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Visually design application models and generate Java or C# code. Altova UModel Professional Edition is an easy-to-use UML modeling tool. Visually design application models and generate Java, C# or VB.NET code and project documentation. Altova UModel Professional Edition also lets you reverse engineer existing programs into UML 2.1 diagrams then fine tune your designs and complete the round trip by regenerating code. UModel makes visual software design practical for any project.
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Altova UModel 2015 Professional
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What’s new in Altova UModel 2015?
What’s new in Altova UModel 2014 Release 2?
What’s new in Altova UModel 2014?
What's new in UModel 2013?
What’s new in UModel 2012 Release 2?
What's new in Altova UModel 2012?
What’s new in UModel 2011r3?
What’s new in UModel 2011r2?
What’s new in UModel 2011?
Modeling SQL databases
As software applications interact with growing amounts of data, database designs and structures become critical to development of successful projects. UModel 2011 extends its software modeling functionality by adding a set of features to model popular relational databases along with programming language-based applications. The following database elements may be modeled in UModel 2011:
Large software projects are often divided among multiple developers to shorten development cycles. This is especially useful for projects that must integrate with complex hardware interfaces or industry-specific standards. The graphical communication benefits of UML software modeling multiply as more developers work on a project, since the design representation of various sub-projects enhances communication across the development team. UModel 2011 supports teams working on large projects by allowing projects to be split up into multiple subprojects. Individual developers may simultaneously edit different parts of a single project. Each individual subproject can be added to a source control system. The top-level project, i.e., the project from which the subprojects are created, is the main project. Subprojects are created on the package level as individual UModel project files and have a *.ump extension. The screen shot below shows the UModel 2011 Model Tree helper window for a project that includes several sub-projects. Each subproject is identified by its individual file name. The UModel Generate Documentation feature allows users to optionally include subprojects in generated documentation, offering flexibility for individual developers to generate documentation for their own subprojects, and for project managers to automatically generate documentation for the full application.
3-way project merge
Starting with UModel 2011, a single UModel project can be split into multiple subprojects that can be edited by independent developers, with support check-in/check-out in source control systems. If multiple developers work independently on the same project file, a three-way merge allows them to easily combine changes into a single result.
State machine diagram, sequence diagram, and communication diagram enhancements
UModel 2011 includes new features to support operation call/event editing, and automatic creation of operations in transitions. Transitions in state machine diagrams can be selected from operations of a referenced class. Additionally, a new toolbar button for all three diagram types allows the user to enter a transition/message name and automatically create a corresponding operation in the referenced class.
What's new in Altova UModel Professional 2010 Release 3?
Support for C# 4.0
C# 4.0 is the latest version of the C# programming language, released by Microsoft along with Visual Studio 2010. UModel 2010r3 supports C# 4.0, both for generating code in C# 4.0 projects and for reverse-engineering C# 4.0 code to create UML models.
Protocol State Machine Diagrams
UModel 2010r3 supports protocol state machine diagrams as a new diagram type, with a specialized diagram toolbar. Protocol state machine diagrams are a subset of state machine diagrams that are limited to showing a sequence of events that an object responds to, without having to show the specific behavior. Protocol state machines are most often used to describe complex protocols, such as database access through a specific interface, or communication protocols such as TCP/IP.
New Sequence Diagram Option
In UModel 2010r3, users may now choose to ignore operation names when generating sequence diagrams from existing source code. The Sequence Diagram Generation dialog permits users to enter a comma delimited list of operations that will not appear in the generated sequence diagram. This allows developers working with existing source code to focus more specifically on features of interest.
New Diagram Autolayout Option
UModel 2010r3 adds a new diagram autolayout option called Block to the existing Force Directed and Hierarchical autolayout selections. Block autolayout can be selected from the Layout menu when multiple elements are selected in the diagram pane, or can be applied when diagrams are auto-generated from existing source code.
What's new in Altova 2010 Release 2?
Altova Software Version 2010 Release 2 (v2010r2) provides helpful new features across the product line, and most importantly, significant speed and performance enhancements for working with large XML files. Users will experience optimized loading times – up to 10 times faster – for files larger than 10 MB in Text View, and XML Schema-based validation is up to three times quicker in Text View. Users working in Grid View can experience significant speed increases, completing certain common operations (e.g., copy / paste, etc.) up to 100 times faster.
In addition, with v2010r2, native 64-bit versions of all MissionKit tools are now available. This allows Altova products to capitalize on the benefits of 64-bit operating systems such as Windows Vista 64-bit and Windows 7 64-bit, and, among other advantages, reduces limitations associated with working with very large files sized anywhere from 100 MB up to gigabyte-sized documents.
What’s new in Altova UModel 2010?
What’s new in Altova UModel 2009?
