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MagicDraw and IBM VisualAge for Java

PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2000 2:16 pm
by Mike Henry
Hi,

I just wanted to ask if there are any plans of integrating MagicDraw with IBM's VisualAge for Java (VAJ). Apparently "The Competition" (sic) touts supporting EJB round-trip engineering with VAJ. I would like to know if/when this can be done using our favorite modelling tool?

Thanks, and keep up the good work!
-Mike

Re: MagicDraw and IBM VisualAge for Java

PostPosted: Mon Oct 23, 2000 10:53 am
by Saulius Kaukenas
Mike,

We are evaluating set of possible candidates (IDEs) for integration. I
cannot say for sure that it will happen that VAJ will be one of the
tools we will be going with soon, but it is in the candidate list.

Thanks,
Saulius

Mike Henry wrote:

> Hi, I just wanted to ask if there are any plans of integrating
> MagicDraw with IBM's VisualAge for Java (VAJ). Apparently "The
> Competition" (sic) touts supporting EJB round-trip engineering with
> VAJ. I would like to know if/when this can be done using our favorite
> modelling tool? Thanks, and keep up the good work!
>
> -Mike
>
--
Saulius Kaukenas
Product Manager,
No Magic, Lithuania
P.O. box 2166, LT- 3000, Kaunas
Phone: +370-7-225328, Fax +370-7-320670
email: saulius
WWW: http://www.nomagic.com
--
OO software design can be an appealing challenge if you have
the best UML modeling tool: http://www.magicdraw.com


Re: MagicDraw and IBM VisualAge for Java

PostPosted: Tue Oct 31, 2000 12:37 am
by Dorwin T. Shields, Jr.
Well..to voice another vote for VAJava count me in! I use
VisualAge all the time and integration would be great for me!!!

Dorwin

Saulius Kaukenas <saulius> wrote in message
news:39F46D21.CF222C65...
Mike,
We are evaluating set of possible candidates (IDEs) for integration. I
cannot say for sure that it will happen that VAJ will be one of the tools we
will be going with soon, but it is in the candidate list.
Thanks,
Saulius
Mike Henry wrote:
Hi, I just wanted to ask if there are any plans of integrating MagicDraw
with IBM's VisualAge for Java (VAJ). Apparently "The Competition" (sic)
touts supporting EJB round-trip engineering with VAJ. I would like to know
if/when this can be done using our favorite modelling tool? Thanks, and keep
up the good work!
-Mike
--
Saulius Kaukenas
Product Manager,
No Magic, Lithuania
P.O. box 2166, LT- 3000, Kaunas
Phone: +370-7-225328, Fax +370-7-320670
email: saulius
WWW: http://www.nomagic.com
--
OO software design can be an appealing challenge if you have
the best UML modeling tool: http://www.magicdraw.com




Re: MagicDraw and IBM VisualAge for Java

PostPosted: Sun Feb 18, 2001 7:36 am
by Robert Claeson
"Dorwin T. Shields, Jr." <dorwin> wrote in message
news:8tlpbn$g2o$1...
> Well..to voice another vote for VAJava count me in! I use
> VisualAge all the time and integration would be great for me!!!

If you need another vote for VAJ, then count me in, too. Aside from using
plain vanilla SDK from the command-line for things like SQLJ, VAJava 3.5
Enterprise is the only Java tool we use.




Eclipse vs VAJ

PostPosted: Fri May 10, 2002 9:45 am
by jose
OK, VAJ is a great IDE but do you Know Eclipse ???

It's an open source alternative (by IBM) for develop an Java IDE (for
Windows, Linux...). Eclipse is equals (similarity) to VAJ.

Before Eclipse, I was VAJ entusiast. But now, Eclipse vs VAJ, Eclipse
winner...

Eclipse:
· Integration with Magic Draw (new beta version 5.5)
· Weblogic 5.X, 6.X (develop, and debug, not support EJB wizard)
· Perfect integration with CVS
· Versions for Windows and Linux (allows to change de JVM)

VAJ:

· Not support with last Weblogic version
· Magic draw not support any integration (now...)
· Poor integration with CVS
· Versions for Windows (NOT allows to change de JVM) and

NetBeans (IDE in pure Java):
· Integration with Magic Draw
· Weblogic 5.X, 6.X integration?? (I don't know)
· Perfect integration with CVS


Robert Claeson wrote:
> "Dorwin T. Shields, Jr." <dorwin> wrote in message
> news:8tlpbn$g2o$1...
>
>>Well..to voice another vote for VAJava count me in! I use
>>VisualAge all the time and integration would be great for me!!!
>
>
> If you need another vote for VAJ, then count me in, too. Aside from using
> plain vanilla SDK from the command-line for things like SQLJ, VAJava 3.5
> Enterprise is the only Java tool we use.
>
>
>