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Using OMG/SMM and Eclipse/MoDisco
             to Facilitate the
      Eclipse Development Process

                2nd Bi...
Mia-Software
Mia-Software is a Software Company
   80 customers, in 10 different countries
   Eclipse Foundation member (5...
Mia-Software
Mia-Software is a subsidiary of Sodifrance
   French leader in IT Modernization
   900 employees
   11 office...
AtlanMod Team
AtlanMod is a research team
   Joint team between INRIA & École des Mines de Nantes (France)
   Co-lead by J...
MoDisco Overview
An Eclipse platform for software modernization projects
                  http://www.eclipse.org/MoDisco/...
MoDisco Approach

                              Model-Driven platform
                        for Software Modernization p...
MoDisco Architecture
                                Supported Technologies

              Java                           ...
ADM Task Force

Architecture-Driven Modernization task force
  Mission:
     Create specifications and promote industry co...
ADM Specifications

Knowledge Discovery Metamodel (KDM)
 Addresses the need to integrate various software tools that
 anal...
ADM Specifications

Structured Metrics Metamodel (SMM)
  Representing measurement information related to any model
  struc...
MoDisco tools for ADM Specifications

MoDisco 0.8 (Helios version)
  KDM
    EMF implementation for KDM
        Ecore file...
MoDisco tools for ADM specifications
MoDisco 0.9 (Indigo version)
   Quality Model editor
       To define a quality model...
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality

Context
 An Eclipse plug-in is composed of several different kinds of
 artifacts
    J...
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality
Examples of non-automated rules
  Eclipse foundation requirements (yearly simultaneous ...
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality
      Automation of QA Analysis

     Eclipse                                          ...
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality

Solutions
  Use Eclipse APIs
     Eclipse provides APIs to manipulate projects and plu...
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality
      Using MoDisco and SMM

     Eclipse          Plugin models                       ...
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality
KDMSource model of the project
   Automatically created by org.eclipse.gmt.modisco.kdm....
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality
      Using MoDisco and SMM

     Eclipse          Plugin models                       ...
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality
Java model of the Java source code
   Automatically created by org.eclipse.gmt.modisco....
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality
      Using MoDisco and SMM                                                Declare
    ...
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality
Quality Model editor
   Assists in defining the SMM measures




                      ...
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality
      Using MoDisco and SMM                                                Declare
    ...
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality
SMM Measurements to Eclipse Markers




                   Copyright © 2010 Mia-Softwar...
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality
SMM Measurements can be exported to other tools
  Example: Sonar




                  ...
Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality

Benefits of the approach
  Declaring the rules only requires functional skills (SMM Ed...
Conclusion

Mutual benefits in OMG / Eclipse collaboration
  For Eclipse
     Standard-compliance is a key factor for tool...
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MoDisco Eclipse-OMG Symp 2010

