XML dialect for UML modeling

Anthony B. Coates tony at ems.uq.edu.au
Thu Jun 25 07:23:29 BST 1998

** Reply to note from James Anderson <jamesa at qualcomm.com> on Wed, 24 Jun 1998
11:16:30 -0700

I don't know about any IBM proposal, but there is an XML for UML project in
progress at


Given that IBM's "XML for Java" is from their Japanese office, who knows
whether these groups are working together?  (I certainly don't ... :-) ).

> Does anyone have any information on an IBM proposal for representing UML
> models in an XML dialect?  I need to find out if an industry standard has
> developed for UML formatting. 
> -James Anderson

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