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sarah Marsh
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Hello:

Why 'argoUML reverse engineer Java code' doesn't work?

Thanks for any input!
 
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Sarah, it would be helpful if you can elaborate your question. Or you can try out other UML tools. Here is a list of UML tool.
 
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I got a package of source code. I'd like to use argoUML to generate the class diagrams. I tried to import the source code, but the diagrams can not be generated. Help please!
 
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Sarah, I managed to generate the class diagram for a simple program ( 4 files only) with inheritance relationship. Here is a brief instruction given by ArgoUML.

* File->Import Sources
* Change the Files of Types to "All Files"
* Select the directory (where the *.java files are stored) or packages
* A small dialog window pop up --> select OK
* On the left hand side, you will see UntitledModel. Click on the _classes, you will the class diagram
* To show the attributes/methods, point to a class, right click the mouse, select Show-->"Show All Compartment"

HTH,
Joyce
 
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Thank you, Joyce.

I tried, but there's only class diagram generated, there's no relationship among them. The each class is just dangling over there.

Any other good free tools?
 
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Originally posted by sarah Marsh:
Thank you, Joyce.

I tried, but there's only class diagram generated, there's no relationship among them. The each class is just dangling over there.

Any other good free tools?


Maybe you would like to try Jude, a free tool. It does show relationships like inheritance and association (solid line arrow) between classes. But it does not show dependency relationship ( dotted line arrow) between classes, as a result some classes may be dangling there.

Joyce
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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