Active Agenda is a community developed software application for operational risk management (OpRisk). Active Agenda consists of more than eighty (80) integrated modules which help companies to manage and reduce risk and related costs.
Active Agenda is an open source software development project open to the international community.
Active Agenda is, technically speaking, a large relational database with a web interface that allows users to add and modify data.
Each table in the database is represented by a "module", which serves as the metaphor for all meta-data that is associated with that table. This meta-data is defined in an XML file for each module, consolidating data table structure together with relationships with other tables, user interface "screens" and form fields, as well as module-specific documentation.
Rather than turning the XML meta-data into a running application "on the fly", Active Agenda uses a "generator" that translates the XML structure into generated files that contain the module-specific logic. Therefore we speak of "generating time" and "run time" as separate states in which the code might be executed.
The generator will typically hard-code data from the XML definitions into the generated files, whick will then remain static unless the XML definition changes.
Functionality which is not module-specific is coded directly into the framework application, and is not represented in any XML file. This includes the user login functionality, user permissions, and the logic that handles the basic page display.
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