Validating uml models

Creating elements and connecting them are somewhat tedious tasks.Star UML 2 supports many shorthands in Quick Edit to create elements and relationships at once such as sub-classes, supporting interfaces, etc.Using OCLE to ensure the syntactic and semantic validity of XML documents Beginning with version 2.0.3, OCLE offers a new approach for syntactic and semantic validation of XML documents against DTD definitions.By transforming DTD definitions and XML documents in UML models, OCLE allows the description of XML semantic constraints by means of OCL.

Once the corresponding UML model is consistent, the user can revert the model back into DTD or/and XML documents. Syntactic validation of XML documents In this example, we consider the design of a simple application that contains two tiers: the data tier (consisting of several XML documents) and the logical tier (describing the business objects).

Here’s what’s covered on this page: JHipster-UML is an alternative to the usual Q&A as it offers you the possibility to use a UML editor to create a diagram that will be parsed by JHipster-UML.

Here is a list of the editors we support: Please note that using JHipster-UML (or JHipster) might be troublesome (one has to install some tools to really be able to use the Node environment without any issue).

JHipster-UML is a JHipster sub-project that can be used as a replacement to using the entity sub-generator.

The idea is that it is much easier to manage relationships using a visual tool than with the classical Yeoman questions and answers.