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EJB3 (JPA) Generator Plugin for TigerStripe [message #14762] Thu, 09 April 2009 01:12 Go to next message
Nikolay Botev is currently offline Nikolay Botev
Messages: 5
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hello,

Are there any EJB3 JPA generator plugins for TigerStripe available?

I am evaluating modelling tools for doing MDA development a new project at
my work. Our basic requirement is persistent class generation from a UML
class diagram and we currently use a customized ArgoUML for an existing
project.

TigerStripe looks very good in terms of the modelling tool and I like it
better than ArgoUML - however, it seems as though all the standard
generator plugins from the commercial product are gone for good.

That means I would have to write my own generators. Is this correct?

Does anyone have information on standard generator plugins that are
available now or are planned for a future version?


Thanks
Nikolay
Re: EJB3 (JPA) Generator Plugin for TigerStripe [message #14793 is a reply to message #14762] Sat, 11 April 2009 21:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eric Dillon is currently offline Eric Dillon
Messages: 103
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Nikolay,

Unfortunately, there is no EJB3 JPA generator readily available for
Tigerstripe.

The code/content generation is very flexible in Tigerstripe (compared to
some other UML packages, but we don't have the cycles required to develop
and maintain generic open-source versions of generator plugins such as an
EJB3 JPA one.

In other words, yes, you'd have to write your own generators.

I would encourage you to post here (or email tigerstripe-users@eclipse.org)
in case somebody had something to contribute though.

Thanks,
Eric


On 4/8/09 6:12 PM, in article
8a597cef1d434301ec2689f672f12c67$1@www.eclipse.org, "Nikolay Botev"
<bono8106@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> Are there any EJB3 JPA generator plugins for TigerStripe available?
>
> I am evaluating modelling tools for doing MDA development a new project at
> my work. Our basic requirement is persistent class generation from a UML
> class diagram and we currently use a customized ArgoUML for an existing
> project.
>
> TigerStripe looks very good in terms of the modelling tool and I like it
> better than ArgoUML - however, it seems as though all the standard
> generator plugins from the commercial product are gone for good.
>
> That means I would have to write my own generators. Is this correct?
>
> Does anyone have information on standard generator plugins that are
> available now or are planned for a future version?
>
>
> Thanks
> Nikolay
>
Re: EJB3 (JPA) Generator Plugin for TigerStripe [message #14821 is a reply to message #14793] Tue, 14 April 2009 04:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Nikolay Botev is currently offline Nikolay Botev
Messages: 5
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Eric,

Thanks for the confirmation. This appeared to be the case from the bits
and pieces of information I was able to gather from here and there, but
it's always nice to hear it from explicitly from somebody.

I agree that TigerStripe's generator framework is very good. I found it
very easy to jump start and prototype a generator for proof-of-concept.
Particularly I like the fact that generators use velocity which is an
established project in its own right, and I found it very intuitive and
easy to use.

The next question that looms imminently is, what are the release plans?
The 0.5 plan wiki page has not been updated since last year. This might
come up this week as a potential issue when we have to decide on an MDA
tool and my manager will most likely be concerned.

So, what are the plans for the next release? Is TigerStripe going to
participate in the Gallileo concurrent release this summer?

Thanks,
Nikolay


Eric Dillon wrote:

> Hi Nikolay,

> Unfortunately, there is no EJB3 JPA generator readily available for
> Tigerstripe.

> The code/content generation is very flexible in Tigerstripe (compared to
> some other UML packages, but we don't have the cycles required to develop
> and maintain generic open-source versions of generator plugins such as an
> EJB3 JPA one.

> In other words, yes, you'd have to write your own generators.

> I would encourage you to post here (or email tigerstripe-users@eclipse.org)
> in case somebody had something to contribute though.

