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Domain specific view on uml model [message #377994] Mon, 03 December 2007 09:59 Go to next message
Stefan Kuhn is currently offline Stefan Kuhn
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hi all,

in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for these
kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there other
tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?

- -stefan
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Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #377995 is a reply to message #377994] Tue, 04 December 2007 13:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kenn Hussey is currently offline Kenn Hussey
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SKuhn,

I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to provide
full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...

Kenn

"SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
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> hi all,
>
> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for these
> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there other
> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>
> - -stefan
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Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #377996 is a reply to message #377995] Sat, 08 December 2007 13:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Stefan Kuhn is currently offline Stefan Kuhn
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hi kenn,

thanks for you answer. Maybe I didn't formulate my question correctly.
To reword it: Is there a _language workbench supporting uml2+stereotypes_?

In other words: What I try to achieve is more or less my own -domain
specific- diagram type. It'll just show a special set of elements, ease
editing them and support e.g. diagram partitioning and constraints where
it's useful.

-stefan


Kenn Hussey wrote:
> SKuhn,
>
> I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to provide
> full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
> Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...
>
> Kenn
>
> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
> news:fj15op$oi4$1@build.eclipse.org...
> hi all,
>
> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for these
> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there other
> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>
> -stefan
Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #377997 is a reply to message #377996] Tue, 11 December 2007 11:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kenn Hussey is currently offline Kenn Hussey
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Stefan,

I'm not sure what you mean by "language workbench", but what you are
describing sounds like it should be possible using UML modeling tools that
provide complete support for profiles...

Kenn

"SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
news:fjepgt$gfh$1@build.eclipse.org...
> hi kenn,
>
> thanks for you answer. Maybe I didn't formulate my question correctly.
> To reword it: Is there a _language workbench supporting uml2+stereotypes_?
>
> In other words: What I try to achieve is more or less my own -domain
> specific- diagram type. It'll just show a special set of elements, ease
> editing them and support e.g. diagram partitioning and constraints where
> it's useful.
>
> -stefan
>
>
> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>> SKuhn,
>>
>> I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to
>> provide
>> full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
>> Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...
>>
>> Kenn
>>
>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>> news:fj15op$oi4$1@build.eclipse.org...
>> hi all,
>>
>> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
>> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
>> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
>> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
>> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for these
>> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there other
>> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>>
>> -stefan
Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #377998 is a reply to message #377997] Tue, 11 December 2007 12:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Stefan Kuhn is currently offline Stefan Kuhn
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hi kenn,

with language workbench I mean a tool(set) which supports me in creating
a (visual) language e.g. GMF.

In my case, I'm using GMF to display a class w/ sterotype <<button>> as
a button, and <<window>> as a window. Windows are composites. Just
connections between stereotypes are shown- everything else is blanked.

The point is that GMF (Codegen) focuses on DSLs with their own
Metamodel, not on UML models enriched with Profiles/Stereotypes. Because
of that the creation of a DSL Editor based on uml2 is a bit cumbersome.
I was wondering if a tool that focuses on creating DSL Editors based on
stereotypes is available.

-stefan

Kenn Hussey wrote:
> Stefan,
>
> I'm not sure what you mean by "language workbench", but what you are
> describing sounds like it should be possible using UML modeling tools that
> provide complete support for profiles...
>
> Kenn
>
> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
> news:fjepgt$gfh$1@build.eclipse.org...
>> hi kenn,
>>
>> thanks for you answer. Maybe I didn't formulate my question correctly.
>> To reword it: Is there a _language workbench supporting uml2+stereotypes_?
>>
>> In other words: What I try to achieve is more or less my own -domain
>> specific- diagram type. It'll just show a special set of elements, ease
>> editing them and support e.g. diagram partitioning and constraints where
>> it's useful.
>>
>> -stefan
>>
>>
>> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>>> SKuhn,
>>>
>>> I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to
>>> provide
>>> full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
>>> Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...
>>>
>>> Kenn
>>>
>>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>>> news:fj15op$oi4$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>> hi all,
>>>
>>> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
>>> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
>>> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
>>> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
>>> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for these
>>> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there other
>>> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>>>
>>> -stefan
>
>
Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #377999 is a reply to message #377998] Tue, 11 December 2007 18:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kenn Hussey is currently offline Kenn Hussey
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Ah, I see now. I'm not aware of such a tool, but maybe someone else is...

