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Michael
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Can XMI solve the incompatibility beteen tools?

As we know, XMI extending to XML can save objects of UML model element in a flat file. And one of the advantages of XMI is that uml tools can import the model elements from XMI files which is generated by another uml tools. However,in fact, as far as know, there is no uml tool which is able to import an alien XMI file. So I think we still should work on issue of this kind of incompatibility of xmi.

Does anybody have the idea to solve the incompatibility of XMI?

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Which tools did you test with which XMI files?

The cvs head version of Umbrello (http://uml.sf.net) is capable of at least partially importing Novosoft NSUML (and derivatives) as well as Unisys.JCR.1.
The XMI import is being worked on, see http://bugs.kde.org/56184 for progress.

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