">−</td> <td style="background: #ffa; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>[[File:TRAK enterpriseArchitectureFramework structure.jpg|thumb|320px|Structure of TRAK - formed from 1 metamodel, 5 architecture perspectives and <span class="diffchange diffchange-inline">22</span> architecture viewpoints]]</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">+</td> <td style="background: #cfc; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>[[File:TRAK enterpriseArchitectureFramework structure.jpg|thumb|320px|Structure of TRAK - formed from 1 metamodel, 5 architecture perspectives and <span class="diffchange diffchange-inline">21</span> architecture viewpoints]]</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>TRAK is defined in a logical way - that is to say free of any notion of how TRAK is implemented in any tool or any architecture description language.</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>TRAK is defined in a logical way - that is to say free of any notion of how TRAK is implemented in any tool or any architecture description language.</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">−</td> <td style="background: #ffa; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>TRAK has <span class="diffchange diffchange-inline">22</span> [[ISO/IEC_42010#Architecture_Viewpoint|architecture viewpoints]] which are grouped into 5 perspectives. Each viewpoint belongs to a single perspective and specifies a single [[ISO/IEC_42010#Conceptual_Model_Architecture_View|view]] (type). Each viewpoint specifies what sets of types of architectural description element and relationships (tuples) can appear. The architectural description element types and relationships are specified by the TRAK metamodel.</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">+</td> <td style="background: #cfc; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>TRAK has <span class="diffchange diffchange-inline">21</span> [[ISO/IEC_42010#Architecture_Viewpoint|architecture viewpoints]] which are grouped into 5 perspectives. Each viewpoint belongs to a single perspective and specifies a single [[ISO/IEC_42010#Conceptual_Model_Architecture_View|view]] (type). Each viewpoint specifies what sets of types of architectural description element and relationships (tuples) can appear. The architectural description element types and relationships are specified by the TRAK metamodel.</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>The logical definition of TRAK consists of 3 documents, each of which is an open source project on [[Sourceforge]]:</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>The logical definition of TRAK consists of 3 documents, each of which is an open source project on [[Sourceforge]]:</div></td> </tr> </table> link

Posted by SourceForge Robot 2012-04-13

Applications / Utility of Architecture Description Views for System Safety and System Security?

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There seems to be a significant overlap between system safety and system security. Concepts such as Risk, Threat, Vulnerabilty on the security side but Risk, Hazard, Failure and Accident on the safety side.

Clearly enterprise architecture views only have so much utility. On the other hand they can be useful for discovering and establishing relationships and integrating with more specialist tools sets or models produced by these other tools.

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Posted by SourceForge Robot 2012-04-10

2.220.208.199: /* Tool Support */

<p>‎<span dir="auto"><span class="autocomment">Tool Support</span></span></p> <table class="diff diff-contentalign-left"> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <col class="diff-marker" /> <col class="diff-content" /> <tr valign="top"> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">← Previous revision</td> <td colspan="2" style="background-color: white; color: black;">Revision as of 12:15, 2 March 2012</td> </tr><tr> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 162:</td> <td class="diff-lineno" colspan="2">Line 162:</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* a [[Profile (UML)|UML profile]] for TRAK - for use with any [[UML tool|UML modelling tool]] that can import a UML profile</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* a [[Profile (UML)|UML profile]] for TRAK - for use with any [[UML tool|UML modelling tool]] that can import a UML profile</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* a plugin for Sparx Systems [[Enterprise Architect (Visual Modeling Platform)|Enterprise Architect]] based on the UML profile for TRAK. Released as open source on Sourceforge &lt;ref&gt;[http://mdgfortrak.sourceforge.net MDG Technology for TRAK]&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* a plugin for Sparx Systems [[Enterprise Architect (Visual Modeling Platform)|Enterprise Architect]] based on the UML profile for TRAK. Released as open source on Sourceforge &lt;ref&gt;[http://mdgfortrak.sourceforge.net MDG Technology for TRAK]&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">−</td> <td style="background: #ffa; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* a template for <span class="diffchange diffchange-inline">Salamander</span> MooD 2010 (developed by [http://vega.co.uk/ Vega Consulting Services Ltd] - part of the [[Finmeccanica|Finmeccanica group]] ). Released as open source on Sourceforge.&lt;ref&gt;[http://sourceforge.net/projects/trakmoodtemp/ trakmoodtemp Project on Sourceforge]&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">+</td> <td style="background: #cfc; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* a template for <span class="diffchange diffchange-inline">[http://www.moodinternational.com/ MooD International's] [http://www.moodinternational.com/moodplatform.html</span> MooD 2010<span class="diffchange diffchange-inline"> software platform]</span> (developed by [http://vega.co.uk/ Vega Consulting Services Ltd] - part of the [[Finmeccanica|Finmeccanica group]] ). Released as open source on Sourceforge.&lt;ref&gt;[http://sourceforge.net/projects/trakmoodtemp/ trakmoodtemp Project on Sourceforge]&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* a stencil for [[OmniGraffle]] ([[Mac OS X]], [[iPad]]). Released as open source on Sourceforge.&lt;ref&gt;[http://sourceforge.net/projects/trakomnigraffle/ trakomnigraffle Project on Sourceforge]&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* a stencil for [[OmniGraffle]] ([[Mac OS X]], [[iPad]]). Released as open source on Sourceforge.&lt;ref&gt;[http://sourceforge.net/projects/trakomnigraffle/ trakomnigraffle Project on Sourceforge]&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* a template for [[Microsoft Visio]]. Released as open source on Sourceforge.&lt;ref&gt;[http://sourceforge.net/projects/trakforvisio/ trakforvisio Project on Sourceforge]&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> <td class="diff-marker">&#160;</td> <td style="background: #eee; color: black; font-size: smaller;"><div>* a template for [[Microsoft Visio]]. Released as open source on Sourceforge.&lt;ref&gt;[http://sourceforge.net/projects/trakforvisio/ trakforvisio Project on Sourceforge]&lt;/ref&gt;</div></td> </tr> </table> link

Posted by SourceForge Robot 2012-03-02

MDG Technology for TRAK - Version 0.124

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The next version of the MDG Technology for TRAK, version 0.124 is soon to escape.

