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Tutorial for using UML2 Tools [message #472172] Sun, 30 December 2007 07:17 Go to next message
Lars Vogel is currently offline Lars Vogel
Messages: 1049
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member

Hi,

a (tiny) tutorial for using the UML2 Tools:

http://www.vogella.de/articles/UML/article.html

Improvements suggestions are welcome.

Best regards, Lars
Re: Tutorial for using UML2 Tools [message #472177 is a reply to message #472172] Wed, 02 January 2008 13:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Tatiana Fesenko is currently offline Tatiana Fesenko
Messages: 530
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Good job, Lars!

Here are some remarks to make the tutorial even better:

- Section 2.2. Creating UML Diagrams with Eclipse UML2 Tools
"Create a new java project and a new folder, e.g. "uml". Select the new folder,
right click on the folder, select new and other." At the moment UML2Tools
diagram can be created in a project of any type, not only in Java projects.
You create diagram in Java project, but it would be good to mention the others
possibilities.

-2.3. Interfaces
"Simple right click on the interface and select "Show as class" of "Collapse
to circle"." We are going to change the labels of the actions, be carefull!

-2.4. Viewing the .uml file
I propose to note that *.uml is EMF-based.

-3. Appendix: Class diagrams
It this part you give an introduction to UML Classes. You describe it abstractedly,
independently of UML2Tools. I offer to say couple of words about its implementation
in UML2Tools there. It's important to know how to hide a compartment, how
to create an association with a composite(shared) aggregation, that aggregation
kind of an association can be changed by the action.

-5. Links and Literature
Isn't it a place to refer to www.omg.org/uml ? You have a whope chapter (appendix)
devoted to UML, many people could be interested to know about UML more.

Thank you for the tutorial. I hope it will help many people to start with
UML2Tools.

Best wishes,
Tatiana.

> Hi,
>
> a (tiny) tutorial for using the UML2 Tools:
>
> http://www.vogella.de/articles/UML/article.html
>
> Improvements suggestions are welcome.
>
> Best regards, Lars
>
Re: Tutorial for using UML2 Tools [message #472178 is a reply to message #472177] Thu, 03 January 2008 08:32 Go to previous message
Lars Vogel is currently offline Lars Vogel
Messages: 1049
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member

Hi Tatiana,

thank you for your feedback. The following is included now:
------------------
- Remark on Section 2.2.
- Remark on 2.4. Viewing the .uml file
- Remark -5. Links and Literature
----------------

I also believe the following is important and will build it in the tutorial
soon.
-------------------
> It's important to know how to hide a compartment, how to create an
> association with a composite(shared) aggregation, that aggregation kind of
> an association can be changed by the action.
-------------------

Best regards, Lars


"Tatiana Fesenko" <tatiana.fesenko@borland.com> wrote in message
news:6785c5262b128ca1b651c058696@news.eclipse.org...
> Good job, Lars!
>
> Here are some remarks to make the tutorial even better:
>
> - Section 2.2. Creating UML Diagrams with Eclipse UML2 Tools
> "Create a new java project and a new folder, e.g. "uml". Select the new
> folder, right click on the folder, select new and other." At the moment
> UML2Tools diagram can be created in a project of any type, not only in
> Java projects. You create diagram in Java project, but it would be good to
> mention the others possibilities.
>
> -2.3. Interfaces "Simple right click on the interface and select "Show as
> class" of "Collapse to circle"." We are going to change the labels of the
> actions, be carefull!
>
> -2.4. Viewing the .uml file
> I propose to note that *.uml is EMF-based.
>
> -3. Appendix: Class diagrams
> It this part you give an introduction to UML Classes. You describe it
> abstractedly, independently of UML2Tools. I offer to say couple of words
> about its implementation in UML2Tools there. It's important to know how to
> hide a compartment, how to create an association with a composite(shared)
> aggregation, that aggregation kind of an association can be changed by the
> action.
> -5. Links and Literature
> Isn't it a place to refer to www.omg.org/uml ? You have a whope chapter
> (appendix) devoted to UML, many people could be interested to know about
> UML more.
> Thank you for the tutorial. I hope it will help many people to start with
> UML2Tools.
>
> Best wishes,
> Tatiana.
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> a (tiny) tutorial for using the UML2 Tools:
>>
>> http://www.vogella.de/articles/UML/article.html
>>
>> Improvements suggestions are welcome.
>>
>> Best regards, Lars
>>
>
>
Re: Tutorial for using UML2 Tools [message #614542 is a reply to message #472172] Wed, 02 January 2008 13:44 Go to previous message
Tatiana Fesenko is currently offline Tatiana Fesenko
Messages: 530
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Good job, Lars!