Kenn

"SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
news:fjmgpf$15n$1@build.eclipse.org...
> hi kenn,
>
> with language workbench I mean a tool(set) which supports me in creating
> a (visual) language e.g. GMF.
>
> In my case, I'm using GMF to display a class w/ sterotype <<button>> as
> a button, and <<window>> as a window. Windows are composites. Just
> connections between stereotypes are shown- everything else is blanked.
>
> The point is that GMF (Codegen) focuses on DSLs with their own
> Metamodel, not on UML models enriched with Profiles/Stereotypes. Because
> of that the creation of a DSL Editor based on uml2 is a bit cumbersome.
> I was wondering if a tool that focuses on creating DSL Editors based on
> stereotypes is available.
>
> -stefan
>
> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>> Stefan,
>>
>> I'm not sure what you mean by "language workbench", but what you are
>> describing sounds like it should be possible using UML modeling tools
>> that
>> provide complete support for profiles...
>>
>> Kenn
>>
>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>> news:fjepgt$gfh$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>> hi kenn,
>>>
>>> thanks for you answer. Maybe I didn't formulate my question correctly.
>>> To reword it: Is there a _language workbench supporting
>>> uml2+stereotypes_?
>>>
>>> In other words: What I try to achieve is more or less my own -domain
>>> specific- diagram type. It'll just show a special set of elements, ease
>>> editing them and support e.g. diagram partitioning and constraints where
>>> it's useful.
>>>
>>> -stefan
>>>
>>>
>>> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>>>> SKuhn,
>>>>
>>>> I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to
>>>> provide
>>>> full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
>>>> Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...
>>>>
>>>> Kenn
>>>>
>>>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>>>> news:fj15op$oi4$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>> hi all,
>>>>
>>>> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
>>>> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
>>>> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
>>>> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
>>>> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for
>>>> these
>>>> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there
>>>> other
>>>> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>>>>
>>>> -stefan
>>
>>
Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #378027 is a reply to message #377999] Wed, 12 December 2007 09:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Stefan Kuhn is currently offline Stefan Kuhn
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hi kenn,

these are good news for me- at least I didn't miss to find it :)
By the way, does anybody know if someone realized the same approach as I
did: building a DSL-Editor based on UML+Stereotypes? I've just seen
Enterprise Architect doing it, but it doesn't focus on it so the
functionality is limited (put window in button)

-stefan


Kenn Hussey wrote:
> Ah, I see now. I'm not aware of such a tool, but maybe someone else is...
>
> Kenn
>
> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
> news:fjmgpf$15n$1@build.eclipse.org...
>> hi kenn,
>>
>> with language workbench I mean a tool(set) which supports me in creating
>> a (visual) language e.g. GMF.
>>
>> In my case, I'm using GMF to display a class w/ sterotype <<button>> as
>> a button, and <<window>> as a window. Windows are composites. Just
>> connections between stereotypes are shown- everything else is blanked.
>>
>> The point is that GMF (Codegen) focuses on DSLs with their own
>> Metamodel, not on UML models enriched with Profiles/Stereotypes. Because
>> of that the creation of a DSL Editor based on uml2 is a bit cumbersome.
>> I was wondering if a tool that focuses on creating DSL Editors based on
>> stereotypes is available.
>>
>> -stefan
>>
>> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>>> Stefan,
>>>
>>> I'm not sure what you mean by "language workbench", but what you are
>>> describing sounds like it should be possible using UML modeling tools
>>> that
>>> provide complete support for profiles...
>>>
>>> Kenn
>>>
>>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>>> news:fjepgt$gfh$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>> hi kenn,
>>>>
>>>> thanks for you answer. Maybe I didn't formulate my question correctly.
>>>> To reword it: Is there a _language workbench supporting
>>>> uml2+stereotypes_?
>>>>
>>>> In other words: What I try to achieve is more or less my own -domain
>>>> specific- diagram type. It'll just show a special set of elements, ease
>>>> editing them and support e.g. diagram partitioning and constraints where
>>>> it's useful.
>>>>
>>>> -stefan
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>>>>> SKuhn,
>>>>>
>>>>> I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to
>>>>> provide
>>>>> full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
>>>>> Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...
>>>>>
>>>>> Kenn
>>>>>
>>>>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>>>>> news:fj15op$oi4$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>> hi all,
>>>>>
>>>>> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
>>>>> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
>>>>> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
>>>>> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
>>>>> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for
>>>>> these
>>>>> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there
>>>>> other
>>>>> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>>>>>
>>>>> -stefan
>>>
>
>
Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #378052 is a reply to message #378027] Tue, 29 January 2008 15:19 Go to previous message
Raphael Faudou is currently offline Raphael Faudou
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Hi stefan,