> Thanks,
> Eric


> On 4/8/09 6:12 PM, in article
> 8a597cef1d434301ec2689f672f12c67$1@www.eclipse.org, "Nikolay Botev"
> <bono8106@hotmail.com> wrote:

>> Hello,
>>
>> Are there any EJB3 JPA generator plugins for TigerStripe available?
>>
>> I am evaluating modelling tools for doing MDA development a new project at
>> my work. Our basic requirement is persistent class generation from a UML
>> class diagram and we currently use a customized ArgoUML for an existing
>> project.
>>
>> TigerStripe looks very good in terms of the modelling tool and I like it
>> better than ArgoUML - however, it seems as though all the standard
>> generator plugins from the commercial product are gone for good.
>>
>> That means I would have to write my own generators. Is this correct?
>>
>> Does anyone have information on standard generator plugins that are
>> available now or are planned for a future version?
>>
>>
>> Thanks
>> Nikolay
>>
Re: EJB3 (JPA) Generator Plugin for TigerStripe [message #14851 is a reply to message #14821] Tue, 14 April 2009 05:14 Go to previous message
Eric Dillon is currently offline Eric Dillon
Messages: 103
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Nikolay,

We have been working on a 0.4.6 maintenance release that we're hoping to
push out sometime next week.

We are polishing the details of some user request from various users.

I am guilty on the 0.5 plan, will make a point of updating it over the next
few days.

We have been discussing that on our weekly community calls (Mon 8am PDT)
that are announced on tigerstripe-dev@eclipse.org. These calls are
open/public and you're welcome to join to keep track, ask questions, etc...

We are not going to be part of the joint release per say as we couldn't
commit last fall when the deadline showed up. Yet the 0.5 release is being
planned for the same timeframe... It just won't be sanctioned as part of the
joined release... It will be "next to it".

More details by the end of the week on the plan.

Thanks for your interest.
Eric


On 4/13/09 9:33 PM, in article
c1ca04127e0bd4175eef2f189d694f00$1@www.eclipse.org, "Nikolay Botev"
<bono8106@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Eric,
>
> Thanks for the confirmation. This appeared to be the case from the bits
> and pieces of information I was able to gather from here and there, but
> it's always nice to hear it from explicitly from somebody.
>
> I agree that TigerStripe's generator framework is very good. I found it
> very easy to jump start and prototype a generator for proof-of-concept.
> Particularly I like the fact that generators use velocity which is an
> established project in its own right, and I found it very intuitive and
> easy to use.
>
> The next question that looms imminently is, what are the release plans?
> The 0.5 plan wiki page has not been updated since last year. This might
> come up this week as a potential issue when we have to decide on an MDA
> tool and my manager will most likely be concerned.
>
> So, what are the plans for the next release? Is TigerStripe going to
> participate in the Gallileo concurrent release this summer?
>
> Thanks,
> Nikolay
>
>
> Eric Dillon wrote:
>
>> Hi Nikolay,
>
>> Unfortunately, there is no EJB3 JPA generator readily available for
>> Tigerstripe.
>
>> The code/content generation is very flexible in Tigerstripe (compared to
>> some other UML packages, but we don't have the cycles required to develop
>> and maintain generic open-source versions of generator plugins such as an
>> EJB3 JPA one.
>
>> In other words, yes, you'd have to write your own generators.
>
>> I would encourage you to post here (or email tigerstripe-users@eclipse.org)
>> in case somebody had something to contribute though.
>
>> Thanks,
>> Eric
>
>
>> On 4/8/09 6:12 PM, in article
>> 8a597cef1d434301ec2689f672f12c67$1@www.eclipse.org, "Nikolay Botev"
>> <bono8106@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> Are there any EJB3 JPA generator plugins for TigerStripe available?
>>>
>>> I am evaluating modelling tools for doing MDA development a new project at
>>> my work. Our basic requirement is persistent class generation from a UML
>>> class diagram and we currently use a customized ArgoUML for an existing
>>> project.
>>>
>>> TigerStripe looks very good in terms of the modelling tool and I like it
>>> better than ArgoUML - however, it seems as though all the standard
>>> generator plugins from the commercial product are gone for good.
>>>
>>> That means I would have to write my own generators. Is this correct?
>>>
>>> Does anyone have information on standard generator plugins that are
>>> available now or are planned for a future version?
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> Nikolay
>>>
>
>
Re: EJB3 (JPA) Generator Plugin for TigerStripe [message #564557 is a reply to message #14762] Sat, 11 April 2009 21:52 Go to previous message
Eric Dillon is currently offline Eric Dillon
Messages: 103
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Nikolay,

