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CodeFluent Entities and XMI: a second step towards supporting UML models


We recently announced, the CodeFluent Importer could now create a CodeFluent Entities model from a Enterprise Architect Model (http://codefluent.wordpress.com/2009/11/20/codefluent-and-enterprise-architect-the-first-stone-towards-importing-uml-model/). Well, in the same continuity, we’re announcing the release of a new beta feature of the CodeFluent Entities Importer: XMI 2.1 support. XMI is a standard, XML based, file format supported by several UML designers on the market such as the followings:

  • Enterprise Architect (Sparx Systems),
  • Magic Draw (No Magic Inc.),
  • UModel (Altova),
  • and many more!

For instance, here’s a model edited with Magic Draw UML 16.6:

The Model in MagicDraw

Model in MagicDraw

By saving your model in XMI, and running the CodeFluent Entities Importer, you’ll get a CodeFluent Entities model. As an example, here’s the imported version of the previous model (viewed in CodeFluent Entities’ upcoming graphic editor):

The imported CodeFluent Model

Now that you have a CodeFluent Entities model, you’ll now be able to generate 100% functional components by defining your desired producers. If ever you want to know more about this new importer feature, feel free to contact us!

CodeFluent Entities R&D Team

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