perhaps an easiest way to achieve your goal is to have your DSL editor
built (generated) upon a metamodel (with GMF for instance) and then
develop the metamodel2UMLProfile transformation so that you can store
the model as a UML profiled model...

regards,

Raphaël

TOPCASED team


SKuhn a écrit :
> hi kenn,
>
> these are good news for me- at least I didn't miss to find it :)
> By the way, does anybody know if someone realized the same approach as I
> did: building a DSL-Editor based on UML+Stereotypes? I've just seen
> Enterprise Architect doing it, but it doesn't focus on it so the
> functionality is limited (put window in button)
>
> -stefan
>
>
> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>> Ah, I see now. I'm not aware of such a tool, but maybe someone else is...
>>
>> Kenn
>>
>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>> news:fjmgpf$15n$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>> hi kenn,
>>>
>>> with language workbench I mean a tool(set) which supports me in creating
>>> a (visual) language e.g. GMF.
>>>
>>> In my case, I'm using GMF to display a class w/ sterotype <<button>> as
>>> a button, and <<window>> as a window. Windows are composites. Just
>>> connections between stereotypes are shown- everything else is blanked.
>>>
>>> The point is that GMF (Codegen) focuses on DSLs with their own
>>> Metamodel, not on UML models enriched with Profiles/Stereotypes. Because
>>> of that the creation of a DSL Editor based on uml2 is a bit cumbersome.
>>> I was wondering if a tool that focuses on creating DSL Editors based on
>>> stereotypes is available.
>>>
>>> -stefan
>>>
>>> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>>>> Stefan,
>>>>
>>>> I'm not sure what you mean by "language workbench", but what you are
>>>> describing sounds like it should be possible using UML modeling tools
>>>> that
>>>> provide complete support for profiles...
>>>>
>>>> Kenn
>>>>
>>>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>>>> news:fjepgt$gfh$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>> hi kenn,
>>>>>
>>>>> thanks for you answer. Maybe I didn't formulate my question correctly.
>>>>> To reword it: Is there a _language workbench supporting
>>>>> uml2+stereotypes_?
>>>>>
>>>>> In other words: What I try to achieve is more or less my own -domain
>>>>> specific- diagram type. It'll just show a special set of elements, ease
>>>>> editing them and support e.g. diagram partitioning and constraints where
>>>>> it's useful.
>>>>>
>>>>> -stefan
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>>>>>> SKuhn,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to
>>>>>> provide
>>>>>> full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
>>>>>> Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Kenn
>>>>>>
>>>>>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>>>>>> news:fj15op$oi4$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>>> hi all,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
>>>>>> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
>>>>>> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
>>>>>> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
>>>>>> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for
>>>>>> these
>>>>>> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there
>>>>>> other
>>>>>> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> -stefan
>>
Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #578579 is a reply to message #377994] Tue, 04 December 2007 13:05 Go to previous message
Kenn Hussey is currently offline Kenn Hussey
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SKuhn,

I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to provide
full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...

