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I have read many things about UML in this forum. And I found Borland Together and the Rational Software Architect. But both cannot create ABAP code.

Together is very good, I downloaded a trial, because it integrates into the SNDS. The problem is that it is very expensive and it only creates JAVA code.

Does anybody know something about creating code in ABAP and JAVA with UML. I need both so it would be much better to create things in UML because everybody can easy understand how the classes work together.

Thank you for help.

Best regards


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    Posted on Oct 13, 2005 at 09:56 AM

    Hi Patrick,

    Stromberg would answer: "Es wäre auch schön, wenn die Kuh noch Eier legen würde - macht sie aber nicht." ("It also would be fine if the cow would lay eggs - but it doesn't!") 😉

    Together definitely is the first choice for Java (even if the NWDS integration is quite old and has some shortcomings), the only thing for ABAP I know is (but I'm not an ABAP guy at all maybe there's more).

    Hope it helps


    PS: Please consider rearding points for helpful answers on SDN. Thanks in advance!

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    • Former Member Detlev Beutner

      Hi Detlev!

      I never used RationalRose. I just started with UML and now I'm looking for tools. So I found Rose, the Software Architect and Together. So I am a UML-beginner. 😊

      But I definetly agree with you that Together very good vor Java an now finding an Abap tool which can make the same would be perfect (I'm not an Abap programer, but in my team there are some, and they would be happy). I cannot believe that SAP hasn't got any tool for Apab-UML. I asked them and they only answered: "in sdn you can find some articles about that". Wow, I didn't know! 😉

      Thank you for the gentleware link, I will try how this is, compared to Borland...

      Thank you very much for your help.


      PS: perhaps SAP will provide a tool for UML... g (definitely in my dreams... 😊 )

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