Sobre o MDG Link

Fornece elos entre Enterprise Architect e Visual Studio, Eclipse, DOORS e Visio.

The MDG Link for Visual Studio .NET provides a soft bridge between Enterprise Architect and Visual Studio .NET. Navigation between Enterprise Architect and Visual Studio .NET is enhanced with simple key combinations that take the user directly from an Enterprise Architect model to its corresponding code in Visual Studio .NET. The MDG Link for Eclipse provides a soft bridge between Enterprise Architect and Eclipse. Navigation between Enterprise Architect and Eclipse is enhanced with simple key combinations that take the user directly from an Enterprise Architect model to its corresponding code in Eclipse. The MDG Link for DOORS provides a lightweight bridge for Sparx Systems' Enterprise Architect and Telelogic's DOORS. DOORS users can now incorporate requirements with the power of UML to fully integrate the software development process. The MDG Link for Visio allows the user to import diagrams created within Visio into an Enterprise Architect model.

Visual Studio .NET Link - Light and agile bridge linking Enterprise Architect and Visual Studio .NET
The Model Driven Generation (MDG) Link for Visual Studio .NET provides an integrated solution for users of the Professional and Corporate versions of Enterprise Architect and Visual Studio .NET. With a host of new features the MDG Link for Visual Studio .NET enhances user productivity.

Simple, Efficient Navigation between Enterprise Architect and Visual Studio .NET
With the MDG Link for Visual Studio .NET, navigating between Enterprise Architect and Visual Studio .NET is enhanced. Simple key combinations take the user directly from the Enterprise Architect model to the specific location in the code in Visual Studio .NET.

Flexible control over import and export of code.
The MDG Link provides a flexible interface for controlling the import and export of code. Forward and Reverse Engineering of an entire project can be achieved with one simple process. The user has the option to choose which classes are included for import and export, as well as the file locations for newly created classes. You can even build and run an entire project from within Enterprise Architect.

Visual Studio .NET Link Key Features

  • Provides a lightweight bridge between Enterprise Architect and Visual Studio .NET
  • Simple and efficient navigation between code and model
  • Support for different development configurations
  • Build and run projects from within Enterprise Architect
  • Intuitive and simple to use
  • Low license cost
  • Forward and Reverse Code Engineering - Support for C#, Visual C++, VB.Net, J#

Eclipse Link - Light and agile bridge linking Enterprise Architect and Eclipse
The Model Driven Generation (MDG) Link for Eclipse provides an integrated solution for users of the Professional and Corporate versions of Enterprise Architect and Eclipse. With a host of new features the MDG Link for Eclipse enhances user productivity.

Simple, Efficient Navigation between Enterprise Architect and Eclipse

With the MDG Link for Eclipse, navigating between Enterprise Architect and Eclipse is enhanced. Simple key combinations take the user directly from the Enterprise Architect model to the specific location in the code in Eclipse.

Flexible control over import and export of code.
The MDG Link provides a flexible interface for controlling the import and export of code. Forward and Reverse Engineering of an entire project can be achieved with one simple process. The user has the option to choose which classes are included for import and export, as well as the file locations for newly created classes. You can even build and run an entire project from within Enterprise Architect.

The Eclipse MDG Link is only available for Professional and Corporate editions of Enterprise Architect.

Eclipse Link Key Features:

  • Provides a lightweight bridge between Enterprise Architect and Eclipse
  • Simple and efficient navigation between code and model
  • Support for different development configurations
  • Build and run projects from within Enterprise Architect
  • Intuitive and simple to use
  • Low license cost
  • Forward and Reverse Code Engineering support for Java, C++, PHP and Adobe Flex (ActionScript) projects

DOORS Link - Simple, easy to use link between Enterprise Architect and Telelogic’s DOORS
The Model Driven Generation (MDG) Link for DOORS provides a lightweight bridge for Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect and Telelogic’s DOORS. MDG Link for DOORS users can now combine requirements created in DOORS with the power of UML2.x. The requirements import feature allows EA projects to develop and grow in line with the requirement specifications defined in DOORS.
The MDG Link for DOORS provides a lightweight bridge for Sparx Systems' Enterprise Architect and Telelogic's DOORS.

DOORS users can now incorporate requirements with the power of UML to fully integrate the software development process.

MDG Link provides users of Telelogic DOORS with direct traceability of requirements data to Enterprise Architect system models. Traceability can be maintained over time, using a continuous synchronization process that allows updates made in DOORS to be reflected in Enterprise Architect.

DOORS Link Key Features:

  • Direct import of DOORS modules into EA
  • User definable mapping of DOORS Attributes to EA fields and tagged values
  • DOORS tree reflected in the EA hierarchy
  • imported DOORS modules
  • Filtered import using DOORS® View Filtering