Here are some remarks to make the tutorial even better:

- Section 2.2. Creating UML Diagrams with Eclipse UML2 Tools
"Create a new java project and a new folder, e.g. "uml". Select the new folder,
right click on the folder, select new and other." At the moment UML2Tools
diagram can be created in a project of any type, not only in Java projects.
You create diagram in Java project, but it would be good to mention the others
possibilities.

-2.3. Interfaces
"Simple right click on the interface and select "Show as class" of "Collapse
to circle"." We are going to change the labels of the actions, be carefull!

-2.4. Viewing the .uml file
I propose to note that *.uml is EMF-based.

-3. Appendix: Class diagrams
It this part you give an introduction to UML Classes. You describe it abstractedly,
independently of UML2Tools. I offer to say couple of words about its implementation
in UML2Tools there. It's important to know how to hide a compartment, how
to create an association with a composite(shared) aggregation, that aggregation
kind of an association can be changed by the action.

-5. Links and Literature
Isn't it a place to refer to www.omg.org/uml ? You have a whope chapter (appendix)
devoted to UML, many people could be interested to know about UML more.

Thank you for the tutorial. I hope it will help many people to start with
UML2Tools.

Best wishes,
Tatiana.

> Hi,
>
> a (tiny) tutorial for using the UML2 Tools:
>
> http://www.vogella.de/articles/UML/article.html
>
> Improvements suggestions are welcome.
>
> Best regards, Lars
>
Re: Tutorial for using UML2 Tools [message #615650 is a reply to message #472177] Thu, 03 January 2008 08:32 Go to previous message
Lars Vogel is currently offline Lars Vogel
Messages: 1049
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member

Hi Tatiana,

thank you for your feedback. The following is included now:
------------------
- Remark on Section 2.2.
- Remark on 2.4. Viewing the .uml file
- Remark -5. Links and Literature
----------------

I also believe the following is important and will build it in the tutorial
soon.
-------------------
> It's important to know how to hide a compartment, how to create an
> association with a composite(shared) aggregation, that aggregation kind of
> an association can be changed by the action.
-------------------

Best regards, Lars


"Tatiana Fesenko" <tatiana.fesenko@borland.com> wrote in message
news:6785c5262b128ca1b651c058696@news.eclipse.org...
> Good job, Lars!
>
> Here are some remarks to make the tutorial even better:
>
> - Section 2.2. Creating UML Diagrams with Eclipse UML2 Tools
> "Create a new java project and a new folder, e.g. "uml". Select the new
> folder, right click on the folder, select new and other." At the moment
> UML2Tools diagram can be created in a project of any type, not only in
> Java projects. You create diagram in Java project, but it would be good to
> mention the others possibilities.
>
> -2.3. Interfaces "Simple right click on the interface and select "Show as
> class" of "Collapse to circle"." We are going to change the labels of the
> actions, be carefull!
>
> -2.4. Viewing the .uml file
> I propose to note that *.uml is EMF-based.
>
> -3. Appendix: Class diagrams
> It this part you give an introduction to UML Classes. You describe it
> abstractedly, independently of UML2Tools. I offer to say couple of words
> about its implementation in UML2Tools there. It's important to know how to
> hide a compartment, how to create an association with a composite(shared)
> aggregation, that aggregation kind of an association can be changed by the
> action.
> -5. Links and Literature
> Isn't it a place to refer to www.omg.org/uml ? You have a whope chapter
> (appendix) devoted to UML, many people could be interested to know about
> UML more.
> Thank you for the tutorial. I hope it will help many people to start with
> UML2Tools.
>
> Best wishes,
> Tatiana.
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> a (tiny) tutorial for using the UML2 Tools:
>>
>> http://www.vogella.de/articles/UML/article.html
>>
>> Improvements suggestions are welcome.
>>
>> Best regards, Lars
>>
>
>
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