|Re: Create UML Diagrams based on an existing model [message #1000972 is a reply to message #901472]
||Tue, 15 January 2013 14:54
| Andrei Miclaus
Registered: January 2013
I stumbled upon your post and was very happy to create a Papyrus Model from a .uml file.
The only problem is, I could only import the uml model into the Papyrus Model but I could not find a way to display the uml elements in the diagram.
The uml model I imported was one created beforehand in Papyrus using an Activity Diagram.
I copied it to a new Papyrus project and created a new model by right-clicking on the .uml file->new papyrus model->selecting the Activity Diagram and the root Package as root element.
Drag&Drop of elements in the Model Explorer does nothing.
No import option that I could fine and I also couldn't find any properties to set.
How can I display the elements of the UML Model in Papyrus?
on Eclipse Juno Service Release 1 Build id: 20120920-0800
The goal is to create a UML model from a Palladio Model through a QVT-O transformation and it would be great to be able to visualize the result in Papyrus or any other editor.
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