Modelio has demonstrated its BPMN models interoperability at OMG :

SOFTEAM/Modeliosoft confirms its commitment to modeling standards (UML, BPMN, SysML, UPDM, TOGAF,  …) through its continuous participation efforts in OMG and Open Group, and to model interchange groups.
Interoperability is guaranteed through the OMG XMI exchange support, and the BPMN XML support. In addition, Modelio supports Excell import/export, and has an XML framework allowing to interoperate with most third party tools, including non-standard modeling tools.

Modeliosoft is proud to introduce our new Modelio 3.4 version, which still increases its benefits by bringing new exclusive features.

New Modelio Studio tool

Modelio studio is a graphical tool dedicated to defining extensions for Modelio (modeling capacities, services …) without programming. Based on defining the elements hereunder, Modelio Studio generates « Modules » that package and disseminate the extension to Modelio Users.

  • Model of profiles that extend UML, BPMN, requirements, or any Modelio model element
  • Definition of new types of diagrams
  • Definition of new menus
  • Definition of document templates
  • Definition of Patterns that automate the modeling activities
  • Integration of model processing code (Java, Jython, ...)

Modelio Studio is part of Modelio Modeler version 3.4.

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Figure 1 - Modelio Studio

New Modelio 3.3 Code Generation, Test Generation, Reverse Engineering, Code Documentation...

Modelio: The reference tool for Java model driven development

Model driven development in Java with Modelio is an easy and intuitive practice for Java developers. The tool provides productivity and quality, helps with documentation and testing, handles existing and new code, and maintains permanent model/code consistency. Developers still have the freedom to use their favorite IDE (such as Eclipse), while getting the benefits of modeling support.

Modelio (previously Objecteering) is a tried and tested solution, helping developers to maintain model/code consistency since 1996.

Increased ergonomic and methodology support for System & Software modeling

Formatted text editor, forms, ...

Modeling systems or software requires more than graphical modeling capacities, in order to handle the richness of model's data: detailed information, extensible data, ...

Modelio already supports spreadsheet editors, which enable table's views and editions of model elements, such as requirements, or any other model element (classes, processes, use cases, ...). Matrixes are also a convenient means to represent traceability, or any other properties or links.

Now Modelio 3.3 provides a rich HTML text editor (see Figure 1) that enhances generated web documents. Modelio also provides for the main modeling elements dedicated forms (see Figure 2) that provide a methodological help in capturing models. Use Cases or Business Processes are example of model elements having a dedicated form.

UML, BPMN, TOGAF, SysML, Requirements, ...

Modelio « Constellation » tool modelio icon

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Federated repositories under « Constellation »

Federated knowledge and Models in the Enterprise

Models in an Enterprise are parceled between different repositories, tools or Business Units. That model separation hinders the exploitation, the generalization and the reuse of models. The knowledge asset (models, processes, data, architectures, systems) is therefore poorly shared and exploited.

The new Modelio Constellation tool ensures the models and projects governance, as well as their centralized administration, the setting of indicators and procedures, and the setting of automated tasks such as reports, audit, code generation or continuous integration. Constellation organizes and ensures the sharing of models within and between organizations, even for the most heterogeneous ecosystems. The web administration interface provides a convenient tool to manage and get a synthesis of projects.

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