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Creating Domain-Specific Language Solutions 

Domain-Specific Language Tools includes several solution templates that you can use to create domain-specific languages. You use the solution templates in association with the Domain-Specific Language Designer Wizard. These solution templates include the following:

  • Task Flow

  • Class Diagrams

  • Minimal Language

  • Component Models

In This Section

Walkthrough: Creating a Domain-Specific Language Solution

Demonstrates the initial steps that you follow to create a domain-specific language using the Domain-Specific Language Designer Wizard. This walkthrough serves as the foundation for other walkthroughs provided in the documentation.

Walkthrough: Customizing the Domain-Specific Language Definition

Demonstrates the steps that you follow to customize a domain-specific language using the Domain-Specific Language Designer. This walkthrough builds upon the first walkthrough.

Choosing a Domain-Specific Language Solution Template

Provides an overview of the various solution templates for domain-specific languages, which include Minimal Language, Task Flow, Class Diagrams, and Component Models.

How to: Create Domain-Specific Language Solutions

Explains how to create a domain-specific language by using the Domain-Specific Language Designer Wizard with a solution template that you specify.

How to: Test Domain-Specific Language Solutions

Explains how to test your domain-specific language.

How to: Remove a Domain-Specific Language

Explains how to correctly remove an existing domain-specific language from the experimental and main registry hives.

Troubleshooting Domain-Specific Language Tools

Provides troubleshooting advice for domain-specific language issues regarding package load failures.

Working with the Domain-Specific Language Designer

Describes how to use the Domain-Specific Language Designer and its set of supporting tools, which include DSL Explorer and the DSL Details window.

Related Sections

Domain-Specific Language Tools Glossary

Defines key terms that are used in the Help for Domain-Specific Language Tools.

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