The default configuration of --None--
is a new feature introduced in EPF Composer 1.5.1.
Prior to this release, every capability
pattern or delivery process had to be associated with a default configuration.
This meant that the CP/DP could only be used in the default configuration
or a superset of the default configuration, which severely limited reuse.
With the new feature, called "Configuration
free process" one can create a CP/DP that is not associated with any
default configuration. You can add any element from anywhere in the
library to these CP/DP. When browsing or publishing, the realized
CP/DP will only contain the elements that are in the current configuration...those
elements not in the current configuration are suppressed/ignored.
So basically, you define a configuration
free process without regard to any default configuration and what you get
when you publish is what you would expect based on the selected configuration
for publishing (or browsing).
I hope this helps.
Chris Sibbald, Ph.D., P.Eng.
Product Manager, Cross-Rational
Products and Initiatives
Cristiano Gavião <cvgaviao@xxxxxxxxx>
Eclipse Process Framework
Project Developers List <epf-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
06/20/2011 03:33 PM
Delivery Process without initial configuration ?
anybody knows about this behavior?
why I'm obligated to define the default configuration
when creating a Delivery Process?