Unfortunately, there is no EJB3 JPA generator readily available for
Tigerstripe.

The code/content generation is very flexible in Tigerstripe (compared to
some other UML packages, but we don't have the cycles required to develop
and maintain generic open-source versions of generator plugins such as an
EJB3 JPA one.

In other words, yes, you'd have to write your own generators.

I would encourage you to post here (or email tigerstripe-users@eclipse.org)
in case somebody had something to contribute though.

Thanks,
Eric


On 4/8/09 6:12 PM, in article
8a597cef1d434301ec2689f672f12c67$1@www.eclipse.org, "Nikolay Botev"
<bono8106@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> Are there any EJB3 JPA generator plugins for TigerStripe available?
>
> I am evaluating modelling tools for doing MDA development a new project at
> my work. Our basic requirement is persistent class generation from a UML
> class diagram and we currently use a customized ArgoUML for an existing
> project.
>
> TigerStripe looks very good in terms of the modelling tool and I like it
> better than ArgoUML - however, it seems as though all the standard
> generator plugins from the commercial product are gone for good.
>
> That means I would have to write my own generators. Is this correct?
>
> Does anyone have information on standard generator plugins that are
> available now or are planned for a future version?
>
>
> Thanks
> Nikolay
>
Re: EJB3 (JPA) Generator Plugin for TigerStripe [message #564567 is a reply to message #14793] Tue, 14 April 2009 04:33 Go to previous message
Nikolay Botev is currently offline Nikolay Botev
Messages: 5
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Eric,

Thanks for the confirmation. This appeared to be the case from the bits
and pieces of information I was able to gather from here and there, but
it's always nice to hear it from explicitly from somebody.

I agree that TigerStripe's generator framework is very good. I found it
very easy to jump start and prototype a generator for proof-of-concept.
Particularly I like the fact that generators use velocity which is an
established project in its own right, and I found it very intuitive and
easy to use.

The next question that looms imminently is, what are the release plans?
The 0.5 plan wiki page has not been updated since last year. This might
come up this week as a potential issue when we have to decide on an MDA
tool and my manager will most likely be concerned.

So, what are the plans for the next release? Is TigerStripe going to
participate in the Gallileo concurrent release this summer?

Thanks,
Nikolay


Eric Dillon wrote:

> Hi Nikolay,

> Unfortunately, there is no EJB3 JPA generator readily available for
> Tigerstripe.

> The code/content generation is very flexible in Tigerstripe (compared to
> some other UML packages, but we don't have the cycles required to develop
> and maintain generic open-source versions of generator plugins such as an
> EJB3 JPA one.

> In other words, yes, you'd have to write your own generators.

> I would encourage you to post here (or email tigerstripe-users@eclipse.org)
> in case somebody had something to contribute though.

