Quick Links

About Modelio

Modelio is an open source modeling environment (UML2, BPMN2, ...). Based on a 20-year track record of high end commercial products, Modelio delivers a broad-focused range of standards-based functionalities for software developers, analysts, designers, business architects and system architects.

More on Modelio's features...

Discover Modelio's history...

modeliosoft-ad

title-what-is-modelio title-get-started title-contribute-to-modelio title-find-extensions
 
 

Welcome to the community platform for users who utilize the Modelio open source modeling environment and developers who build extensions for it. This website provides valuable resources and everyone will be happy to help should you have questions.

 
   

Modelio 3.3.1 has been released

The Modelio development team is glad to announce the release of Modelio 3.3.1. Some fixes and improvements have been made to the modeling tool.

Modelio 3.3.1 release note.

Download Modelio 3.3.1    

Discover Modelio Store extensions

Extend and adapt Modelio by adding modules which provide additional functionalities and services.

Go to the Modelio Store

Open source Java code generation and reverse tool

With Java Designer, enjoy an open source module that provides Java code generation and reverse.

More information about Java code generation and reverse

Check out the Modelio Store for more open source or free extensions

Free Web Document Publisher

Get a free Web Document Publisher. From your model, generate HTML documentation containing both information on your model and your diagrams.

More information about Web Document Publisher

Check out the Modelio Store for more open source or free extensions

0123

Recent activities

  • Feed type
    It seems that you compiled your module with Java 8. I think that you packaged a Modelio 3.3 module and tried to deploy it in Modelio 3.2.

    I suggest you to use Modelio 3.3 instead of Modelio 3.2. Can you use Modelio 3.3?

    If you used the archetype 3...
  • Feed type
    I have tried to follow the debug window that executing eclipsec.exe provides in modelio 3.2

    I attach the image of the log, and the debug trace. Number 1 indicates the text that creating a new project or opening it causes.

    The rest of the text is caused when trying to add my own module.
  • Feed type
    Thank you very much. This solves many of my doubts.

    I believe that my main issue before was not selecting the appropriate archetype. I have tried to use the "module.xml" file from the suggested forum but does not make any difference.

    So, finally, with the new changes in DefaultModuleCommandHandler I have managed to package the hello world example...
  • Feed type
    It seems that the documentation is not completely uptodate We have to review it.

    The HelloWorldCommand must extend DefaultModuleCommandHandler (import org.modelio.api.module.commands.DefaultModuleCommandHandler) instead of DefaultModuleContextualCommand...
  • Feed type
    Thank you very much for your quick response. It seems like I had a confusion between so many versions. Now I started again the Hello World example using the manual for developing Modelio 3.2.x, Eclipse Luna (with m2Eclipse) and Modelio 3.2.

    When I create the new Maven project, I select the 3...

All activities rss-icon   Forums forum-icon   Blog blog-icon