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Oracle develompnet env for UML

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Does anyone know whether has Oracle 9i got any great tool (similar to Rational or Together) in terms of UML integration with Java development env?
Any info would be appreciated.
Thank you.
- Simon See
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Hi Simon,
Oracle has recently released Oracle JDeveloper 9i IDE, which contains an integrated UML modelling tool along with providing a Java Development Environment.You may download this product for FREE from Oracle Technet site.
For the earlier versions of JDeveloper IDE (i.e. Release 2.0, 3.0+), Oracle had partnered with Ensemble Systems, who had developed a tool called "Rose Link for JDeveloper" which integrates Rational Rose (98i, 2000e) with JDeveloper IDE.I think this partnership has ceased to exist with the latest release of JDeveloper.
With this new release of JDeveloper you can forward engineer UML artifacts to JDeveloper JPR projects, as well as reverse engineer JPR project changes in the UML artifacts.
Hope this helps,
SCJP2, OCSD(Oracle JDeveloper), OCED(Oracle Internet Platform)
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