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+// Copyright (c) 2005 DMTF. All rights reserved.
+// <change cr="ArchCR00066.004" type="add">Add UmlPackagePath
+// qualifier values to CIM Schema.</change>
+// ==================================================================
+// CIM_ApplicationSystem
+// ==================================================================
+ [Version ( "2.8.0" ),
+ UMLPackagePath ( "CIM::Application::DeploymentModel" ),
+ Description (
+ "The ApplicationSystem class represents an application or a "
+ "software system that supports a particular business function "
+ "and that can be managed as an independent unit. Such a system "
+ "can be decomposed into its functional components using the "
+ "CIM_SoftwareFeature class. The Features for a particular "
+ "application or software system are located using the "
+ "CIM_ApplicationSystemSoftwareFeature association. The features "
+ "are part of the deployment-oriented aspects of the application "
+ "system. \n"
+ "With regard to the application runtime aspects, the "
+ "ApplicationSystem class also represents the core class of the "
+ "Application Systems\' sub-model which of the application "
+ "runtime model. Its role in the systems sub-model is a) the "
+ "root node of the containment hierarchy of the application "
+ "elements (at runtime) as services, components, sub-systems, "
+ "etc., b) the place for runtime overview information such as "
+ "response time or system status, c) runtime control of the "
+ "entire application (e.g., start/stop), and d) the main entry "
+ "point to the navigation through and drill-down into the "
+ "runtime model. \n"
+ "The lifetime of an instance of this class is not limited to "
+ "the application instance it represents. Even if the "
+ "application is not running, the ApplicationSystem object can "
+ "report properties that have values (e.g., the name of the "
+ "application or the current status). Note that it is also "
+ "possible to define the lifetime of the objects through the "
+ "lifetime of the application instances. \n"
+ "Through ApplicationSystemDependency, non-containment "
+ "relationships can be expressed." )]
+class CIM_ApplicationSystem : CIM_System {
+
+ [Description (
+ "Distribution describes how the application system is "
+ "distributed with respect to its underlying servers. In "
+ "general, the application system is distributed or local. "
+ "This property indicates whether the application system "
+ "is running on one or multiple servers. This can be "
+ "determined without having to query for associated "
+ "servers represented by ComputerSystems. Distributed "
+ "systems also introduce a virtual notion to themselves. "
+ "Note that a distributed application system is not "
+ "tangible but virtual. Only its contained local systems "
+ "can be found as processes or threads, and can therefore "
+ "be regarded as tangible. The distributed system remains "
+ "a named, virtual entity, that scopes strongly bound "
+ "constituents and allows the application to be managed in "
+ "its entirety. \n"
+ "The property is needed to help root cause analysis and "
+ "operations, especially when these are automated, in "
+ "order to clearly know that more than one executed "
+ "application - most likely the local application systems "
+ "- is affected by the management task. This is "
+ "particularly true if the contained application systems "
+ "provide uniform functionality like webserver or "
+ "application server farms. \n"
+ "To express constraints between distributed and local "
+ "system, this class must be derived and appropriate "
+ "associations must be defined. \n"
+ "This property should not be confused with the Roles[] "
+ "property defined in System. The latter is reserved for "
+ "administrator assigned roles." ),
+ ValueMap { "0", "1", "2", "3..32767", "32768..65535" },
+ Values { "Unknown", "Distributed", "Local", "DMTF Reserved",
+ "Vendor Specific" }]
+ uint16 Distribution;
+
+ [Override ( "EnabledState" ),
+ Description (
+ "EnabledState is an integer enumeration that indicates "
+ "the enabled/disabled states of an element. It can also "
+ "indicate the transitions between these requested states. "
+ "For example, shutting down and starting are transient "
+ "states between enabled and disabled. \n"
+ "In contrast to the original version defined higher in "
+ "the inheritance hierarchy (EnabledLogicalElement), "
+ "EnabledState is simplified. It reflects the notion of an "
+ "execution status tailored to applications and represents "
+ "a summary of the original property. It allows simplified "
+ "and efficient determination of whether the application "
+ "is started, stopped or in transition between either of "
+ "these states. The property does not show any errors. "
+ "Errors MUST be described in MSE.OperationalStatus, and "
+ "MAY also be described in logs or other data sources. \n"
+ "The mapping to MSE.OperationalStatus is as follows: \n"
+ "ExecutionStatus <- MSE.OperationalStatus \n"
+ "Unknown <- Unknown, No Contact, Lost Communication, \n"
+ "Either of the values <- Other \n"
+ "Enabled (started) <- OK, Degraded, Stressed, Predictive "
+ "Failure, In Service, Dormant, Supporting Entity in "
+ "Error, Completed \n"
+ "Enabled or Disabled (Started or Stopped) <- Error, "
+ "Non-Recoverable Error \n"
+ "Starting <- Starting \n"
+ "Shutting Down (Stopping) <- Stopping \n"
+ "Disabled (Stopped) <- Stopped, Aborted. \n"
+ "The mapping to the original EnabledState property is as "
+ "follows: \n"
+ "Unknown <- Unknown, Not Applicable \n"
