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Hackolade Introduces First Data Modeling Software Tool For Couchbase NoSQL Databases

Unified Modeling Language (UML) Zone - Thu, 03/23/2017 - 16:32
Hackolade, the pioneer for data modeling for NoSQL and multi-model databases, announced the introduction of the first data modeling software tool for the Couchbase NoSQL database community. This software is compatible with Couchbase versions 4.0 through the latest 4.6 release. Standard features of Hackolade, already popular with NoSQL database users, have been adapted to support the specifications of Couchbase. Users for the new release of Hackolade vary depending on the size of the development project, but it’s typically best suited for larger organizations with IT architecture and data governance departments engaged ...
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Re: [UML Forum] Modeling data changes within a structure

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Responding to Sanders...

I'm not sure exactly what your are trying to model, probably because I
am making some assumptions. So let's see if I understand the problem...

You have a blob of legacy code with a UI that writes to the DB. The
inputs to the legacy code are in the form of events, either literally

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Re: [UML Forum] Modeling data changes within a structure

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
State Machine

transitions/triggers for UI events

effects on transitions for DB changes

Phil Chudley

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Dear peers & colleagues,

I would like to ask for your views on, or how you would go about, modeling data changes within a data structure as a consequence of a user event. Modeling as in UML modeling of course, but simply anything more visually appealing or clue-providing is allowed as well.:-)

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Modeling data changes within a structure

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Dear peers & colleagues,
I would like to ask for your views on, or how you would go about, modeling
data changes within a data structure as a consequence of a user event.
Modeling as in UML modeling of course, but simply anything more visually
appealing or clue-providing is allowed as well.:-)
The context: assume a data structure which in itself is not overly complex,
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Re: [UML Forum] What does the arrow end of a dependency relationship indicate?

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Martin,

I understand your confusion.
The answer to the question is that the arrow end of a dependency relationship represents the supplier and the tail represents the client.
The provided answers are poorly worded. A, B, C are clearly wrong.
I think D is trying to say [the arrow end indicates ] the client element, which is affected by a change in the supplier element

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Re: [UML Forum] What does the arrow end of a dependency relationship indicate?

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Responding to Martin...

Because this borders on being a trick question. Dependencies are about
what one element /knows /about the other element. A basic tenet of
dependency management is that dependencies should be one-way with the
client knowing something about the supplier but the supplier knowing

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Re: [UML Forum] What does the arrow end of a dependency relationship indicate?

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Hi Martin,

Just a thought... the answer can be correct only in the following way:

D. client element *can be* affected by a change in the supplier element

So in my opinion, the problem of the original sentence is the strict
statement.

regards,
Istvan

2013/5/23 Martin <martin.stefa...@gmail.com>

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What does the arrow end of a dependency relationship indicate?

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Hello,
i'm preparing for the OCUP fundamental test and have found some sample
questions with answers.
one is regarding dependency relationship: What does the arrow end of a
dependency relationship indicate?
with possible answers:
A. more general classifier
B. element initiates communication
C. whole in a whole-part relationship
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Re: [UML Forum] Re: Writing code from UML diagrams manually

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Responding to rafael.soteldo...

If a commercial transformation engine does not produce what you expect,
then there are only two possibilities: (A) the UML design model itself
is incorrect and (B) the transformation engine is broken.

The only exception that I know of is optimization. The transformation

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Re: [UML Forum] UML, Embedded Systems And Netconf/Yang

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Responding to Glaser...

Sorry I am tardy in responding to this. I cleverly misfiled it.

I didn't do Yang. However, I suggest that you check out the PathMate
tool ([link]). That tool is template-based,
so all (!) you need are templates to do whatever your want. For example,

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Re: [UML Forum] UML, Embedded Systems And Netconf/Yang

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Thank you David...

On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 10:38 PM, David Glaser

--

Atentamente,

Rafael Soteldo

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Re: [UML Forum] Guidelines for Coding From UML Diagrams

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Responding to rafael.soteldo...

I laud your desire to do the design in models and then produce code form
them. However, there are problems with that...

Best practices for what? Coding in a 3GL? The OOPLs make a lot of
compromises with the hardware computational models (e.g., type systems)

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Re: Writing code from UML diagrams manually

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Thank you for answering...

I'm interested in control, sometimes the automated processes don't give the
output you expect, then in those cases, I'll have to proceed with a manual
approach.

But my intention is not to discard the automated tools. They mean saving
time and therefore money.

I don't know how to mark your answers as the responses, I clicked the

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Re: [UML Forum] Writing code from UML diagrams manually

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Responding to rafael.soteldo...

Those <few> books written for transformation engine developers are what
you need. You would do exactly the same things by hand that the
automated transformation engine does.

The obvious push-back is: Why would you want to do that manually when
there are commercial transformation engines to do it automatically?

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RE: [UML Forum] Writing code from UML diagrams manually

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Hi

Read Rhapsody documentation; it is both, handmade code with tool generation
the "envelop".

Good luck

Eran

=============================

Eran Peleg, CEO, Metaphor Vision Ltd.

Phone: +972545346060

eMail: <mailto:epe...@metaphor.co.il> epe...@metaphor.co.il

Skype: EranPelegMetaphor

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Guidelines for Coding From UML Diagrams

UML Forum Google Group - Sat, 05/25/2013 - 21:22
Hi there:
Is there some resource (book, blog, etc) where I could find guidelines for
coding (C#) from UML Diagrams.
Just like an architect, I want to have all diagrams necessary from a field
problem, then I'd like to start coding from those diagrams.
All I want are guidelines that include best practices.
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Re: Writing code from UML diagrams manually

UML Forum Google Group - Wed, 05/22/2013 - 02:09
Hi Rafael,
respectfully, I suggest you consider using an automatic tool for UML->3GL
code generator and focus on UML->UML translation. I made the mistake of
starting with 3GL code gen. I found out that creating a
target-language-independent UML model improves focus on functional
requirements. The next step is to convert the model to another model that
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UML, Embedded Systems And Netconf/Yang

UML Forum Google Group - Wed, 05/22/2013 - 02:09
I was wondering if anyone on this forum has any experience in modeling
an embedded system using UML and then

1. generating Yang (Netconf modeling language)to drive the Managment
aspect of the system (configuration data, notifications, statistics,
...)
2. Generating as much of the embedded application as possible (the

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Writing code from UML diagrams manually

UML Forum Google Group - Wed, 05/22/2013 - 02:09
Hi there:

I'm looking for a resource, a book, a blog, something, that could help me
in writing code out of UML diagrams, but manually, all I find are automatic
tools that do the job. Perhaps I will be interested in these kind of things
in the future, but for now, I want to do it manually.

Thanks in advance,

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Re: [UML Forum] Entities class diagram

UML Forum Google Group - Wed, 05/22/2013 - 02:09
Responding to Nagalingam...

I never heard of these. I searched the UML Superstructure and
Infrastructure docs and did not find them. What is your context for them?

--
Life is the only flaw in an otherwise perfect nonexistence
-- Schopenhauer

Imagine how much more difficult physics would be if electrons had feelings

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