Third Prototype APOSDLE
This document reports on the “Third Prototype APOSDLE”, an available prototype system which is running on dedicated project servers. This document describes the main features of this prototype, giving also insight into development issues without the need of having access to the actual prototype.
The base for this deliverable is the “Software Architecture Document” together with the “Use Scenarios & Requirements for 3rd Prototypes”, where a detailed description of requirements and architecture is given (see 1.3 Related Documents). According to the Description of Work the Second Prototype APOSDLE is subdivided into five Deliverables (D I.9, D II.9, D III.9, D IV.9, D V.9). This document combines all these deliverables into a single document, thus making it easier to access information about the prototype in its entirety. It is structured according to the types of software components, and not strictly following the work package structure. By the nature of a truly Integrated Project, work packages contribute to all parts of the prototype. The following list gives an overview about on these chapters and which work packages mainly contributed to them:
- Modelling Tools – D 1.9
- Client Applications – D 1.9, D 2.9, D 3.9
- Platform Services – D 4.9, D 5.9, D 2.9
In addition to these component specific chapters, there is one chapter which is common to all parts of the prototype, illustrating a guided tour through the prototype from the view of an end user. This third prototype is an important milestone in the APOSDLE project. It is the last major iteration of the software developing process and will be deployed and evaluated directly at the application partners.