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How can you generate usable code from behavioral models in Enterprise Architect?

Step beyond the simple code generation from static class models and take advantage of the comprehensive behavioral model code generation features of Enterprise Architect. These features support generating executable code for use in applications, as well as embedded systems, ranging from simple devices to complex units used in the automotive, maritime and the aerospace industries.

In this webinar, you will learn how to:


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Melbourne Thu 30 Jun 09:00 am
Tokyo Thu 30 Jun 08:00 am
New York Wed 29 Jun 19:00 pm
Los Angeles Wed 29 Jun 16:00 pm

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Dermot O'BryanSparx Systems
Scott HebbardCommunications Manager
Sparx Systems

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This can be done in an Activity diagram, but not directly in a StateMachine. So it requires the use of Activity models. You would need to use the entry/do/exit behavior of a State to call an Activity moedl that provides those actions.
Not all languages that can be generated out do support this type of reference. However, if you are generating out code for a language that allows you to do that, then yes.
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