> Thanks,
> Eric


> On 4/8/09 6:12 PM, in article
> 8a597cef1d434301ec2689f672f12c67$1@www.eclipse.org, "Nikolay Botev"
> <bono8106@hotmail.com> wrote:

>> Hello,
>>
>> Are there any EJB3 JPA generator plugins for TigerStripe available?
>>
>> I am evaluating modelling tools for doing MDA development a new project at
>> my work. Our basic requirement is persistent class generation from a UML
>> class diagram and we currently use a customized ArgoUML for an existing
>> project.
>>
>> TigerStripe looks very good in terms of the modelling tool and I like it
>> better than ArgoUML - however, it seems as though all the standard
>> generator plugins from the commercial product are gone for good.
>>
>> That means I would have to write my own generators. Is this correct?
>>
>> Does anyone have information on standard generator plugins that are
>> available now or are planned for a future version?
>>
>>
>> Thanks
>> Nikolay
>>
Re: EJB3 (JPA) Generator Plugin for TigerStripe [message #564577 is a reply to message #14821] Tue, 14 April 2009 05:14 Go to previous message
Eric Dillon is currently offline Eric Dillon
Messages: 103
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Nikolay,

We have been working on a 0.4.6 maintenance release that we're hoping to
push out sometime next week.

We are polishing the details of some user request from various users.

I am guilty on the 0.5 plan, will make a point of updating it over the next
few days.

We have been discussing that on our weekly community calls (Mon 8am PDT)
that are announced on tigerstripe-dev@eclipse.org. These calls are
open/public and you're welcome to join to keep track, ask questions, etc...

We are not going to be part of the joint release per say as we couldn't
commit last fall when the deadline showed up. Yet the 0.5 release is being
planned for the same timeframe... It just won't be sanctioned as part of the
joined release... It will be "next to it".

More details by the end of the week on the plan.

Thanks for your interest.
Eric


On 4/13/09 9:33 PM, in article
c1ca04127e0bd4175eef2f189d694f00$1@www.eclipse.org, "Nikolay Botev"
<bono8106@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Eric,
>
> Thanks for the confirmation. This appeared to be the case from the bits
> and pieces of information I was able to gather from here and there, but
> it's always nice to hear it from explicitly from somebody.
>
> I agree that TigerStripe's generator framework is very good. I found it
> very easy to jump start and prototype a generator for proof-of-concept.
> Particularly I like the fact that generators use velocity which is an
> established project in its own right, and I found it very intuitive and
> easy to use.
>
> The next question that looms imminently is, what are the release plans?
> The 0.5 plan wiki page has not been updated since last year. This might
> come up this week as a potential issue when we have to decide on an MDA
> tool and my manager will most likely be concerned.
>
> So, what are the plans for the next release? Is TigerStripe going to
> participate in the Gallileo concurrent release this summer?
>
> Thanks,
> Nikolay
>
>
> Eric Dillon wrote:
>
>> Hi Nikolay,
>
>> Unfortunately, there is no EJB3 JPA generator readily available for
>> Tigerstripe.
>
>> The code/content generation is very flexible in Tigerstripe (compared to
>> some other UML packages, but we don't have the cycles required to develop
>> and maintain generic open-source versions of generator plugins such as an
>> EJB3 JPA one.
>
>> In other words, yes, you'd have to write your own generators.
>
>> I would encourage you to post here (or email tigerstripe-users@eclipse.org)
>> in case somebody had something to contribute though.
>
>> Thanks,
>> Eric
>
>
>> On 4/8/09 6:12 PM, in article
>> 8a597cef1d434301ec2689f672f12c67$1@www.eclipse.org, "Nikolay Botev"
>> <bono8106@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> Are there any EJB3 JPA generator plugins for TigerStripe available?
>>>
>>> I am evaluating modelling tools for doing MDA development a new project at
>>> my work. Our basic requirement is persistent class generation from a UML
>>> class diagram and we currently use a customized ArgoUML for an existing
>>> project.
>>>
>>> TigerStripe looks very good in terms of the modelling tool and I like it
>>> better than ArgoUML - however, it seems as though all the standard
>>> generator plugins from the commercial product are gone for good.
>>>
>>> That means I would have to write my own generators. Is this correct?
>>>
>>> Does anyone have information on standard generator plugins that are
>>> available now or are planned for a future version?
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> Nikolay
>>>
>
>
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