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Re: Mapping a UML model to a DTD or Schema
- From: RENOUPREZ Jean-Luc <email@example.com>
- To: "Vegt, Jan" <Jan.Vegt@softwareag.com>,"'firstname.lastname@example.org'" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 16:45:00 +0100
At S.W.I.F.T., we are reviewing our approach at developing Message Standards ; the new paradigm is based on modelling (using UML) ,
and we transform class diagrams modelling the messages to DTDs (today) and to Schema's (to morrow).
Our conversion rules can be found on http://www.swift.com
(go to the 'Products & Services' page. You'll find our document as a .pdf: swiftML).
I'll be very interested to get some feedback on our approach.
"Vegt, Jan" wrote:
> On Thursday, January 25, 2001 4:32 PM Arnold, Curt wrote :
> >The Cover pages have a fairly lengthy list of STEP and XML initiatives
> Arnold, thanks. In my understanding XML and STEP as system neutral data
> wrappers are
> roughly similar mechanisms. I am just wondering if the concept of a
> modeling level is
> feasible/practical for a *generalized* markup language.
> In ebXML and BizTalk you see that modeling levels appear.
> Also with richer data type support soon available in XML via XSchema, I
> wonder if
> mechanisms like EXPRESS-X are actually avoidable (to guarantuee against
> data loss). Any thoughts on this? Len?
> >The approach I favor is to generate an UML model from the EXPRESS schema
> >maps to Interface for example), refine and iterate on the UML model and
> >produce XML Schema from the UML model.
> Very interesting.
> >The aecXML (Architectural, Engineering and Construction XML,
> > initiative is currently exploring this approach with mapping the
> >Alliance for Interoperability's
> >Industrial Foundation Classes schema to an XML representation.
> Thanks, I'll check that out.
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