This will happen when there is one or more violations contained within the scope of the cell you are collapsing. For example you might have this situation: And the violations count is show as 3(4) in the Diagrams list: (i.e. there are 3 class-to-class violations, and a total of 4 when you count the detailed… Read more »
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Structure101 Build (for Java, .Net and more) can be invoked in Hudson/Jenkins via an Ant, Maven or Execute Shell Script build step. In this post I will show example use cases of how to use each build step, and how to make a Hudson/Jenkins build unstable if any architecture violation is found. Thanks to Rochelle… Read more »
Checking architecture conformance or complexity thresholds at build time is easy to set up with the Structure101 Maven Plugin – this is a step-by-step guide, discussing some options along the way.
So you just opened a Repository project, edited the Architecture diagrams, only to discover that there is no way to save your edits! What is going on here?! Our project model is somewhat convoluted – there is a sort of logic behind it, but it can be a nightmare if you dare to deviate from how… Read more »
The name-map is a feature that most users will not require. But, there are certain use cases where its use can be invaluable. For example: If you have a large volume of class to class transformations, you may notice the client reaction time becoming slow. To workaround this use the Java name-map, as it can… Read more »