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UML Models from VS.NET solutions

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Does anyone konw of any products that wil create a UML model from a vs.net
solution or assembly?

Sort of like the way Visio can reverse engineer a database back to a schema.

Mainly as i have been working on a app and i lost/accidently delete the UML
model that i designed it from.

And would like to have it back again

thanx
Darren
Nov 22 '05 #1
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Rational Rose and Visio 2003 both can both do this but
neither is inexpensive. I'm not aware of any useful open
source or free solutions. Maybe the trial version of
Visio 2003 will get you started:
http://office.microsoft.com/home/office.aspx?
assetid=FX01085798
-----Original Message-----
Does anyone konw of any products that wil create a UML model from a vs.netsolution or assembly?

Sort of like the way Visio can reverse engineer a database back to a schema.
Mainly as i have been working on a app and i lost/accidently delete the UMLmodel that i designed it from.

And would like to have it back again

thanx
Darren
.

Nov 22 '05 #2

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Try VisualUML by www.VisualObjectModelers.com

"Keith" <ke***@keithadler.com> wrote in message
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Rational Rose and Visio 2003 both can both do this but
neither is inexpensive. I'm not aware of any useful open
source or free solutions. Maybe the trial version of
Visio 2003 will get you started:
http://office.microsoft.com/home/office.aspx?
assetid=FX01085798
-----Original Message-----
Does anyone konw of any products that wil create a UML

model from a vs.net
solution or assembly?

Sort of like the way Visio can reverse engineer a

database back to a schema.

Mainly as i have been working on a app and i

lost/accidently delete the UML
model that i designed it from.

And would like to have it back again

thanx
Darren
.

Nov 22 '05 #3

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