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Exposing Behavior of Members in Application Systems 

In System Designer, you can add systems to other systems. However, the systems that you include in other systems must expose endpoints so that you can connect them within other systems. This section contains topics about exposing the behavior of member endpoints as proxy endpoints. You can then connect these proxy endpoints to members within other systems.

In This Section

Exposure of Members in Application Systems

Provides an overview of exposing the behavior of members in a system through proxy endpoints.

How to: Add Proxy Endpoints to Application Systems

Describes how to add proxy endpoints to a system so that you can expose behavior of members in the system.


Related Sections

Designing Application Systems with System Designer

Introduces System Designer, which you can use to design application systems composed from applications or other systems.

Designing Application Systems on System Diagrams

Contains topics about designing application systems on system diagrams.

Viewing Items from System Diagrams

Contains topics about viewing items from system diagrams.

Defining Communication Pathways on System Diagrams

Contains topics about creating and configuring connections between members of systems on system diagrams.

Distributed System Designer Walkthroughs

Provides walkthroughs of core tasks performed using Distributed System Designers.

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