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Is there any way i can read an XMI file by writing java code rather that using nay tool(like EMF, MDI etc)? I want to write a java program which can read all the classes and attributes in an xmi file and then load then in the memory.
There are several file formats using the .XMI extension; assuming you're talking about this one, it looks like an XML format, so you should be able to use any XML library you like.
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thanks for your reply. Actually i want to create a domain model for my project which will parse/read the different excel sheets and then will get the values of classes, relations and their instances. Hence i can not code the classes in the domain model directly as Java classes, and i have to implement a generic framework that can read any domain model (UML class diagram) from a file in a suitable format (XMI?).
So, i thought about the using xmi format for defining the uml classes format. Could you please tell me that am i going in right direction(by reading the xmi and store the classes,relationships in some variables and collection). Can you give me any other idea how to handle this situation?