The MDG Technology for TRAK plugin for Enterprise Architect provides:-
Clicking on the 'New Diagram' button in the Project Browser within Enterprise Architect will provide a list of TRAK views:
For each TRAK view there is an associated toolbox palette that contains the types of object from the TRAK metamodel that are allowed to be used when creating the view.
The SV-01 toolbox palette supports the Solution Structure that shows the structural parts and relationships for the system of interest. The lower part shows those elements that are used to model organisational structures whilst the TRAK Common palette provides elements that can be added to any TRAK view such as Requirements, Architectural Concerns, Standards and supporting Documents.
The logical (solution free) OV-05 Operational Activity view can be shown as a functional hierarchy or an activity diagram. As an activity diagram the elements are:
The toolbox palette for the MV-03 Standards view not only allows views to be made of the standards applying to a system, project or enterprise but also provides relationships showing how standards depend on other standards. Where there is a this indicates that the object should be dragged from the catalogue onto the view rather than created on this view. Each stereotype in the TRAK metamodel has a view that is the master source for that type i.e. the object must exist on the master view before being used on others. The MV-03 is the master source for Standard and Contract and hence can be created from the toolbox palette below.
Enterprise Architect provides a quick way of making relationships known as Quicklink or Quick Linker.
Where it makes sense to do so this has been customised to offer a valid relationship from the TRAK metamodel according to the types of object being joined.
Using the 'New Model' wizard MDG Technology for TRAK provides a template model package (folder) structure populated with a typical set of TRAK views.