The following video gives an overview of MaintainJ, taking a large Web application as a sample.
MaintainJ Overview Demo Video (4.5 minutes)
Check the sample sequence and class diagram screenshots that explain the important features of MaintainJ.
This demo shows how you can quickly find the relevant components used in a use case to enhance that use case.
This demo shows how you can tune the response time of a use case using MaintainJ.
This demo shows two ways to quickly document a large use case.
Check how you can define and apply the filters to view the same diagram at different levels of details and to quickly document a complex use case.
The MaintainJ diagrams can be exported as UML2 models and then be imported into other UML2 compliant tools like Rational Software Architect (RSA).
You can search for a class / method or database table / field across trace files. This feature can be used to find the impacted use cases after a change to a Java class or method or changing a database table or field. Check the slides below to find out how.
We provide many wizards to install MaintainJ on different types of applications. The following slide shows show the steps involved in installing MaintainJ on core Java, web and JUnit applications. We also provide the sample applications (JFreeChart) used to record the slideshows. The sample applications are about 1000 classes, big enough to give you an idea of how MaintainJ scales.
Sample Application: Deploy the war to the application server of your choice and open http://localhost:8080/jfreechart-sample/
MaintainJ for JUnit: MaintainJ seamlessly integrates with JUnit to generate UML diagrams for each test case.
The zip is an Eclipse workspace projects that can directly be imported into Eclipse. The main class and the Applet class used are org.jfree.chart.demo.TimeSeriesChartDemo1 and demo.applet.TimeSeriesChartApplet respectively.
If your application is started from command prompt, check these.
For core Java Applications run from command prompt