Transformation by Modeling MOF QVT 2.0: From UML to MVC2 Web model

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Redouane Esbai
Mimoun Moussaoui,Samir Mbarki, Ibtissam Arrassen
Mohammed Erramdani, Abdelouafi Meziane


The continuing evolution of business needs and technology makes Web applications more complex in terms of development,
maintenance, and management. To cope with this complexity, several Frameworks have emerged. Given this diversity of solutions, the
generation of a code based on UML models has become a necessity. This paper presents the application of the MDA (Model Driven
Architecture) to generate, from the UML model, the Code following the MVC2 pattern (Model-View-Controller) using the standard MOF 2.0
QVT (Meta-Object Facility Model 2.0 Query-View-Transformation) as a transformation language. This standard defines the meta-model for the
development of model transformation. The transformation rules defined in this paper can generate, from the class diagram, an XML file
containing the Actions, the Forms, and JSP pages. This file can be used to generate the necessary code of a web application.


Keywords: MDA, model transformation, MVC 2, transformation rules, MOF 2.0 QVT, meta-model, OCL.


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