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How can an Assembler Macro be mapped to a call statement in Enterprise Analyzer using Architecture Modeller?

How can an Assembler Macro be mapped to a call statement in Enterprise Analyzer using Architecture Modeller?

Problem

How can an Assembler Macro be mapped to a call statement in Enterprise Analyzer using Architecture Modeller?

Resolution

Architect Modeller (AM) is the utility that has been provided with Enterprise Analyzer (EA) to allow users to extend the source statements that are phrased by EA.

On the support line website, in the Examples and Utilities page is an option entitled ‘Enterprise Analyzer Guides’. This is a link to four short videos that are a very good introduction to AM. Before a user tries to create an AM plug-in they must have reviewed the videos as they provide all of the information required to understand how to use AM.

The attached document is a detailed guide to using AM to write a plug-in for EA that will map a macro to a call statement. This document shows how much extra work is required beyond using the legacy.xml to do the mapping. It should be noted that in this example, the macro to be mapped is called mupro.

Sample code use when creating the AM plug-in: Demo_Code.zip

Document detailing the steps to create the AM plug-in: Modelling MUPRO as Program Call in Assembler.docx

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