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Presentation of MoDisco and its support of OMG/ADM specifications.
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  1. 1. Using OMG/SMM and Eclipse/MoDisco to Facilitate the Eclipse Development Process 2nd Biannual Symposium Eclipse Open Source Software & OMG Open Specifications Tuesday, June 22, 2010, Minneapolis, MN USA Hugo Bruneliere, AtlanMod Team (INRIA & EMN) Frédéric Madiot, Mia-Software Jordi Cabot, AtlanMod Team (INRIA & EMN) Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  2. 2. Mia-Software Mia-Software is a Software Company 80 customers, in 10 different countries Eclipse Foundation member (5 committers) Develops Model-Driven solutions since 1998 Mia-Insight : Quality Analysis Legacy Understanding Application Mining Mia-Studio Model-to-Model transformation Model-to-Text transformation Eclipse/MoDisco IT Model-Driven Modernization Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  3. 3. Mia-Software Mia-Software is a subsidiary of Sodifrance French leader in IT Modernization 900 employees 11 offices in France, Belgium and Tunisia R&D team dedicated to IT Modernization > 70 successful IT Modernization projects VB6 to JEE/Ajax/JSF Oracle Forms to JEE VB6 to .Net ABAL to .Net Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  4. 4. AtlanMod Team AtlanMod is a research team Joint team between INRIA & École des Mines de Nantes (France) Co-lead by Jean Bézivin and Jordi Cabot Around 12 members Research focus on: MDE core technologies metamodeling, model transformations, model weaving, megamodeling,… MDE applications reverse engineering, interoperability Organizers of the 1st full postgraduate program on MDE http://www.emn.fr/z-info/atlanmod/index.php/The_MDE_Diploma Commitment to Eclipse open-source projects: ATL, TCS, AM3, AMW, MoDisco, … Strong links with several software development companies Participation in national and international projects Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  5. 5. MoDisco Overview An Eclipse platform for software modernization projects http://www.eclipse.org/MoDisco/ Created by AtlanMod in 2008 MoDisco stands for Model Discovery Eclipse Modeling project (under MDT) Open-source (EPL licence) Based on EMP technologies : EMF (Eclipse Modeling Framework) M2M (Model-to-Model transformation) M2T (Model-to-Text transformations) Supported by the OMG Eclipse implementations for KDM (Knowledge Discovery Metamodel) SMM (Structured Metrics Metamodel) Co-funded by the European Community Modelplex research project Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  6. 6. MoDisco Approach Model-Driven platform for Software Modernization projects Existing Discover Understand Transform Software System Software artifacts : New - source code Models Viewpoints - configuration files Software System - tests - database -… Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  7. 7. MoDisco Architecture Supported Technologies Java ... XML Metamodel Metamodel Discoverer Discoverer Generator Generator Transfo. to KDM Discovery Model Customization OMG/ADM Manager Browser & Extensibility Standards Plug and orchestrate Navigation Definition of Pivot artifacts through specific Metamodels transformators complex models Viewpoints (SMM & KDM) Infrastructure Eclipse Modeling projects Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  8. 8. ADM Task Force Architecture-Driven Modernization task force Mission: Create specifications and promote industry consensus on modernization of existing applications. What is ADM? Process of understanding and evolving existing software assets for: Software improvement Modifications Interoperability Refactoring Restructuring Reuse Porting Migration Translation into another language Enterprise application integration Service-oriented architecture MDA migration Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  9. 9. ADM Specifications Knowledge Discovery Metamodel (KDM) Addresses the need to integrate various software tools that analyze ''existing software systems''. Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  10. 10. ADM Specifications Structured Metrics Metamodel (SMM) Representing measurement information related to any model structured information with an initial focus on software Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  11. 11. MoDisco tools for ADM Specifications MoDisco 0.8 (Helios version) KDM EMF implementation for KDM Ecore file Generated Java code KDMSource discoverer Creates a KDMSource model from the content of a directory Java to KDM transformation Creates a KDMCore model from a Java model KDM to UML2 transformation Creates a UML2 model from a KDMCore model SMM EMF implementation for SMM Ecore file Generated Java code Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  12. 12. MoDisco tools for ADM specifications MoDisco 0.9 (Indigo version) Quality Model editor To define a quality model By importing or defining quality characteristics (SMM Measure Category) By importing or defining metrics (SMM Measure) By setting metrics to quality characteristics SMM Measurement to Eclipse Markers To visualize the result of a QA analysis (SMM Measurement) in the Eclipse Problems View Property file discoverer Creates a KDM model Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  13. 13. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality Context An Eclipse plug-in is composed of several different kinds of artifacts Java source code Configuration files: Plugin.xml MANIFEST.MF plugin.properties build.properties .project Other files: about.html messages.properties Icons, models, … Eclipse tools already provide lots of automated validation rules But… there are still important rules to check manually  Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  14. 14. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality Examples of non-automated rules Eclipse foundation requirements (yearly simultaneous release) Version number ends with « qualifier » Source code must use ICU4J classes The project must contain an « about.html » file Packages name should start with the plug-in Id Plug-in must not contain JARs files Plug-in should contain only one « message.properties » and « Message.java » files Mia-Software internal rules “PLUGIN_ID” variable of “Activator.java” should be initialized with the plug-in Id Plug-in Id and Project name should be equal «Bundle-Vendor» property value of « MANIFEST.MF » should be « %providerName » « plugin.properties » should declare a « providerName » property «Bundle-Name» property value of « MANIFEST.MF » should be « %pluginName » « plugin.properties » should declare a « pluginName » property Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  15. 15. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality Automation of QA Analysis Eclipse Rule 1 Rule 2 Rule 3 Rule 4 Plugin project .project Eclipse Problems View MANIFEST.MF plugin.properties build.properties Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  16. 16. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality Solutions Use Eclipse APIs Eclipse provides APIs to manipulate projects and plugins org.eclipse.core (Eclipse SDK) org.eclipse.pde (Plug-in Development Environment) org.eclipse.osgi (OSGI tooling) Requires a deep understanding of these APIs  Some required APIs are «internal»  PDEProject, IManifestHeader, … Provide a generic solution based on MoDisco and SMM Use EMF models to represent Eclipse plug-ins KDM Source model for the structure of the project Java model for the source code DSLs for other artifacts Use SMM to represent QA results Requires only EMF APIs to implement the rules  Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  17. 17. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality Using MoDisco and SMM Eclipse Plugin models Rule 1 Rule 2 Rule 3 Rule 4 KDMSource model Plugin project .project Eclipse Problems View MANIFEST.MF plugin.properties build.properties Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  18. 18. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality KDMSource model of the project Automatically created by org.eclipse.gmt.modisco.kdm.source.discoverer plugin Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  19. 19. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality Using MoDisco and SMM Eclipse Plugin models Rule 1 Rule 2 Rule 3 Rule 4 KDMSource model Plugin project Java model .project Eclipse Problems View MANIFEST.MF plugin.properties build.properties Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  20. 20. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality Java model of the Java source code Automatically created by org.eclipse.gmt.modisco.java.discoverer plugin Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  21. 21. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality Using MoDisco and SMM Declare QA Rules Eclipse Plugin models Rule 1 Rule 2 Rule 3 SMM Measure Rule 4 KDMSource model model Plugin project Java model XML model .project Eclipse Problems View MANIFEST.MF Manifest model plugin.properties KDMCode model build.properties KDMCode model Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  22. 22. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality Quality Model editor Assists in defining the SMM measures Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  23. 23. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality Using MoDisco and SMM Declare QA Rules Eclipse Plugin models Rule 1 Rule 2 Rule 3 SMM Measure Rule 4 KDMSource model model Plugin project Java model XML model SMM Measurement .project model Eclipse Problems View MANIFEST.MF Manifest model Implement plugin.properties KDMCode model QA Rules build.properties KDMCode model Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  24. 24. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality SMM Measurements to Eclipse Markers Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  25. 25. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality SMM Measurements can be exported to other tools Example: Sonar Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  26. 26. Measuring Eclipse Plug-ins Quality Benefits of the approach Declaring the rules only requires functional skills (SMM Editor) Which quality characteristics ? Which metrics ? On which scope ? Implementing the rules only requires: SMM metamodel knowledge EMF APIs knowledge Leverage existing tools MoDisco metamodels and discoverers SMM-compliant tools The result can be exported to other tools Excel spreadsheets QA portals (ex: Sonar) Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
  27. 27. Conclusion Mutual benefits in OMG / Eclipse collaboration For Eclipse Standard-compliance is a key factor for tools Good implementation of standards discourage tools heterogeneity OMG is a well established standardization organization OMG standards implementations facilitate the adoption of Eclipse tools For OMG Standard-compliant tools help in demonstrating the interest of the standard Tools users and implementors give feedback to improve the standard Eclipse is the most adopted development platform Eclipse tools facilitate the diffusion of OMG standards Copyright © 2010 Mia-Software & AtlanMod. All Rights Reserved
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