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These are samples that have been produced for the SQL Server Modeling CTP (formerly code name "Oslo") as well as its individuals technologies (the code name "M" modeling language, the code name "Qu...
These are samples that have been produced for the SQL Server Modeling CTP (formerly code name "Oslo") as well as its individuals technologies (the code name "M" modeling language, the code name "Quadrant" tool, and SQL Server Modeling Services).
Popular tags: "M", "M" Language, "Quadrant", DSL, Modeling Services, SQL Modeling, SQL Server
Downloads: 0 | Started: Nov 17 2009  | Contributors: 9
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This sample creates two simple CLR assemblies that are intended to demonstrate the features of the System_Runtime model, part of the CLR domain in SQL Server Modeling Services. For more information...
This sample creates two simple CLR assemblies that are intended to demonstrate the features of the System_Runtime model, part of the CLR domain in SQL Server Modeling Services. For more information, see System_Runtime in the MSDN Library at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd857487(VS.85).aspx.
Popular tags: SQL Server, SQL Modeling, Modeling Services, System_Runtime
Downloads: 0 | Started: Nov 17 2009  | Contributors: 6
This sample creates a .NET Framework class library that can be used as an input for Common Language Runtime (CLR) and Unified Modeling Language (UML) domains of SQL Server Modeling Services. Such a...
This sample creates a .NET Framework class library that can be used as an input for Common Language Runtime (CLR) and Unified Modeling Language (UML) domains of SQL Server Modeling Services. Such a class library could serve as basis for a simple hiring system simulation, which would allow for the hiring of full-time, part-time, and temporary employees. Each kind of employee has specific features that set them apart from the other kinds. For example, only full-time employees get annual leave, and only temporary employees have an expected termination date when they are hired. Part-time employees are required to work at least 20 hours per week. However, all employees have many things in common: they all get hired, all have salaries, each has a name, etc. The class library contains a base class called Employee from which the classes FullTimeEmployee, PartTimeEmployee, and TempEmployee are derived. There is also a Friend class called EmployeeDataManager which simulates reading and writing employee data to and from a database.
Popular tags: System_Runtime, UML, System.Uml2, Modeling Services, SQL Modeling, SQL Server
Downloads: 0 | Started: Nov 17 2009  | Contributors: 6
In this sample, the file a.mg contains the grammar for "A", a simple Visual Basic-like language for composing model-view-controller applications from existing models and controllers. Once compile...
In this sample, the file a.mg contains the grammar for "A", a simple Visual Basic-like language for composing model-view-controller applications from existing models and controllers. Once compiled, it can be used to process an input text file written in the "A" language using the mgx.exe command-line utility. For details, see Using "M" Tools for Creating Languages in the MSDN Library at http://msdnstage.redmond.corp.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd857692(VS.85).aspx.
Popular tags: SQL Server, SQL Modeling, DSL, "M" Language, "M"
Downloads: 0 | Started: Nov 17 2009  | Contributors: 7
The Person sample demonstrates using a dynamically-parsed grammar to instantiate CLR objects using a simple domain-specific language (DSL). The grammar is written using the Microsoft code name "M" ...
The Person sample demonstrates using a dynamically-parsed grammar to instantiate CLR objects using a simple domain-specific language (DSL). The grammar is written using the Microsoft code name "M" modeling language and is dynamically parsed using associated "M" tools. The output of the sample is only a few lines in a console window; it's main purpose is to demonstrate the dynamic parsing. The console output, though simple, is actually generated as XAML through a library called MGraphXamlReader. This library creates various extensions to the standard "M" language dynamic parsing facilities. Note that in this sample, the MGraphXamlReader library is built as a separate assembly.
Popular tags: "M", "M" Language, DSL, SQL Modeling, SQL Server
Downloads: 0 | Started: Nov 17 2009  | Contributors: 7
Person (Nov 09 CTP)
Nov 3 2009
In this sample, the file Song.mg contains the grammar for a language called "Song", a simple means of describing basic musical notation. Once compiled, it can be used to process an input text fil...
In this sample, the file Song.mg contains the grammar for a language called "Song", a simple means of describing basic musical notation. Once compiled, it can be used to process an input text file written in the "Song" language using the mgx.exe command-line utility. For details, see Using "M" Tools for Creating Languages in the MSDN Library at http://msdnstage.redmond.corp.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd857692(VS.85).aspx. This sample also includes a small C# console application that demonstrates dynamic parsing and execution of "Song" language code using Console.Beep.
Popular tags: SQL Server, SQL Modeling, DSL, "M" Language, "M"
Downloads: 0 | Started: Nov 17 2009  | Contributors: 7
This sample consists of the PatternApplication model which is designed to use for applying the SQL Server Modeling Services repository’s standard patterns to a set of models (instead of applying pa...
This sample consists of the PatternApplication model which is designed to use for applying the SQL Server Modeling Services repository’s standard patterns to a set of models (instead of applying patterns to each model separately). The model is attached with the post SQL script which creates a generic stored procedure that automatically apply the patterns that is defined in the form of EntityPatternApplication or ModulePatternApplication instances to the corresponding models.
Popular tags: Modeling Services, SQL Modeling, SQL Server
Downloads: 0 | Started: Nov 17 2009  | Contributors: 7
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), as described in the WMI documentation on MSDN (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa394582(VS.85).aspx), is the infrastructure for management data and...
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), as described in the WMI documentation on MSDN (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa394582(VS.85).aspx), is the infrastructure for management data and operations on Windows-based operating systems. It is the Microsoft implementation of Web-based Enterprise Management (WBEM), an industry initiative to develop a standard technology for accessing management information in an enterprise environment. WMI uses the Common Information Model (CIM) industry standard to represent systems, applications, networks, devices, and other managed components. CIM is developed and maintained by the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF--see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=67786). This sample demonstrates the expression of WMI through models written in the Microsoft code name "M" modeling language. WMI was chosen for this collection of sample models (which includes types and extents) because it contains a rich hierarchy of relationships, rooted in the CIM_PhysicalElement and Win32_PhysicalMemoryLocation models
Popular tags: SQL Server, SQL Modeling, "M", "M" Language, WMI
Downloads: 0 | Started: Nov 17 2009  | Contributors: 7
Event Pattern Mesh is a sample of an end-to-end application that has been designed for detecting event patterns from real-time data feeds. The application makes use of a number of technologies with...
Event Pattern Mesh is a sample of an end-to-end application that has been designed for detecting event patterns from real-time data feeds. The application makes use of a number of technologies within the Microsoft SQL Server Modeling CTP, including the code name "M" modeling language, "M" grammars, and the SQL Server Modeling Services repository.
Popular tags: SQL Modeling, SQL Server
Downloads: 0 | Started: Nov 17 2009  | Contributors: 8
The three sets of sample models available here each demonstrate how to express certain concepts in the code name "M" modeling language: 1. Enumerations: demonstrates how to express open and closed...
The three sets of sample models available here each demonstrate how to express certain concepts in the code name "M" modeling language: 1. Enumerations: demonstrates how to express open and closed enumerations. 2. Queries: demonstrates many different queries; the sample contains 100 individual files, each containing a specific query. 3. Relationships: demonstrates how to express the four types of relationships: one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-one, and many-to-many.
Popular tags: SQL Server, SQL Modeling, "M" Language, "M"
Downloads: 0 | Started: Nov 17 2009  | Contributors: 7
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