file UML Model Navigator

6 years 6 months ago #1749 by number6six
That's me or I'm a fool ?

I've got the The open source modeling environment (2.2.1 and 3.0 version).
I'm trying to follow the tutorial " archive.modeliosoft.com/video/tutorial-1.1.html ".

But I can't find the JFrame class as presented.

I've tried to search for JFrame in the search field, but no result.
I've tried to search for the UML Model Navigator in the Extension Modules' Modelio Store, but no result.

Do I need the paying version ?
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6 years 6 months ago #1751 by chm
Hi number6six,

you're not a fool, the video is just old... :)

First of all, the 'UML Model Navigator' view is called 'Model' in Modelio 2.2.1/3.0. It exists in all versions, you do not have to pay for it!

Next, about the missing class, i guess you're missing the JDK model component from Java Designer.

Hope this helps! :cheer:
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6 years 6 months ago #1786 by number6six
Cool, the 'Deploy a model component' works, but only and the 2-version and doesn't appear on the 3-version when you go into 'Java Designer/Configuration'. Strange.
Nevermind, I can continue my work. Thanks

PS : Of course, if you know how to install this component on the third version...
Probably by hand in selecting 'Edit accessible classes' but I don't know to find this class (I've tried to find it into the 2-version directories but nothing looks like 'JDK')

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6 years 6 months ago #1788 by osl
Hi,

Here is a short tutorial on how to deploy a library (model component) in a Modelio 3 project:

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File Name: Modelio3_a...ject.pdf
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You can get the JDK1.7 library for Modelio at this address:
sharesend.com/c0mzlrnw

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osl

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6 years 5 months ago #1822 by number6six
Thanks for giving the file which I was looking for (else, where can we find it when the next version appears?).

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