+ "Either of the values <-Other \n"
+ "Enabled <- Enabled, Enabled but Offline, In Test, "
+ "Deferred, Quiesce \n"
+ "Disabled <- Disabled \n"
+ "ShuttingDown <- ShuttingDown \n"
+ "Starting <- Starting." ),
+ ValueMap { "0", "2", "3", "4", "10", "11..32767",
+ "32768..65535" },
+ Values { "Unknown", "Enabled", "Disabled", "Shutting Down",
+ "Starting", "DMTF Reserved", "Vendor Reserved" }]
+ uint16 EnabledState = 0;
+
+ [Description (
+ "The point in time (date and time) when the application "
+ "system was last started. If the application system is in "
+ "a state other the state Enabled (i.e., started and "
+ "running) this value is not meaningful and the property "
+ "value MUST be set to all zeros. \n"
+ "StartupTime is preferably the point in time when the "
+ "application is available to the user. Instead, if the "
+ "provider and/or the instrumentation cannot determine the "
+ "point in time the application becomes available, the "
+ "point in time can be used at which the underlying "
+ "operating system reports successful launch of the "
+ "application. If no value can be provided the property "
+ "value MUST be set to all zeros." )]
+ datetime StartupTime;
+
+ [Description (
+ "ServingStatus is a summary of MSE.OperationalStatus. It "
+ "allows simplified and efficient determination of whether "
+ "the application is providing service or has stopped "
+ "doing so for various reasons like errors, shutdown, "
+ "abort, etc. Therefore, no transitional values are "
+ "provided. The property does not show any errors. Errors "
+ "MUST be described in MSE.OperationalStatus, and MAY also "
+ "be described in logs or other data sources. Therefore, "
+ "ServingStatus is suited to provide summary information "
+ "for monitoring purposes and service level management. \n"
+ "The mapping to MSE.OperationalStatus is as follows: \n"
+ "ServingStatus <- MSE.OperationalStatus \n"
+ "Unknown <- Unknown, No Contact, Lost Communication \n"
+ "Either of the values <- Other \n"
+ "Serving <- OK, Degraded, Stressed, Predictive Failure, "
+ "Completed \n"
+ "Not Serving <- Error, Non-Recoverable Error, Starting, "
+ "Stopping, Stopped, In Service, Aborted, Dormant, "
+ "Supporting Entity in Error." ),
+ ValueMap { "0", "1", "2", "5..4096", "4097..65535" },
+ Values { "Unknown", "Serving", "Not Serving",
+ "DMTF Reserved", "Vendor Specific" },
+ ModelCorrespondence {
+ "CIM_ManagedSystemElement.OperationalStatus" }]
+ uint16 ServingStatus;
+
+ [Description (
+ "The point in time at which the ServingStatus property "
+ "was last updated." ),
+ ModelCorrespondence { "CIM_ApplicationSystem.ServingStatus" }]
+ datetime LastServingStatusUpdate;
+
+
+ [Description (
+ "StartApplication() starts an application system. The "
+ "ApplicationSystem object must have been created prior to "
+ "the invocation of this method. It is up to the "
+ "implementation of the method to define which of the "
+ "contained or dependent sub-elements are to be started "
+ "and in which order their startup may occur. \n"
+ "Since a system startup can extend over long periods of "
+ "time (several minutes is not unusual for complex "
+ "distributed applications), the method can be implemented "
+ "synchronously or asynchronously. In both cases "
+ "EnabledState and RequestedState reflect the current "
+ "state of the application and the desired state (Enabled) "
+ "respectively. The exact nature of the errors during the "
+ "startup cannot be determined in the asynchronous case. "
+ "The method must return one of the following values: \n"
+ "Unspecified Error: If no return code can be identified \n"
+ "Completed with No Error: successful invocation \n"
+ "Start Already in Progress: application still being "
+ "started \n"
+ "Failed:Indicates errors upon execution." ),
+ ValueMap { "0", "1", "2", "3", "4..4096", "4097..32767",
+ "32768..65535" },
+ Values { "Unspecified Error", "Completed with No Error",
+ "Start Already in Progress", "Failed", "DMTF Reserved",
+ "Method Reserved", "Vendor Specific" },
+ ModelCorrespondence { "CIM_ApplicationSystem.EnabledState",
+ "CIM_ApplicationSystem.RequestedState" }]
+ uint16 StartApplication(
+);
+
+ [Description (
+ "StopApplication() allows for stopping/shutting down an "
+ "application system. It is up to the implementation of "
+ "the method to define which of the contained or dependent "
+ "sub-elements are to be stopped and in which order their "
+ "stop has to occur. \n"
+ "Since a system shutdown can last considerable time "
+ "(several minutes is not necessarily unusual for complex "
+ "distributed applications), the method can be implemented "
+ "synchronously or asynchronously. In both cases "
+ "EnabledState and RequestedState reflect the current "
+ "state of the application and the desired state "
+ "(Disabled) respectively. The exact nature of the errors "
+ "during the stop cannot be determined in the asynchronous "
+ "case. The method must return one of the following: \n"
+ "Unspecified Error: If no return code can be identified \n"
+ "Completed with No Error: successful invocation \n"
+ "Stop Already in Process: application is shutting down \n"
+ "Failed: Indicates errors upon execution." ),
+ ValueMap { "0", "1", "2", "3", "4..4096", "4097..32767",
+ "32768..65535" },
+ Values { "Unspecified Error", "Completed with No Error",
+ "Stop Already in Process", "Failed", "DMTF Reserved",
+ "Method Reserved", "Vendor Specific" },
+ ModelCorrespondence { "CIM_ApplicationSystem.EnabledState",
+ "CIM_ApplicationSystem.RequestedState" }]
+ uint16 StopApplication(
+);
+
+};