MagicDraw UML 10.5 Extends BP Modeling with Export to BPEL

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News: MagicDraw UML 10.5 Extends BP Modeling with Export to BPEL

  1. No Magic, Inc. has announced the release of MagicDraw UML 10.5, an upgrade of No Magic's UML-based architecture tool. MagicDraw 10.5 extends its business process modeling capabilities to export Business Process Execution Language (BPEL 1.1) compliant code from Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) diagram. The new version delivers an integration with ProActivity Business Process Analysis suite, updated NetBeans integration and improved GUI to increase flexibility and convenience using the tool.

    The MagicDraw UML BPEL Export functionality allows the users to export their Business Process Execution Language (BPEL 1.1) compliant code from a Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) diagram. The outputted BPEL code can be used in BEA WebLogic 8.1.

    The integration with ProActivity Business Process Analysis Suite eliminates the gap separating business analysts from application analysts and system designers. Now MagicDraw UML imports static and dynamic structure information from ProActivity business models for instant creation/redesign of IT systems.

    In addition to the new business process modeling offerings, No Magic continues to enrich its UML modeling capabilities. This new version delivers GUI improvements that increase the convenience and flexibility of working with MagicDraw UML. To reflect the changes in NetBeans IDE 4.X No Magic has updated the integration with NetBeans IDE. This update allows MagicDraw to be used by the users of the latest NetBeans version.

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  2. How much does it cost?[ Go to top ]

    what's the price? Is it too expensive to post?
  3. How much does it cost?[ Go to top ]

    It depends on region and specific edition. They have a pricing page that shows you a rather complex matrix of prices based on edition and requirements.
  4. How much does it cost?[ Go to top ]

    We got two floating licenses for a fraction of the cost of high-end modeling tool we had been using. We found MagicDraw to be a good value for the money.

    Steve Mitchell
    http://www.byteworksinc.com