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Question by adp_group2004
Submitted on 12/25/2003
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    As a part of our academics, we are developing a user interface (something similar to Rational Rose) for drawing UML diagrams.

    This involves providing basic tools for drawing the elements of all diagrams along with all the additional features specified by UML.
    This also includes keeping the diagram semantically correct as per the rules laid down by UML and performing checks when different elements are connected to each other.

A suitable format for storing the diagrams is also to be thought of.

We have decided upon using Java SWING for the project.
We have acquired the basics of SWING.

Could anybody provide us with some suggestions as to how to attack the problem?
They would be very useful to us.

Dhanashri Shingavi
Anita Pirangute
Poonam Talreja

Answer by ramesh
Submitted on 5/14/2004
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just look @ www.visual-paradigm.com
It may help you.


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