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Papyrus/EMF to Er Diagram/DDL [message #1012501] Thu, 21 February 2013 17:12 Go to next message
roshni rajagopal is currently offline roshni rajagopalFriend
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Is there a way to convert the UML diagram created in an eclipse modeling tool to an ER Diagram & generate DDL?

I can take the XMI generated by Papyrus and import it to Erwin & create a physical data model for an oracle database. Would it be possible to do this in eclipse? Like a replacement for Erwin?

I saw an interesting eclipse tool called "Teneo" which promises ER diagrams- but I couldn't install this component. Is it a current project? If yes, can I use it to create an ER diagram from the Papyrus/EMF UML- any tutorials for its installation and use.
Re: Papyrus/EMF to Er Diagram/DDL [message #1012515 is a reply to message #1012501] Thu, 21 February 2013 17:31 Go to previous message
Ed Willink is currently offline Ed WillinkFriend
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HI

No idea, but teneo is active on the EMF newsgroup.

Regards

Ed Willink

On 21/02/2013 17:12, roshni rajagopal wrote:
> Is there a way to convert the UML diagram created in an eclipse
> modeling tool to an ER Diagram & generate DDL?
>
> I can take the XMI generated by Papyrus and import it to Erwin &
> create a physical data model for an oracle database. Would it be
> possible to do this in eclipse? Like a replacement for Erwin?
>
> I saw an interesting eclipse tool called "Teneo" which promises ER
> diagrams- but I couldn't install this component. Is it a current
> project? If yes, can I use it to create an ER diagram from the
> Papyrus/EMF UML- any tutorials for its installation and use.
>
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