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Use Case Mining (UCM) is an approach for modelling use cases in software product development. It improves both the ‘overall picture of the system’, by developing a system-wide description of the system, and leads to more efficient design, better testability and reduced test times.
Use Case Mining Export (UCM Exporter Full Crack) is a easy to use, Java based application designed to enable UCM users to export their UCM scenarios to a given scenario builder (AgileBits UCM Designer/AgileBits UCM Designer Pro).
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The UCM Exporter Full Crack is a Java 1.6 application, which can run on any operating system with JRE 1.6+ installed, such as Solaris and Linux. The basic UCM is the central repository of all use case(s) in the system under development. UCM acts as the main repository of scenario(s) for each UCM enabled use case. Export to UCM is a Java-based process. The export tool is simple to use. It will take a few moments to learn and start providing you with use cases. The user interface is designed to be as easy to use as possible. The approach is to keep the user interface as simple as possible and to include the most important UCM-based design functionality as an automatically applied component. The UCM Exporter does not come with any functionality. This is a standalone application which can be used, unmodified, on any operating system with a Java 6 runtime. The UCM export process is not supported for Cisco-based products because Cisco proprietary technology would be used.
* Supports the export of Use Case Models from Cisco IOS
* Supports the export of scenario(s) from Use Case Models from Cisco IOS
* Runs on any operating system with Java 1.6 installed
* Built-in support for a catalog of IOS UCM enabled feature templates.
* Supports all Cisco IOS MIBs and UCM enabled mibs.
* Includes feature templates for interface, system and network port
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UCM Exporter (Final 2022)
The objective of the UCM Exporter is to enable users to export a UCM-based design from UCM Analyst and to export it from UCM Analyst to QC-CMM, MCM-CMM, ICMA-CMM, Serena, JSS or a case file written in J2EE or.NET.
The Exporter has been provided with various features. The following list describes the features which are available in the Exporter version released today.
The Exporter, being a new product from the UCM team, is, as of today, limited. The major features will be added in the next release of the Exporter.
The Exporter is platform independent, so that it can be used on any platform supported by UCM.
Preferred Scenarios Export
The output of the Exporter is a file containing the UCM XML, which represents all available scenarios and states for the system which can be used by other tools to perform a proper design analysis.
Four UCM XML files are to be exported: the UCM XML, the UCM XML with all decision tables and update paths, the UCM XML with all decision tables and update paths with times for the decision table updates and the UCM XML with all decision tables and update paths with update scheduling information.
Output is based on the System Data Record, but all UCM files referenced in this data record are first decomposed into the elements in the UCM XML. In case of invalid references, the file is an error file.
System History Log
The Exporter allows you to keep track of each change in a state in the XML file. A detailed description of the history log can be found at
UCM Diagram Export
The Exporter allows you to export the UCM diagram as an image or as a (Vector Graphic) file.
Output is based on the System Diagram, but all UCM diagrams referenced in this diagram are first decomposed into the elements in the UCM XML. In case of invalid references, the output is an error file.
Exporter Info Screen
UCM Diagram Map Screen
UCM Diagram Screenshot Screen
UCM XML Screenshot Screen
UCM XML Map Screen
The Exporter supports the following version of UCM:
– Version 1.0
What’s New in the UCM Exporter?
The UCM Exporter is designed to be a simple, powerful tool to export a UCM User Case Map to a particular format, using a configuration file. This tool is designed to export to systems that conform to the specification defined in the UCM Exporter 2.0 spec, and its plugins (see PDF link below)
You can also generate Use Cases from a UCM User Case Map, using UCM Duplicator
UCM Duplicator Description:
The UCM Duplicator tool was designed to assist new users of the UCM User Case Map by allowing them to take a’master’ UCM User Case Map and create scenarios that will have a minimum set of Use Cases defined within the UCM User Case Map.
This tool will then present you with a set of Use Cases that are ready to be used in another tool like AgilePlanner, ITM, etc.
Easy to learn:
UCM Exporter and UCM Duplicator both have ‘easy to use’ interfaces that allow a novice user to complete the export and duplication of a UCM User Case Map, without too many difficult concepts.
1. Setup a user account:
Login to UCM Exporter, or the UCM Duplicator using your credentials. If you do not have a user account then you need to create one.
2. Start the UCM Exporter:
Click the ‘Start’ button. This will display the UI to start the process.
3. Start the UCM Duplicator:
Click the ‘Start’ button. This will display the UI to start the process.
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