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UML Modeling Tool

 
Luca Vent
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Hello!
I am taking part 2 of SCEA: can someone suggest to me some free UML modeling tool to use to pass it?
Thanks a lot in adavance.
Luca
 
Xie Ruchang
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You may wish to try open source UML design tool at
http://argouml.tigris.org/
 
Luca Vent
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Thanks a lot Frankie! :-)
Luca
 
Vishwa Kumba
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Originally posted by Frankie Cha:
You may wish to try open source UML design tool at
http://argouml.tigris.org/

Excellent Frankie!
 
k.p thottam
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try objecteering.com , it offers the ablity to copy your UML as a image on to the cliboard and you can use it from there
 
k.p thottam
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Hi Kumar and Frankie ,
does the tool that you mentioned out of the box offer the ablity to copy the diagram as an image into photshop or paint ??
thanks
kpt
 
Vishwa Kumba
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Originally posted by kpthottam:
try objecteering.com , it offers the ablity to copy your UML as a image on to the cliboard and you can use it from there

Thanks kpthottam,

I am not entirely sure as I haven't installed it on my machine yet.
I didn't know that we had a few UML tools available on the net.
We had used Rational Rose before and it allows you to do all sorts of things, But is the most expensive.....
I'll let you know next week, when I start using the new tools...
Cheers,
Vish
 
Stefan Peeters
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Hi,
I am using Poseidon.
This is based on Argo UML, but there are some additional features, like "undo".
There is a community edition which has all the diagrams.
Good luck,
Stefan P.
 
Jason Hocker
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but which ones are free and allow printing?
 
bart zagers
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I personally use the free version of the eclipse plugin EclipseUML.
Omondo
 
Vishwa Kumba
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Initially I thought I wouldn't get hold of any free tool for UML.
But now my options are increasing....
Cheers guys!
 
joostdenboer
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Gentleware has a community version of their Poseidon product.
See http://www.gentleware.com/index.php4.
You can even use this UML tool to design your application and then use JAG (Java Application Generator, jag.sourceforge.net) to generate the application for you. Very useful. Make building CRUD stuf al lot easier.
 
joostdenboer
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Gentleware has a community version of their Poseidon product.
See http://www.gentleware.com/index.php4.
You can even use this UML tool to design your application and then use JAG (Java Application Generator, jag.sourceforge.net) to generate the application for you. Very useful. Make building CRUD stuf al lot easier.
 
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