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Join our R&D team to learn how using the Digital Enterprise Suite (DES) allows you to re-use existing data types in modeling decisions and processes.

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Data Type reused in Digital Modeling Suite

  1. 1. Trisotech.com Data Types Reuse in the Digital Modeling Suite Mélanie Gauthier, Modeling Lead at Trisotech Simon Ringuette, R&D Lead at Trisotech
  2. 2. Trisotech.com Data Types Reuse in the Digital Modeling Suite OData <XSD/>
  3. 3. Trisotech.com Import Existing Data types
  4. 4. Trisotech.com Advantages of reusing existing data types Leverage existing material in the enterprise Keep things familiar Easier integration with exiting system (internal or external)
  5. 5. Trisotech.com Scenario Calculate the BMI (Body Mass Index) of a patient oUsing structure from XSD in Workflow Modeler oUsing data from Odata in Decision Modeler oUsing data from an OpenAPI in Workflow Modeler
  6. 6. Trisotech.com XSD Standard of the W3C Defines the structure of an XML file Modelers supports include and import statements Can be imported in all modelers supporting data types
  7. 7. Trisotech.com DEMO XSD
  8. 8. Trisotech.com OData OData (Open Data Protocol) is an ISO/IEC approved, OASIS standard that defines a set of best practices for building and consuming RESTful APIs. More focused on data with defined set of operations to access them Can be imported in Decision and Workflow Modeler; creates both the data and the operations
  9. 9. Trisotech.com DEMO Odata
  10. 10. Trisotech.com OpenAPI Standardized way to describe REST API that can be consumed by human and machines to know how to interact with a system without any supplementary documentation required. Under the Linux Foundation Version 2 and 3 can be imported in the Decision Modeler and the Workflow Modeler Creates both the data types and the operations
  11. 11. Trisotech.com DEMO OpenAPI
  12. 12. Trisotech.com Knowlege Entity Modeler
  13. 13. Trisotech.com Centralized data Data can be defined in one model and reused in others One tool that can be used for this is the Knowledge Entity Modeler
  14. 14. Trisotech.com DEMO Knowlege Entity Modeler
  15. 15. Trisotech.com Reuse data types with the Digital Enterprise Graph
  16. 16. Trisotech.com Data type reuse by reference/by copy Data types are indexed in the Digital Enterprise Graph They can either be used by reference or by copy By reference: osynchronized each time the model is open owhen they are changed while the model is opened By copy: onot automatically synchronized ocan be synchronized manually
  17. 17. Trisotech.com Pro and Cons of using by reference Pro oAlways in sync with their source so there’s a greater consistency accross all models Cons oNo modification can be done locally on the element oChanges done to the type might break the model
  18. 18. Trisotech.com Pro and Cons of using by copy Pro oType can be modified locally to suite your needs oNo external changes will affect your model Cons oLess consistency accross all model oChanges must be fetched manually
  19. 19. Trisotech.com DEMO Data type reuse
  20. 20. Trisotech.com Questions

Join our R&D team to learn how using the Digital Enterprise Suite (DES) allows you to re-use existing data types in modeling decisions and processes.

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