Objecteering

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Objecteering
ObjecteeringLogo.jpg
Use Case Diagram Example
Use Case Diagram Example
Developer(s)Objecteering Software
Initial release1992
Operating systemWindows, Linux
TypeUML Tool
LicenseObjecteering Software
Websitehttp://www.objecteering.com/

Objecteering is a UML and MDA CASE tool edited by Objecteering Software, a subsidiary of Softeam.[1]

Overview[edit]

Objecteering is available in two versions:

  • The Free Edition of Objecteering 6 is a UML 2.0 modeling tool free of charge but restricted to single-user mode. This version is a high level and complete UML2 modeling tool, including document generation. Users can also try out several Objecteering 6 extension modules, such as Requirements Management, Documentation, C# Developer, C++ Developer or Java Developer, one at a time.
  • The Enterprise Edition is the commercial edition of Objecteering 6 that provides access to the full product line either in stand-alone mode with some cooperative development capabilities or in full teamwork mode, allowing concurrent modeling and development facilities through a multi-user repository, model diff/merge operations and plug-ins to the most popular CM tools used in model versioning and configuration management. In addition to its UML 2.0 modeling capabilities, Objecteering 6 Enterprise Edition fully supports requirements management integrated with UML, report and documentation production, and code generation for Java, C++, C#, SQL DDL, CORBA IDL and Fortran. An Eclipse plug-in is also available with Objecteering 6.

Key features[edit]

  • OMG standard modeling (UML2, BPMN, SysML, MDA, …)
  • Ergonomy and productivity in model and diagram construction
  • Dictionary and requirement management integrated into modeling
  • Semantic diagram editor, real-time model consistency checking
  • Permanent consistency and traceability (requirements, models, documentation, code, …)
  • Central model repository (business, logical, technical, software, physical, …)
  • Collaborative and teamwork management (multi-user, multi-project)
  • Automated application code production (Java, C#, C++, SQL, …)
  • Easy adaptation and extension of Objecteering using MDA technology (UML profiles, Java API and transformation wizards, model transformation, MDA components, …)
  • Extensibility and openness: Java API, integration with third-party tools (SCM, RME, IDE, …)

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Softeam Products". Softeam. 2008.

References[edit]

External links[edit]