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Regarding HTML Files for UML Diagram  RSS feed

 
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I have used RSA as i did component modeling in my last project, but till now i couldn't found feature to generate html o/p (For entire mdl file we had in Raitional Rose which is emx file in RSA in a single html file as starting point). What do you suggest saving each diagram as individual images in forms of html is good choice but in that case whosoever reviewing assignments has to increase the size of gif pages i guess.

Crux of question is--> Should we provide a zip file with a generated html output from UML model file or if tools not support this as i should save each diagram as a gif file, as in anycase we can't navigate through digrams in html form as in RSA we have UML building blocks like [opt],[ref].

Any suggestion will be highly appreciated.
 
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Just wanted to share my experience:
1. Save all diagrams as ".gif" images and use image tag in correspoding html
2.Have starting page as index.html
3.Have other HTML files like ClassDiagram.html, ComponentDiag.html...
4.Prvide HREF links from index.html to ClassDiagram.html, ComponentDiag.html.pages as "new windo" or same window if so a link on each page to come back to index.html
5. If not, you can make the similar HTML arrangement as the Part-II assignment

Hope I gave you the required inputs.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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