file [Solved] OFP project file

10 years 8 months ago #195 by fabk2
Hello

I have a rather old Modelio project stored in an .OFP file. Can I reuse it in Modelio Open Source? And if I can, how?
Thanks in advance.
Fab.

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10 years 8 months ago - 10 years 8 months ago #196 by ebr
Hi Fab,

Do you have a more precise idea concerning the Modelio version used for your project creation ?

Regards,

ebr

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10 years 8 months ago #197 by fabk2
Not really.

By analyzing the ofp file I got some hints: I bet it has been produced with Objecteering rather than Modelio. I found this with the command "string":

StdOut.write (NL, "Objecteering/Wizard ", getCurrentModule.<getVersion(true), " - Copyright SOFTEAM", NL);
    /* Version 1.1.a
     * -------------
     * TMA
     * - Renommage de "tracability" en "traceability"
     * - Correction d'un plantage J su
r "Generate ToDo Report" en
     *   CodingProfileModule (erreur de syntaxe dans la classe "Class" du package "Profile parameters::Coding"
     * Version 1.1.b
     * -------------
     * TMA
     * - Correction de la s
lection des modules pour mettre 
 jour
     *   le profile de nommage des diagrammes

Am I out of luck?

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10 years 8 months ago - 10 years 8 months ago #201 by osl
Hi,

Objecteering projects can be migrated to Modelio, although not directly to Modelio 2.
You'll have to migrate to Modelio 1.2.2 first.


Migration process:

Pre-requisite: only Objecteering 6.1 SP4 projects can be migrated to Modelio

1. Download and install Modelio 1.2.2
2. Create a new Modelio project. In the third tab of the project creation window, select " Migrate an Objecteering6.1 project " and type in the path to the relevant .ofp file.
3. Modelio will automatically migrate the project upon opening.
4. Save and close.
5. Open the Modelio project with Modelio 2 to migrate it to the final version.

If the project contains diagrams:

3. Export the project diagrams using the Diagram migration module
4. save and exit
5. Open the Modelio project with Modelio 2 to migrate it to the final version
6. Import the migrated diagrams using the Diagram migration module

BR

Go pro

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10 years 8 months ago #203 by qbit
Hey there,

I happen to have Modelio 1.2.2 installed on my pc (kept it for migration purpose). I can migrate that ofp file for you.

Drop me an e-mail if interested (paul.okeeffe75-at-gmail.com).

Paul

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10 years 8 months ago #204 by Kalite

qbit wrote: Hey there,

I happen to have Modelio 1.2.2 installed on my pc (kept it for migration purpose). I can migrate that ofp file for you.

Drop me an e-mail if interested (paul.okeeffe75-at-gmail.com).

Paul


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