Rule Archetype Pattern in SQL Modeling Services – Part 5

In this last post of the series, I’ll wrap up the loose ends around populating Contoso’s business rule repository with some Repository folders and sample data. I’ll also illustrate how to work with the Repository’s security model to lock down Contoso’s model so that users can see only certain segments of the model.   Adding…

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Rule Archetype Pattern in SQL Modeling Services – Part 4

As I noted in Part 3 of this series, the subject of this post will be the work necessary to deploy Contoso’s ‘M’ business rule model to the Repository. Given that Contoso’s model implementation leverages the PatternApplication sample, there will be some additional work involved over doing a standard deploy using Visual Studio or using…

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Rule Archetype Pattern in SQL Modeling Services – Part 3

As I mentioned last time, this subject of this post will be wiring up all the Modeling Services “architectural plumbing” to enable the Contoso business rule repository to enjoy all the goodness that Modeling Services has to offer. In the current Modeling Services CTP the Repository is implemented as a sophisticated SQL Server database. As…

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Rule Archetype Pattern in SQL Modeling Services – Part 2

I realized that there was a significant oversight in my last post of this series – namely a specific hypothetical scenario that provides some context for this series. As I mentioned in my previous post, this hypothetical scenario was inspired by my post on System.Identity and the SQL Server Modeling Services Repository. The goal of…

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Rule Archetype Pattern in SQL Modeling Services – Part 1

I’ve been playing around with SQL Server Modeling Services and Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 quite bit over the holiday break. Specifically, I’ve been playing around with bringing an Archetype Pattern to life in Modeling Services, with a specific focus on leveraging the architectural goodness provided by the Repository. This work was inspired by a…

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