What’s new in Altova UModel 2008 Release 2?
UModel 2008, Altova's UML modeling tool, is now available in Enterprise Edition and Professional Edition and includes advanced integration and code support capabilities.
New features in UModel 2008 include:
What's new in UModel 2007 Release 3?
UModel features the following diagram types and advanced modeling capabilities:
UModel employs context sensitive entry helpers, syntax coloring, cascading styles, customizable design elements, multiple layout views, and unlimited undo/redo, coupled with premium modeling capabilities to allow developers, including those new to software modeling, to quickly leverage UML to enhance productivity and maximize their results.
Diagrams for a Range of Demands
UModel supports all the mainstream and most-requested UML 2.1 mechanisms, including diagrams for project requirements, data structures, activities and interactions, and application architecture, to satisfy a variety of modeling styles and yield immediate benefits to programmers, managers, and other project stakeholders.
For instance, the use case diagrams illustrate how an actor – the UML designation of any person or thing – interacts with the system. Use case diagrams can be created in brainstorming sessions that include programmers, managers, and end-users of the proposed system to define and communicate system requirements. Drawing use case diagrams in UModel during your analysis phase helps you record pictorial documentation of requirements that is understandable by programmers and non-programmers alike.
Shared packages created in UModel can also increase your project team’s efficiency. Shared packages are subprojects you can employ to simplify reuse of successful design strategies or to integrate large models created in parts by different members of your programming team.
Generate Code from Models
As you proceed beyond use case analysis, you will start to design functional aspects of the system with class diagrams, object diagrams, component diagrams, and deployment diagrams. UModel can generate your choice of Java or C# code from these diagram types, immediately accelerating your project.
Some developers use generated code from a quick sketch UML diagram to transition from the analysis and design phase to finished implementation in handwritten code. Others further refine, expand, and add detail to their UML models, then employ a greater amount of generated code in their projects.
Whatever method you choose, the Java or C# source code generated by UModel is compatible with Eclipse, Borland JBuilder, Microsoft Visual C# .NET, or Borland C#Builder and other popular development environments. UModel even includes a model syntax checker to detect drawing errors or inconsistencies before they are replicated downstream in code. The application source code created by UModel is defined in customizable templates you can modify to optimize for your compiler or target platform.
Create Models from Code
Altova UModel includes a reverse engineering capability for use in analyzing and extending your existing software applications. You can import Java or C# code and automatically generate UML models to render a graphical view of your program, its data structures, and their relationships. You can also use this technique to import existing class libraries and create diagrams then apply the libraries in new, modeled projects. Or, you can reverse-engineer an entire application to quickly understand it before extending its functionality.
If you currently use Altova XMLSpy or Altova SchemaAgent to build XML-centric applications or if you use Altova MapForce to address data translation demands, Altova UModel is a natural extension of your development tools arsenal. As you’d expect, UModel imports the Java or C# code generated by XMLSpy or MapForce and creates UML diagrams so you can model your XML Schema or data transformations as part of larger development efforts.
Your Round-Trip Ticket to Project Completion
As your project evolves, you may choose to make revisions and enhancements either by modifying your UML models or by editing and extending your generated code. UModel allows you to synchronize your changes either way. You can round-trip reworked Java or C# code to update your UML diagrams, or you can re-generate code from the latest version of your model.
At any time you can export any diagram as a PNG image file to include in your project documentation. You can even run UModel from the command line to perform repetitive tasks such as updating to the most recent version of a shared subproject included in your current project.
You can also export UModel projects as industry-standard XMI 2.1 files and you can import XMI 2.1 files created by other applications, allowing you to exchange models with other UML tools.
Altova provides free technical support for all customers for 30 days after the date of purchase.
If you wish to receive priority technical support beyond that date and receive software updates throughout the year, you need to purchase a "Support and Maintenance Package (SMP)" for your software. The Support & Maintenance Package is available in a one- or two-year plan. Please note that you can only add Support and Maintenance Package (SMP) to a product at the time you purchase the license (or up to 30 Days after you purchase).
Priority Technical Support - Priority Technical Support is provided via a Web-based support form. Altova will respond within 1-2 business days during European or US business hours (MO-FR, 8am UTC - 10pm UTC, Austrian and US holidays excluded).
Free Minor & Major Versions - You will receive all maintenance releases and major software versions that are released during your Support Period. Updates that you receive cover the specific edition of the product that you have purchased and typically include many additional features.
Maintenance - During the Support Period you may also report any software problem or error to Altova using the same support process described above. If Altova determines that a reported reproducible material error in the software exists and significantly impairs the usability and utility of the software, Altova agrees to use reasonable commercial efforts to correct or provide a usable work-around solution in an upcoming maintenance release or update, which is made available at certain times at Altova's sole discretion.