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Classes Not Found During Import




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When reverse engineering from your code, there might be times when Classes are deliberately removed from your source code.

Enterprise Architect's Import Source Directory functionality keeps track of the Classes it expects to synchronize with and, on the Import Directory Structure dialog, provides options for how to handle the Classes that weren't found.

You can select the appropriate option to make Enterprise Architect, at the end of the import, ignore the missing Classes, automatically delete them or prompt you to manage them.

On the Import Directory Structure dialog, if you select the Prompt For Action radio button to manually review missing Classes, a dialog displays on which you specify the handling for each Class that was missing in the imported code.

By default, all Classes are marked for deletion; to keep one or more Classes, select them and click on the Ignore button.


Import a Directory Structure