Solutions Produits
Modeling: UML, BPMN, EA
Comprehensive System Modeling
Methodological Support
SOA SolutionA
SOA Architecture
Entreprise Architecture (EA)
Business Process Modeling
Goals, Dictionnary, Business Rules
UML Analysis and Design
Document Generation
MDA - Model Driven Architecture
Code Generation: Java, C#, C++
UML Modeler
Scope Manager
SOA Solution (EA, BPMN, SOA)
Document Publisher
MDA Modeler
Java Developer
C# Developer
C++ Developer
SQL Designer
Fortran Developer
Free Add Ons
Modelio Modeler
Services and Assistance
Consulting and Training
Diagrams supported
Products brochures
White papers
Objecteering tutorials
Modelling Practical Guides
Objecteering 6 Enterprise Edition
Objecteering UML Free Edition
Objecteering SOA Free Edition
Patches & Service Packs
Free Add-ons
Objecteering Software
Home Solutions Products Services & Support Ressources Downloads About us Home
Objecteering empowers UML2 – Examples
Diagramme de classe
Diagramme de Use Case
Diagramme de d'objets
Diagramme de communication
Diagramme de déploiement
Diagramme de d'activité
Diagramme de séquence
Diagramme d'état
Diagramme de BPMN
Diagramme de profils
Diagramme d'objectifs
Diagramme d'exigences
Diagramme de dictionnaire
Profile diagrams
UML2 supports profile modeling diagrams. This is supported inside Objecteering through the Objecteering MDA Modeler module. Profile diagrams are simplified class diagrams, representing the notions of profile and class. The designer references predefined UML metaclasses (from the UML2 metamodel), and models his profiles, stereotypes and tagged values. Once these simple models have been defined, they are packaged into MDA components, which can add behaviour and model transformation in Java, and define GUI extensions for Objecteering (menu entries, dialog boxes, and so on) using dedicated creation wizards. These MDA components, which appear in the form of zipped files that can be deployed in any Objecteering Modeler, specialize Objecteering models behavior and GUI. To create extensions, simply build the graphic model of the profiles and then package them in an MDA component. No programming is required.
Copyright © 2009 Objecteering Software : Modeling