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Pinned topic Data Modeling Using UML

‏2004-12-20T15:20:14Z |
Typically there has been resistance from data modelers re using UML for classic data modeling activities. Is there a data Modeling Profile in UML 2.0 that allows me to use UML for data (logical/physical) modeling. I have seen some rev. eng. capability in soem UML tools but not a profile/transformation capability that allows me to transform a class diagram into a logical/physical model using IDEF/IE notations (like Erwin does). thanks.

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Updated on 2004-12-31T17:43:25Z at 2004-12-31T17:43:25Z by SystemAdmin
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    Re: Data Modeling Using UML

    ‏2004-12-31T17:43:25Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    I believe there is in Rational Data Modeler versions of their modeling products (Rose, XDE). I think you can also generate SQL from your model but it is not part of the generic modeling product.
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