Kenn

"SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
news:fj15op$oi4$1@build.eclipse.org...
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>
> hi all,
>
> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for these
> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there other
> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>
> - -stefan
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Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #578602 is a reply to message #377995] Sat, 08 December 2007 13:55 Go to previous message
Stefan Kuhn is currently offline Stefan Kuhn
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hi kenn,

thanks for you answer. Maybe I didn't formulate my question correctly.
To reword it: Is there a _language workbench supporting uml2+stereotypes_?

In other words: What I try to achieve is more or less my own -domain
specific- diagram type. It'll just show a special set of elements, ease
editing them and support e.g. diagram partitioning and constraints where
it's useful.

-stefan


Kenn Hussey wrote:
> SKuhn,
>
> I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to provide
> full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
> Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...
>
> Kenn
>
> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
> news:fj15op$oi4$1@build.eclipse.org...
> hi all,
>
> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for these
> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there other
> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>
> -stefan
Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #578661 is a reply to message #377996] Tue, 11 December 2007 11:38 Go to previous message
Kenn Hussey is currently offline Kenn Hussey
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Stefan,

I'm not sure what you mean by "language workbench", but what you are
describing sounds like it should be possible using UML modeling tools that
provide complete support for profiles...

Kenn

"SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
news:fjepgt$gfh$1@build.eclipse.org...
> hi kenn,
>
> thanks for you answer. Maybe I didn't formulate my question correctly.
> To reword it: Is there a _language workbench supporting uml2+stereotypes_?
>
> In other words: What I try to achieve is more or less my own -domain
> specific- diagram type. It'll just show a special set of elements, ease
> editing them and support e.g. diagram partitioning and constraints where
> it's useful.
>
> -stefan
>
>
> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>> SKuhn,
>>
>> I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to
>> provide
>> full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
>> Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...
>>
>> Kenn
>>
>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>> news:fj15op$oi4$1@build.eclipse.org...
>> hi all,
>>
>> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
>> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
>> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
>> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
>> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for these
>> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there other
>> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>>
>> -stefan
Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #578676 is a reply to message #377997] Tue, 11 December 2007 12:15 Go to previous message
Stefan Kuhn is currently offline Stefan Kuhn
Messages: 355
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hi kenn,

with language workbench I mean a tool(set) which supports me in creating
a (visual) language e.g. GMF.

In my case, I'm using GMF to display a class w/ sterotype <<button>> as
a button, and <<window>> as a window. Windows are composites. Just
connections between stereotypes are shown- everything else is blanked.

The point is that GMF (Codegen) focuses on DSLs with their own
Metamodel, not on UML models enriched with Profiles/Stereotypes. Because
of that the creation of a DSL Editor based on uml2 is a bit cumbersome.
I was wondering if a tool that focuses on creating DSL Editors based on
stereotypes is available.

-stefan

Kenn Hussey wrote:
> Stefan,
>
> I'm not sure what you mean by "language workbench", but what you are
> describing sounds like it should be possible using UML modeling tools that
> provide complete support for profiles...
>
> Kenn
>
> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
> news:fjepgt$gfh$1@build.eclipse.org...
>> hi kenn,
>>
>> thanks for you answer. Maybe I didn't formulate my question correctly.
>> To reword it: Is there a _language workbench supporting uml2+stereotypes_?
>>
>> In other words: What I try to achieve is more or less my own -domain
>> specific- diagram type. It'll just show a special set of elements, ease
>> editing them and support e.g. diagram partitioning and constraints where
>> it's useful.
>>
>> -stefan
>>
>>
>> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>>> SKuhn,
>>>
>>> I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to
>>> provide
>>> full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
>>> Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...
>>>
>>> Kenn
>>>
>>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>>> news:fj15op$oi4$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>> hi all,
>>>
>>> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
>>> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
>>> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
>>> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
>>> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for these
>>> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there other
>>> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>>>
>>> -stefan
>
>
Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #578703 is a reply to message #377998] Tue, 11 December 2007 18:00 Go to previous message
Kenn Hussey is currently offline Kenn Hussey
Messages: 1618
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ah, I see now. I'm not aware of such a tool, but maybe someone else is...

