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Saurabh Agrawal
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Hello friends ,
My next question i dont knwo where should i put up on this ranch but since it is related to java i will share in advanced java section.
Anyways recently i am involved in studying RATIONAL ROSE which is IBMs product.
Can anyone here would tell me its relation with java ?? i mean i know it is one of the data modelling tools .. but can anyone site its significance to me ?
I hope i get a good response here as it would be good for everyone here to learn it as it is an interesting tool worth learning.

Thanks in advance to all ..
Saurabh
 
Carl Trusiak
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Rational is on of many tools that aid the design process. Particularly geared to RUP (Rational Unitfied Process).

Yes, learning any such Tool is beneficial, learning a good design process is even more beneficial than learning a single tool!

I'm moving this to our "Process" forum
 
Stan James
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As far as a relationship to Java ... There are tools to generate Java code from Rose models. Don't know if Rational/IBM markets one right now. We use some Rose macros written by Unisys that export the model to XMI XML vocabulary, plus XSL scripts provided by a vendor that generate Java code for remote access, CRUD SQL or MQ-Series request/reply. Pretty slick.
 
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