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Hi all,
I am currently using OMONDO as a plugin for eclipse for creating UML diagrams , especially sequence diagrams.

I have just started learning how to create sequence diagrams from that.Now what i want to know that is there any way that , on giving a class name and all method relationships, some tool or OMONDO plugin for UML itself can generate the Sequence Diagram for me.Or do we need to create the Sequence digram manually.

I tried to explore the same but it dint work out for me.

Any quick help would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
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Some tool yes, some no. Unfortunately for your tool, I have not used. But the name for this is "reverse engineering" code to uml.

Be careful with your tool though, some tools go into way too much detail like all the stuff within java and javax pacakages which you don't need. You would hoepfully be able to tell it how deep to go in the tool.

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