Kenn

"SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
news:fjmgpf$15n$1@build.eclipse.org...
> hi kenn,
>
> with language workbench I mean a tool(set) which supports me in creating
> a (visual) language e.g. GMF.
>
> In my case, I'm using GMF to display a class w/ sterotype <<button>> as
> a button, and <<window>> as a window. Windows are composites. Just
> connections between stereotypes are shown- everything else is blanked.
>
> The point is that GMF (Codegen) focuses on DSLs with their own
> Metamodel, not on UML models enriched with Profiles/Stereotypes. Because
> of that the creation of a DSL Editor based on uml2 is a bit cumbersome.
> I was wondering if a tool that focuses on creating DSL Editors based on
> stereotypes is available.
>
> -stefan
>
> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>> Stefan,
>>
>> I'm not sure what you mean by "language workbench", but what you are
>> describing sounds like it should be possible using UML modeling tools
>> that
>> provide complete support for profiles...
>>
>> Kenn
>>
>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>> news:fjepgt$gfh$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>> hi kenn,
>>>
>>> thanks for you answer. Maybe I didn't formulate my question correctly.
>>> To reword it: Is there a _language workbench supporting
>>> uml2+stereotypes_?
>>>
>>> In other words: What I try to achieve is more or less my own -domain
>>> specific- diagram type. It'll just show a special set of elements, ease
>>> editing them and support e.g. diagram partitioning and constraints where
>>> it's useful.
>>>
>>> -stefan
>>>
>>>
>>> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>>>> SKuhn,
>>>>
>>>> I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to
>>>> provide
>>>> full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
>>>> Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...
>>>>
>>>> Kenn
>>>>
>>>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>>>> news:fj15op$oi4$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>> hi all,
>>>>
>>>> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
>>>> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
>>>> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
>>>> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
>>>> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for
>>>> these
>>>> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there
>>>> other
>>>> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>>>>
>>>> -stefan
>>
>>
Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #581092 is a reply to message #377999] Wed, 12 December 2007 09:19 Go to previous message
Stefan Kuhn is currently offline Stefan Kuhn
Messages: 355
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
hi kenn,

these are good news for me- at least I didn't miss to find it :)
By the way, does anybody know if someone realized the same approach as I
did: building a DSL-Editor based on UML+Stereotypes? I've just seen
Enterprise Architect doing it, but it doesn't focus on it so the
functionality is limited (put window in button)

-stefan


Kenn Hussey wrote:
> Ah, I see now. I'm not aware of such a tool, but maybe someone else is...
>
> Kenn
>
> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
> news:fjmgpf$15n$1@build.eclipse.org...
>> hi kenn,
>>
>> with language workbench I mean a tool(set) which supports me in creating
>> a (visual) language e.g. GMF.
>>
>> In my case, I'm using GMF to display a class w/ sterotype <<button>> as
>> a button, and <<window>> as a window. Windows are composites. Just
>> connections between stereotypes are shown- everything else is blanked.
>>
>> The point is that GMF (Codegen) focuses on DSLs with their own
>> Metamodel, not on UML models enriched with Profiles/Stereotypes. Because
>> of that the creation of a DSL Editor based on uml2 is a bit cumbersome.
>> I was wondering if a tool that focuses on creating DSL Editors based on
>> stereotypes is available.
>>
>> -stefan
>>
>> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>>> Stefan,
>>>
>>> I'm not sure what you mean by "language workbench", but what you are
>>> describing sounds like it should be possible using UML modeling tools
>>> that
>>> provide complete support for profiles...
>>>
>>> Kenn
>>>
>>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>>> news:fjepgt$gfh$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>> hi kenn,
>>>>
>>>> thanks for you answer. Maybe I didn't formulate my question correctly.
>>>> To reword it: Is there a _language workbench supporting
>>>> uml2+stereotypes_?
>>>>
>>>> In other words: What I try to achieve is more or less my own -domain
>>>> specific- diagram type. It'll just show a special set of elements, ease
>>>> editing them and support e.g. diagram partitioning and constraints where
>>>> it's useful.
>>>>
>>>> -stefan
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>>>>> SKuhn,
>>>>>
>>>>> I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to
>>>>> provide
>>>>> full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
>>>>> Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...
>>>>>
>>>>> Kenn
>>>>>
>>>>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>>>>> news:fj15op$oi4$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>> hi all,
>>>>>
>>>>> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
>>>>> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
>>>>> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
>>>>> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
>>>>> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for
>>>>> these
>>>>> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there
>>>>> other
>>>>> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>>>>>
>>>>> -stefan
>>>
>
>
Re: Domain specific view on uml model [message #581484 is a reply to message #378027] Tue, 29 January 2008 15:19 Go to previous message
Raphael Faudou is currently offline Raphael Faudou
Messages: 79
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi stefan,

