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Extracting UML information from a VISIO file

Posted on 2002-04-10
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Hello,

I was wondering if there is a way to extract UML information from a visio file, I want to extract all class names, properties names, methods etc...

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I think if you have visio installed, you could open the file with automation and read them.
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by:jcmoscon
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Yes, I can...
but I didnt find a way to get the information like the UML Navigator (a Visio tool)...


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I haven't installed visio here but i cold do a try at office, till tomorrow.
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by:mwintle
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If you have the new version of Visio (2002) there is a download available from the Microsoft website (look for UML to XMI Export Functionality). This will export the data in XMI 1.0 format (full details of this format are available from www.omg.com) - as this is an XML file you should be able to interrogate it fairly easily....
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