DebugWare Patterns (Part 9)

Real troubleshooting is usually done by combining several units of work chosen from a manual. Checklist pattern summarizes this recurrent practice. Checklist Coordinator orchestrates troubleshooting units of work (TUWs) components from TUW Repository according to checklists from Checklist Repository (in the simple case it can be just one checklist). This is illustrated on the following UML component diagram:

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2 Responses to “DebugWare Patterns (Part 9)”

  1. Crash Dump Analysis » Blog Archive » DebugWare Patterns (Part 10) Says:

    […] troubleshooting tools and their components (like TUW modules from checklists) reuse the same code over and over, for example, querying registry keys or environment variables. […]

  2. Crash Dump Analysis » Blog Archive » DebugWare Patterns (Part 11) Says:

    […] its functionality based on a command line parameters. For example, the following tool implements Checklist pattern and chooses the right one from a checklist repository based on a command line […]

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