perhaps an easiest way to achieve your goal is to have your DSL editor
built (generated) upon a metamodel (with GMF for instance) and then
develop the metamodel2UMLProfile transformation so that you can store
the model as a UML profiled model...

regards,

Raphaël

TOPCASED team


SKuhn a écrit :
> hi kenn,
>
> these are good news for me- at least I didn't miss to find it :)
> By the way, does anybody know if someone realized the same approach as I
> did: building a DSL-Editor based on UML+Stereotypes? I've just seen
> Enterprise Architect doing it, but it doesn't focus on it so the
> functionality is limited (put window in button)
>
> -stefan
>
>
> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>> Ah, I see now. I'm not aware of such a tool, but maybe someone else is...
>>
>> Kenn
>>
>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>> news:fjmgpf$15n$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>> hi kenn,
>>>
>>> with language workbench I mean a tool(set) which supports me in creating
>>> a (visual) language e.g. GMF.
>>>
>>> In my case, I'm using GMF to display a class w/ sterotype <<button>> as
>>> a button, and <<window>> as a window. Windows are composites. Just
>>> connections between stereotypes are shown- everything else is blanked.
>>>
>>> The point is that GMF (Codegen) focuses on DSLs with their own
>>> Metamodel, not on UML models enriched with Profiles/Stereotypes. Because
>>> of that the creation of a DSL Editor based on uml2 is a bit cumbersome.
>>> I was wondering if a tool that focuses on creating DSL Editors based on
>>> stereotypes is available.
>>>
>>> -stefan
>>>
>>> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>>>> Stefan,
>>>>
>>>> I'm not sure what you mean by "language workbench", but what you are
>>>> describing sounds like it should be possible using UML modeling tools
>>>> that
>>>> provide complete support for profiles...
>>>>
>>>> Kenn
>>>>
>>>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>>>> news:fjepgt$gfh$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>> hi kenn,
>>>>>
>>>>> thanks for you answer. Maybe I didn't formulate my question correctly.
>>>>> To reword it: Is there a _language workbench supporting
>>>>> uml2+stereotypes_?
>>>>>
>>>>> In other words: What I try to achieve is more or less my own -domain
>>>>> specific- diagram type. It'll just show a special set of elements, ease
>>>>> editing them and support e.g. diagram partitioning and constraints where
>>>>> it's useful.
>>>>>
>>>>> -stefan
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Kenn Hussey wrote:
>>>>>> SKuhn,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'd expect this capability to be offered by any tool that claims to
>>>>>> provide
>>>>>> full support for UML profiles. One such tool is IBM's Rational Software
>>>>>> Architect/Modeler, for example; I'm sure there are others...
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Kenn
>>>>>>
>>>>>> "SKuhn" <kuhn@oio.de> wrote in message
>>>>>> news:fj15op$oi4$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>>> hi all,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> in my theses, I'm writing a program which offers a domain specific view
>>>>>> on an uml-model. E.g. there's a tool called Enterprise Architect (EA)
>>>>>> which offers gui-modeling in uml. In EA a they change the visual
>>>>>> representation of a class from uml notation e.g. to a button depending
>>>>>> on it's stereotype. It lacks constraints which would be useful for
>>>>>> these
>>>>>> kind of app ... like a table/ button can be in a button. Are there
>>>>>> other
>>>>>> tools which offer a similar domain specific view on an uml-model?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> -stefan
>>
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