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UML2 Sequence Diagrams [message #26430] Thu, 12 July 2007 12:30 Go to next message
Andrew Carton is currently offline Andrew Carton
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Does anyone have experience or know of any tool or any research that is
involved with generating UML Interaction (sequence) diagrams to code?
Does anyone have a perspective on transforming behavioural models to
code and if generic M2T tools are capable of this.

Thanks.
Andrew.
Re: UML2 Sequence Diagrams [message #27184 is a reply to message #26430] Wed, 18 July 2007 08:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Paul Elder is currently offline Paul Elder
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Andrew:

I do not have any specifics on projects transforming interactions to code.
Maybe someone in the community could share their experiences.

As for using M2T tools to traverse Interaction diagrams, I think this is
feasible.

Paul

"Andrew Carton" <cartona@cs.tcd.ie> wrote in message
news:f75kvc$nmo$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Does anyone have experience or know of any tool or any research that is
> involved with generating UML Interaction (sequence) diagrams to code? Does
> anyone have a perspective on transforming behavioural models to code and
> if generic M2T tools are capable of this.
>
> Thanks.
> Andrew.
Re: UML2 Sequence Diagrams [message #30768 is a reply to message #27184] Sun, 12 August 2007 16:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Juan Pedro Silva is currently offline Juan Pedro Silva
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Hi, I believe I read something about ATL trying to do this (as future
research). ATL is M2M, not M2T, though.
I hope this helps as a pointer.
Regards,
Juan Pedro Silva

Paul Elder escribió:
> Andrew:
>
> I do not have any specifics on projects transforming interactions to code.
> Maybe someone in the community could share their experiences.
>
> As for using M2T tools to traverse Interaction diagrams, I think this is
> feasible.
>
> Paul
>
> "Andrew Carton" <cartona@cs.tcd.ie> wrote in message
> news:f75kvc$nmo$1@build.eclipse.org...
>> Does anyone have experience or know of any tool or any research that is
>> involved with generating UML Interaction (sequence) diagrams to code? Does
>> anyone have a perspective on transforming behavioural models to code and
>> if generic M2T tools are capable of this.
>>
>> Thanks.
>> Andrew.
>
>
Re: UML2 Sequence Diagrams [message #32131 is a reply to message #30768] Thu, 30 August 2007 07:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Juan Pedro Silva is currently offline Juan Pedro Silva
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I found the article I was refering to: "On Behavioral Model
Transformations in Web Services". It can be found at
http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~bxb/Papres/eCOMO-paper-011.pdf

It deals with activity diagrams, not sequence diagrams, though, but
could be of use.
Regards,
Juan Pedro

Juan Pedro Silva escribió:
> Hi, I believe I read something about ATL trying to do this (as future
> research). ATL is M2M, not M2T, though.
> I hope this helps as a pointer.
> Regards,
> Juan Pedro Silva
>
> Paul Elder escribió:
>> Andrew:
>>
>> I do not have any specifics on projects transforming interactions to
>> code. Maybe someone in the community could share their experiences.
>>
>> As for using M2T tools to traverse Interaction diagrams, I think this
>> is feasible.
>>
>> Paul
>>
>> "Andrew Carton" <cartona@cs.tcd.ie> wrote in message
>> news:f75kvc$nmo$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>> Does anyone have experience or know of any tool or any research that
>>> is involved with generating UML Interaction (sequence) diagrams to
>>> code? Does anyone have a perspective on transforming behavioural
>>> models to code and if generic M2T tools are capable of this.
>>>
>>> Thanks.
>>> Andrew.
>>
>>
Re: UML2 Sequence Diagrams [message #32165 is a reply to message #32131] Thu, 30 August 2007 08:18 Go to previous message
Andrew Carton is currently offline Andrew Carton
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Thanks Juan, you are most diligent! I think the other behaviour
diagrams, save sequence diagrams, are the ones that are most useful for
code generation. I got some workarounds going for them but the fault is
in the UML specification. If you look in the uml2 newsgroup you will
find some more details why sequence diagrams are currently a bad choice
for code generation.

Regards and thanks for getting back to me,
Andrew.


Juan Pedro Silva wrote:
> I found the article I was refering to: "On Behavioral Model
> Transformations in Web Services". It can be found at
> http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~bxb/Papres/eCOMO-paper-011.pdf
>
> It deals with activity diagrams, not sequence diagrams, though, but
> could be of use.
> Regards,
> Juan Pedro
>
> Juan Pedro Silva escribió:
>> Hi, I believe I read something about ATL trying to do this (as future
>> research). ATL is M2M, not M2T, though.
>> I hope this helps as a pointer.
>> Regards,
>> Juan Pedro Silva
>>
>> Paul Elder escribió:
>>> Andrew:
>>>
>>> I do not have any specifics on projects transforming interactions to
>>> code. Maybe someone in the community could share their experiences.
>>>
>>> As for using M2T tools to traverse Interaction diagrams, I think this
>>> is feasible.
>>>
>>> Paul
>>>
>>> "Andrew Carton" <cartona@cs.tcd.ie> wrote in message
>>> news:f75kvc$nmo$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>> Does anyone have experience or know of any tool or any research that
>>>> is involved with generating UML Interaction (sequence) diagrams to
>>>> code? Does anyone have a perspective on transforming behavioural
>>>> models to code and if generic M2T tools are capable of this.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks.
>>>> Andrew.
>>>
>>>
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