Activating UML Modeling Support for Projects
From RAD Studio
Go Up to Modeling Project Procedures Index
This topic describes how to activate UML Modeling support for individual projects.
To activate UML Modeling support:
- Open the desired project or project group.
- Choose Project > Modeling Support on the main menu. The Modeling Support dialog box opens showing the list of projects within the current project group.
- Select check boxes next to those projects which should support UML modeling.
- Click OK.
The Modeling tool parses the source code of a project supporting Modeling. The Modeling tool reverse engineers the source code and generates the model view tree of the project. This tree shows diagram nodes for namespaces, classes, and interfaces and shows their interrelationships. The Model View displays the tree structures of UML models for each of the selected projects. In the Project Manager, the
ModelSupport_PROJECTNAMEfolder is added to each of the selected projects.
To deactivate UML Modeling support:
- To deactivate UML modeling support, follow the above procedure, but clear the check boxes next to those projects that do not need UML modeling.
Tip: You can also use the Automatically enable Modeling Support option to force IDE to activate the UML Modeling support automatically for all new or currently open projects. Open the Modeling > Default > General page of the Options dialog box (Tools > Options) and set Automatically enable Modeling Support to
True. Disabling Modeling support for individual projects in the Modeling Support dialog box overrides this option.