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Deriving UML model

 
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Hello all,

Let a model in UML (source model), I need to transform this model (after applying some OCL constraints on it) to obtain another UML model (target model). In fact, my problem is similar to the problem of designing UML object diagram from UML class diagram. Is their any idea to do that?
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Many UML tools nowadays support XMI for import and export of models. You could load that XML into a DOM and manipulate it any way you like, or, if you have a high tolerance for pain, manipulate it via XSL. UML tools might even have APIs for reading and updating the model. I don't know of any tools to help you on the way ... anyone else? It would be a pretty big job to do from scratch!
 
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