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VISIO 2003 Professional does not contain UML Static Structure Data Types for JAVA

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VISIO 2003 Professional does not contain UML Static Structure Data Types for JAVA. Where can I find plugins for this feature. It is not on Mocrosoft.com download or Visio home page.
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Heere's a link to some older stuff ....

http://www.quantum-leaps.com/resources/goodies.htm
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by:rayskelton
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This isn't exactly what I was looking for. The data types for my Visio are for C++, C#, VB, ect... There is no defined data type for Java and this is what I am looking for.
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meintsi earned 500 total points
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After looking deeper, it's no on mine either and their doesn't appear to be any out on the web.

I think you're stuck creating your own stencil with your desired shapes/actions.
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