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- IBM Rational Modeling Extension with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.0 support
IBM Rational Modeling Extension for Microsoft .NET for IBM Rational Software Architect Standard Edition or IBM Rational Software Modeler provides application modeling and code generation in the C# language. The integration with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 means that developers can use it with the 2005 version of Visual Studio, too. It also supports the Microsoft .NET framework 3.0 Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service modeling and code generation.
- Read Modeling C# applications using Rational Modeling Extension for .NET, Parts 1-3
This article series assumes you are familiar with UML concepts. It explains how to model .NET C# applications using the modeling capabilities available in Rational Modeling tools as extended by IBM Rational Modeling Extension for Microsoft .NET.
- IBM Rational Modeling Extension for Microsoft .NET: Visualizing Microsoft .NET applications
This article describes how to use Rational Modeling Extension for Microsoft .NET for modeling Microsoft .NET applications.
- Hello World, Part 12: Rational Modeling Extension for .NET
Visualizing a .NET solution is the first step in any C# development activity using RME for .NET. However, forward and reverse transformation are more useful for MDD within the .NET space. Focus on a real-world instance for the purposes of working with a piece of sample code.