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The purpose of this How-To doc is to explain how to import Architecture Checker models into AIP Console and to use them to detect application structural flaw.
The different actions presented here have been done with AIP Console 1.9.0.

Use case

As an Application Owner you on-boarded an application in AIP Console and you want to control if the software architecture that has been designed by Software Architects is respected. This can be done by using Architecture Checker and, for that, you must have analyzed a version (and generated a snapshot) and you need an architecture model.
Software Architects may have one that corresponds to the software architecture to be verified. If not, then a new one can be created with the client-server version of Architecture Checker since it is not yet possible to do that in AIP Console.

Import an Architecture Checker model

Test a model against an application

View and edit models

Moving a model to production

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