In the dirctory \project35-1.0-win, click on run_project35_work_bench . This will present you with a startup screen and will take you directly to the workbench application. Note that unlike other applications within Project35, you are not prompted to select a particular model.
The picture shown on the right is an example of the screen that appears in the Workbench. This will vary from one case to the next as the models you have will likely be different from the list we have.
Along the top of the screen is a menu bar. Just below the menu bar is the main part of the screen. This contains a list of the models that are available. These are taken from the models directory and are listed in alphabetical order.
Each model entry will have several pieces of information. Each will have a name, description, author, and contact e-mail. Also, where available, there will be an image associated with the particular model. Clicking on this image will cause either the desktop or Tablet deployment to launch in one of a number of operational modes. See the menu listings below for more information.
There are four menu listings for the Workbench.
|Menu List||What you can select and what happens|
There is only one button on the Workbench. Look for it in the lower right corner of the application screen.
|Button||What happens when you click it|
|This closes the Workbench.|
When the work bench starts, it scans the models directory for the file
.\models\[your model]\config\WorkBenchEntry.xml. You can find an example of
this file at
.\models\developer_tutorial\config\WorkBenchEntry.xml. The WorkBenchEntry.xml
files contain tags which describe the following aspects of a model to be displayed in the tool:
In future, we hope to eliminate this file and migrate these attributes into the main Configuration File produced by the Configuration Tool.