Goal of this Lesson
This document is one of three documents, which serves as a self learning program for developing a Web service with E2E Bridge. The education leads you through a development process divided into three lessons, which will teach you to build services based on the E2E Bridge platform.
By reading this document, you will learn
- how to install the software and tools on your system, which are necessary to develop, test, and run a simple Web service
- how to handle E2E Builder for MagicDraw and E2E Embedded Runtime
- how to draw a UML model with MagicDraw™
- how to compile and deploy your own xUML service with the E2E Model Compiler
- how to test and debug your own Web service with the E2E Interactive Debugger
- how to manage xUML services on the E2E Bridge
You will practice tool relevant tasks throughout the course. This document references further explanations in additional documents (see also below).
Knowledge in UML modeling, Web services, object-oriented design, or scripting languages is not required, but may be helpful for some more complex implementations. The degree of difficulty increases from lesson 1 to 3.
This development tutorial is designed for MagicDraw™17.
If you are using MagicDraw™18, please refer to Education Lesson 1 for MD 18.
The Bridge is delivered with comprehensive documentation. Apart from this self-study, the Bridge also comes with many examples you can have a look at. Each feature is subject of an example that is ready to run.
This chapter provides an overview about all documentation available after installation. If you did not change the default location of the E2E documentation, you will find all examples in folder C:\E2EBridgeDocumentation_6\Documentation.
The complete documentation is available online.
|E2E Bridge Education Lesson 1-3 ||Comprehensive self-learning guide, which leads you through all steps of creating a Web service. Additionally, it provides conceptional information for each topic.|
|E2E Bridge Integration Platform User's Guide||Comprehensive guide explaining concepts and usage of E2E Bridge, which comprises all management tasks to run the Bridge and deployed xUML, Node.js and Java services.|
|xUML Services Reference Guide||Comprehensive reference guide for xUML modelers containing information about concepts, modeling, E2E Action Language, add-ons, and import/export mechanisms.|
|Node.js Services Reference Guide||Guide to E2E Node.js modules that can be used by Node.js modelers in Bridge context.|
|Utilities||Guides to E2E utilities that may be helpful for modelers.|
|Builder User's Guide||Comprehensive guide explaining concepts and usage of E2E Builder including all tools like E2E Model Compiler, E2E Model Debugger, and E2E Importers.|
|Installation Guides||E2E Bridge Installation Guide|
Description of the installation of E2E Bridge including a troubleshooting chapter. This guide also contains a description of the following firmware installations:
|E2E Builder Installation Guide||Description of the installation of E2E Builder including a troubleshooting chapter.|
|E2E Analyzer Installation Guide||Description of the installation of E2E Analyzer.|
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