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It's to do with the gradients on the elements.  You can get it right by turning off gradients or by getting the latest version of EA.

It's available in Import source Directory, or import files (from the context menu of a class diagram.)

The list of available fragments that can be inserted in each template is documented at  If it's not in that list, it's not currently possible.

You'll find a Java sample in your EA install directory (at least with EA 7.5).

The documentation for the interface is available at

As you've said, use getters and setters for the attributes though.  (Same as you would need to do for C++.)

So, what was the error?

Please define "fell over in a heap".

Also, if you are using any edition above Corporate and are on build 844.  I would recommend upgrading the build 845.

You also need to add a tagged value "attribute_name".

Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / Re: Java based add-in
« on: June 05, 2009, 08:24:27 am »
It's all just a matter of time and priorities.

Send in a formal feature request for each to bump up the priorities, but I couldn't promise anything soon.

Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / Re: Java based add-in
« on: June 03, 2009, 08:51:47 am »
Add-ins are currently/still not possible in Java.

You will also need to export the data types, as this is what tells EA that the language exists.

I would recommend using the MDG technology export to combine them both together.

Modify the HTML style template.  (See

If found the logo on the 'Page - Index' template.

You probably need to save your new object (by calling Update) before setting the stereotype.

The ElementID of a tag is the owner.  You may find that you've added the tag to the wrong element.

To create a tagged value referring to another element you will need to set its value to the guid of the other element.

EA will display the name (and stereotype) of the target element if you add the information from the RefGUID tagged value type into the notes.  (See

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