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Objecteering is available in two versions:
- The Free Edition of Objecteering 6 is a UML 2.0 modeling tool free of charge but restricted to single-user mode. This version is a high level and complete UML2 modeling tool, including document generation. Users can also try out several Objecteering 6 extension modules, such as Requirements Management, Documentation, C# Developer, C++ Developer or Java Developer, one at a time.
- The Enterprise Edition is the commercial edition of Objecteering 6 that provides access to the full product line either in stand-alone mode with some cooperative development capabilities or in full teamwork mode, allowing concurrent modeling and development facilities through a multi-user repository, model diff/merge operations and plug-ins to the most popular CM tools used in model versioning and configuration management. In addition to its UML 2.0 modeling capabilities, Objecteering 6 Enterprise Edition fully supports requirements management integrated with UML, report and documentation production, and code generation for Java, C++, C#, SQL DDL, CORBA IDL and Fortran. An Eclipse plug-in is also available with Objecteering 6.
- OMG standard modeling (UML2, BPMN, SysML, MDA, …)
- Ergonomy and productivity in model and diagram construction
- Dictionary and requirement management integrated into modeling
- Semantic diagram editor, real-time model consistency checking
- Permanent consistency and traceability (requirements, models, documentation, code, …)
- Central model repository (business, logical, technical, software, physical, …)
- Collaborative and teamwork management (multi-user, multi-project)
- Automated application code production (Java, C#, C++, SQL, …)
- Easy adaptation and extension of Objecteering using MDA technology (UML profiles, Java API and transformation wizards, model transformation, MDA components, …)
- Extensibility and openness: Java API, integration with third-party tools (SCM, RME, IDE, …)
- "Softeam Products". Softeam. 2008.
- This article is based on material taken from the Free On-line Dictionary of Computing prior to 1 November 2008 and incorporated under the "relicensing" terms of the GFDL, version 1.3 or later.
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