This supports the change in definition of the names of the TRAK stereotypes (blocks and connectors) and their attributes to make the names into ‘proper’ english rather than typical ‘softese’ so that you get ‘Resource Interaction’ rather than ‘ResourceInteraction’ and attributes like ‘tools used’ (Architecture Description) rather than’ toolsUsed’.

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Posted by SourceForge Robot 2012-01-04

SparxSystems EA Script - Correct Protective Marking Tagged Value (‘pm marking’) Across Entire EA Project

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The attached JScript (Project - Correct pm marking.js) works with Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect and on an EA project created using the MDG Technology for TRAK. It is part of a set of scripts that make life easier.

It examines the contents of the tagged value used to hold the protective marking (‘pm marking’) for every object (not connector):

if it finds values that correspond to ‘NONE’, ‘NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED’, ‘RESTRICTED’, ‘CONFIDENTIAL’, ‘SECRET’ or ‘TOP SECRET’ (or any combination of upper / lower case to this effect) it corrects them
if it finds the older tagged value named ‘pm_Marking’ it issues a warning to run the script that comes with v 0.124 of the MDG Technology for TRAK that changes the tagged value names.
if it finds that the object (excluding packages/folders) is missing the tagged value it adds it with default value ‘NONE’ and reports this.
if it finds a value that it doesn’t recognise it reports this. You can then run the script again with a setting to forcibly set these values to ‘NONE’ .

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Posted by SourceForge Robot 2011-12-31

Sparx Systems EA - Script - Delete Specified Tagged Value Across Repository

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The following is a script (JScript) for Sparx Systems’ Enterprise Architect that will delete a specified tagged value across a repository (project). As usual no guarantees are offered and you should backup your project before running it.

This is a by product of the development of the forthcoming MDG Technology for TRAK version 0.124 which implements the change (#3418285) to the TRAK metamodel where normal english is used rather than ‘softese’ i.e. ‘Concept Activity’ instead of ‘Concept Activity’ and ‘tools used’ for ‘toolsUsed’. The idea is to make it easier for anyone to read any view since it’s all about communication of ideas.

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Posted by SourceForge Robot 2011-12-23

Security / Privacy Marking Schemes. Sources?

<p>Anyone know of standards or normative documents that define security or privacy marking schemes? These need not just be government or defence-like.</p><br /><br /> <p><a href="http://trak-community.org/index.php/forums/viewthread/36/" title="Security / Privacy Marking Schemes. Sources&#63;">View / Reply to post in forum</a></p> link

Posted by SourceForge Robot 2011-09-05

Salamander MooD - Version 2 of TRAK Template for MooD 2010 Released

<p>Brian Cliff (courtsy of Vega) has released version 2 of his TRAK template for Salamander MooD modelling tool. As ever it&#8217;s an open source project (as is TRAK) and available on Sourceforge at <a href="http://sf.net/projects/trakmoodtemp">http://sf.net/projects/trakmoodtemp</a>.</p> <p>MooD is different in that it isn&#8217;t a UML modelling tool so nice to see TRAK on something a bit different for a change.</p><br /><br /> <p><a href="http://trak-community.org/index.php/forums/viewthread/34/" title="Salamander MooD - Version 2 of TRAK Template for MooD 2010 Released">View / Reply to post in forum</a></p> link

Posted by SourceForge Robot 2011-02-28

Systems Engineer - Early Lifecycle (ATC Signalling / TRAK)

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From http://www.expatengineer.net/engineering-jobs-europe/C5874825781D003F6C54:


Job purpose

Systems Design/Requirements Engineers are required to join the System Engineering team to assist in the development of the ATC signalling system and the safety-related and safety-critical products of which it is comprised, particularly in the front-end of the system engineering lifecycle.

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Posted by SourceForge Robot 2011-02-14

INCOSE UK Chapter’s Annual Systems Engineering Conference: 8th - 10th November 2010

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Annual Systems Engineering Conference

Date: 8th to 10th November 2010

Location: Crowne Plaza Hotel, Heythrop Park Resort, Enstone, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire

“Systems Engineering: Adding Value in Challenging Times”

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Posted by SourceForge Robot 2010-09-14

Consultant Business Analyst - Defence/MODAF - South West

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Consultant Business Analyst - Defence/MODAF - South West

Permanent

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Business Analyst/Systems Engineer proficient in Requirements Engineering to deliver a range of high profile programmes in the defence and public sectors.

The ideal candidate will be a strong professional, multi disciplined Business Analyst/Requirements Engineer with a strong academic and commercial background and a strong grasp of modern technologies, systems, software and architectural methodologies. You will have a high degree of technical ability, be innovative and imaginative with strong problem solving skills.

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Posted by SourceForge Robot 2010-08-19