Static Structure - Tree
This is a simple collapsible tree that allows you to explore the static structure of elements defined in the software architecture model. In other words, it shows the hierarchy of software systems, containers, components and code elements.
In this example, the Spring PetClinic software system is made up of a Web Application container, which is in turn made up of a number of components, which are themselves made up of a number of code elements (Java classes and interfaces, in this case).
The colour coding of the software systems, containers and components matches that of your diagrams.
Hovering the mouse pointer over an element will show a tooltip with more detail about that element.
The code elements are rendered as follows:
- Bold text - The primary component type.
- Regular text - Supporting types that are only used by this component.
- Grey text - Supporting types that are shared between this and other components.