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Gasunie workshop presentations available

The slides of today’s UMM 2.0 workshop at Nederlandse Gasunie are available online. The presentation is split into five parts:

Part A: General introduction to the business concept of UMM 2.0

Part B: Business Requirements View

Part C: Business Choreography View

Part D: Business Information Modeling using CCTS (by Fred van Blommestein)

Part E: Enterprise Architect and the UMM Add-In

The complete UMM 2.0 buyer-seller-carrier example from the UMM 2.0 hands-on workshop is available in the example model section.

CCL08A available as Enterprise Architect file

The most recent Core Component Library CCL08A is available as Enterprise Architect file.

Using the predefined core components, core data types, business information entities, and business data types a business document modeler can easily assemble business documents.

The code which parses the Microsoft Excel representation in .csv into the Enteprise Architect representation is part of the UMM2 Add-In code.

First UMM book available

Our new book entitled “UN/CEFACT’s Modeling Methodology (UMM) 1.0” is available in book stores right now.

The book covers the UN/CEFACT’s Modeling Methodology 1.0 and the UMM Add-In and provides an excellent 101 tutorial for new UMM users.

A whole chapter is dedicated to the UMM user guide which helps a novice user to create a valid UMM 1.0 model. Furthermore the different chapters include the Worksheet Editor and the UMM Validator being part of the UMM Add-In. The generation of process specifications from UMM models and the mapping of business information to document formats are also part of the book.

New UMM 1.0 example model available

A new UMM 1.0 example model from the Waste Management Domain is available in the example section.

Pre-draft REA Profile for Enterprise Architect available

Yellow FolderFor those interested we have uploaded a first version of the UML Profile for REA for Enterprise Architect together with a (still incomplete) test model. We will continue our collaborative work with Prof. McCarthy in order to allow for a seamless integration of REA into the UMM.

First UMM 2.0 example model available

A first UMM 2.0 example model (Order From Quote) as it will be used in the UMM 2.0 specification is available. Please see the Example Models section for more details.

The example model already uses the new stereotypes as defined in the UMM 2.0 meta model. An example for the new package structure using the new stereotypes is given below.

Business Requirements View


Business Choreography View


Business Information View using the UML Profile for Core Components