Exporting a model in XMI format

Introduction

The Modelio XMI export operation is used to generate XMI files from models built in Modelio.

The “XMI Export” command can only be run from a package.

The XMI Export command

Key:

. Right-click on a package to open the context menu.

. Run the “Import/Export \ Export \XMI Export” command.

The “XMI Export” window

The XMI export window

Key:

. In this field, select the path of the file (which may or may not already exist) to which you want to export.

. When the “Adding Modelio annotations” option has been activated, more information will be exported, ensuring maximum compatibility in the case of a re-import into Modelio. Some information available in Modelio but not present in UML2 can be retrieved in this way.

. In the “Compatibility” field, select a format for the export. Choose between UML2.1.1, UML2.2, UML2.3, UML2.4.1 and EMF210.

. In the “Extension” field, define the extension that will be assigned to the file you are going to export (either “.xmi” ou “.uml”).

. The progress bar shows the progress of the export operation.

Partial export

With Modelio XMI Import/Export, you can carry out a partial export. To do this, simply run the export command from any of your project’s “Package” type elements.

The scope of the export will then be limited to the sub-elements of the package from which the command is run. Any links to elements outside this package are severed.

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