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The paradigm can be divided into two parts:

Logical model

Describes the functionality of the system itself, that is, what the system can do, what data is input and what data is output.

Physical model

Includes everything else - everything related to the development, performance improvement and management of a working system.


Physical modelManagementDevelopmentExecutionTablesIndexesMaterializationsInternationalizationMigrationMetaprogrammingIntegrationElements identificationModularityLogical modelView logicNavigatorFormsInteractiveViewsPrintStructuredGraphicStaticStructureDomain logicClassesAggregationsSimple constraintsConstraintsSimple eventsEventsActionsPropertiesCalculated events