Before you can work with UModel projects (.ump file) in the Eclipse environment, make sure to create or open an Eclipse project first (this can be, for example, a new or existing Java project to which you would like to add UML support). This topic shows you how to create a new UModel project within an Eclipse project. For instructions on how to import an existing UModel project into an Eclipse project, see Importing Existing UModel Projects.
To add a UModel project to an Eclipse project:
|1.||Create a new (or open an existing) Eclipse project, by using the standard Eclipse commands (File | New | Project, or File | Open File).|
|2.||On the File menu, click New | Other, and then select the UModel Project File type from the dialog box.|
|4.||When prompted, select a parent folder for the new UModel project, and click Finish. The new UModel project becomes available in the Navigator view, under the parent folder you specified.|
UModel projects cannot be opened in an editor. To take actions against the project (such as saving or loading its contents into Eclipse), right-click the .ump file, and select the required command.
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