Generate From Behavioral Models

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Using Enterprise Architect's system engineering capability, you can generate code  in various software (SW) and hardware (HW) languages, including C(OO), C++, C#, Java, VB.Net, VHDL, Verilog and SystemC, from these UML behavioral diagrams:

State Machine diagrams  (SW & HW)
Interaction (Sequence) diagrams (SW)
Activity diagrams (SW)
 

Generate code from behavioral diagrams using the EAExample project

Step

Action

See also

1

Open the EAExample.eap file by selecting the Help | Open Example Model menu option.

 

 

2

From the Project Browser, select any of the following packages:
 
Software Language Examples:

Project Models > System Model > Implementation Model (PSM) > Java Model With Behaviors    Generate the Account and Order classes
Project Models > Systems Engineering Model > Implementation Model > Software > C#    Generate the DataProcessor Class
Project Models > Systems Engineering Model > Implementation Model > Software > C++    Generate the IO Class
Project Models > Systems Engineering Model > Implementation Model > Software > Java    Generate the IO Class
Project Models > Systems Engineering Model > Implementation Model > Software > VBNet  Generate the IO Class

 

Hardware Language Examples:

Project Models > Systems Engineering Model > Implementation Model > Hardware > SystemC     Generate the PlayBack Class
Project Models > Systems Engineering Model > Implementation Model > Hardware > VHDL     Generate the PlayBack Class
Project Models > Systems Engineering Model > Implementation Model > Hardware > Verilog     Generate the PlayBack Class

 

 

3

When completed, press ( Ctrl+E ) to open the generated source code.

You should see methods generated in the code.

 

 

Notes

Software code generation from behavioral models is available in the Business and Software Engineering, Systems Engineering and Ultimate editions of Enterprise Architect
Hardware code generation from State Machine models is available in the Systems Engineering and Ultimate editions of Enterprise Architect
For C(OO), on the C Specifications page of the Options dialog set the Object Oriented Support option to True
To be able to generate code from behavioral models, all behavioral constructs should be contained within a Class
Code synchronization is not supported for behavioral code
 

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