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Postby Angelo Daiher » Thu Jan 19, 2006 7:25 am

How to export a TeamWork project for edition (i.e, without the read-only flags).
And can open in other magicdraw without teamwork.

thanks
Angelo Daiher
 
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Re: Question !

Postby Pierrick Terrettaz » Thu Jul 17, 2008 9:37 am

Angelo Daiher wrote:
> How to export a TeamWork project for edition (i.e, without the read-only
> flags).
> And can open in other magicdraw without teamwork.
>
> thanks

I do have the same question. How to export a project from teamwork server to
work with it as localy.

We imported successfully a local project into the teamworkserver but how can we
to the oposite ?
Pierrick Terrettaz
 
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Re: Question !

Postby Andrius Armonas » Fri Jul 18, 2008 5:52 am

Hello,

After opening the project, choose the File -> Save Project As... menu
item and save the file locally.

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Andrius Armonas
System Analyst & Trainer
No Magic Europe
Savanoriu pr. 363, LT 49425 Kaunas, Lithuania
Phone: +370 37 324032 Fax: +370 37 320670
E-mail: andrius.armonas
WWW: http://www.magicdraw.com
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nntp://news.nomagic.com/nomagic.products.magicdrawuml.teamwork wrote:
> Angelo Daiher wrote:
>> How to export a TeamWork project for edition (i.e, without the read-only
>> flags).
>> And can open in other magicdraw without teamwork.
>>
>> thanks
>
> I do have the same question. How to export a project from teamwork server to
> work with it as localy.
>
> We imported successfully a local project into the teamworkserver but how can we
> to the oposite ?
>
>

Andrius Armonas
 
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Re: Question !

Postby Andrius Armonas » Fri Jul 18, 2008 6:17 am

Hi again,

sorry, I misunderstood your question. For converting a Teamwork project
to a local one, choose the Teamwork -> Convert To Local Project... menu
item.

Best regards,
Andrius

nntp://news.nomagic.com/nomagic.products.magicdrawuml.teamwork wrote:
> Angelo Daiher wrote:
>> How to export a TeamWork project for edition (i.e, without the read-only
>> flags).
>> And can open in other magicdraw without teamwork.
>>
>> thanks
>
> I do have the same question. How to export a project from teamwork server to
> work with it as localy.
>
> We imported successfully a local project into the teamworkserver but how can we
> to the oposite ?
>
>

--
Andrius Armonas
System Analyst & Trainer
No Magic Europe
Savanoriu pr. 363, LT 49425 Kaunas, Lithuania
Phone: +370 37 324032 Fax: +370 37 320670
E-mail: andrius.armonas
WWW: http://www.magicdraw.com
--
MagicDraw - Architecture Made Simple

Andrius Armonas
 
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Re: Question !

Postby Pierrick Terrettaz » Fri Jul 18, 2008 10:48 am

Hi,

I'm working on version 9.5 sp1 and I don't have this item menu (see attachement)

Best Regards
Pierrick

Andrius Armonas wrote:
> Hi again,
>
> sorry, I misunderstood your question. For converting a Teamwork project
> to a local one, choose the Teamwork -> Convert To Local Project... menu
> item.
>
> Best regards,
> Andrius
>
> nntp://news.nomagic.com/nomagic.products.magicdrawuml.teamwork wrote:
>> Angelo Daiher wrote:
>>> How to export a TeamWork project for edition (i.e, without the read-only
>>> flags).
>>> And can open in other magicdraw without teamwork.
>>>
>>> thanks
>>
>> I do have the same question. How to export a project from teamwork
>> server to
>> work with it as localy.
>>
>> We imported successfully a local project into the teamworkserver but
>> how can we
>> to the oposite ?
>>
>>
>
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Re: Question !

Postby Laura Rindzeviciute » Mon Jul 21, 2008 9:37 pm

Dear Pierrick,

Magicdraw 9.5 version, you are working with, did not have "Convert To
Local Project..." command. This particular functionality was introduced
into MagicDraw 11.0 version.
Anyway if you need to save the project locally, please extract your
teamwork xml.zip file. Open it, find the line <remoteProject
xmi.value='true'/> and delete it. Resave the project file. Now it could
be opened as local project.
If you have more questions or problems feel free contacting us.


Best Regards,
-
Laura Rindzeviciute
Quality Assurance Engineer
No Magic Europe
Savanoriu pr. 363, LT-44011, Kaunas
Phone: +370 37 324032 Fax: +370 37 320670
e-mail: laura.rindzeviciute
WWW: http://www.magicdraw.com

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Re: Question !

Postby Pierrick Terrettaz » Wed Mar 18, 2009 4:49 am

Hi,

I'm still having same problem on a diffrent project.
I would like to make a teamwork project as local.
I drop the line <remoteProject
> xmi.value='true'/>.

When i open it, it seems working well, all elements have local access.

The problem a have is that the project still have theamwork module depedencies. If I
logoff from the teamwork before open the local project all dependencies make
error and are not loading (obviously because i'm not connected). But those
modules exist on my local drive in :
/home/<user>/.maven/repository/andromda/xml.zips

Maybe there is an other way to do what i want finally.

1. open a teamwork project
2. transform it as local project
3. make some changements
4. open a NEW teamwork project
5. import the local one in the new remote one
6. by this way i create a kind of branch of the initial project, just as CVS can do

Best regards,

Pierrick
Tecost SA

Laura Rindzeviciute wrote:
> Dear Pierrick,
>
> Magicdraw 9.5 version, you are working with, did not have "Convert To
> Local Project..." command. This particular functionality was introduced
> into MagicDraw 11.0 version.
> Anyway if you need to save the project locally, please extract your
> teamwork xml.zip file. Open it, find the line <remoteProject
> xmi.value='true'/> and delete it. Resave the project file. Now it could
> be opened as local project.
> If you have more questions or problems feel free contacting us.
>
>
> Best Regards,
> -
> Laura Rindzeviciute
> Quality Assurance Engineer
> No Magic Europe
> Savanoriu pr. 363, LT-44011, Kaunas
> Phone: +370 37 324032 Fax: +370 37 320670
> e-mail: laura.rindzeviciute
> WWW: http://www.magicdraw.com
>

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Re: Question !

Postby Donatas Simkunas » Fri Mar 20, 2009 2:28 am

Hello Pierrick,

You are right - modules is still left teamwork. This can be resolved also by importing all
modules and exporting them as local projects.

I am not sure that way you are trying to work is correct.
Because with import you can merge only part of model changes - for example importing will
not remove elements. If you rename element two elements will be as result and so on.
So this will not work as model merge.

Later versions starting with 15.5 has branching and 3 way merging abilities.

Regards

--
Donatas Simkunas
Senior Developer
No Magic Europe
Savanoriu pr. 363, LT 49425 Kaunas
Phone: +370 37 324032 Fax: +370 37 320670
WWW: http://www.magicdraw.com

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