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From Edzard Höfig <>
Subject [SCXML] Re: has anyone written an XMI-to-SCXML XSLT script?
Date Wed, 26 Aug 2009 09:49:25 GMT
Hi Jake,

if you happen to find such a XSLT stylesheet could you post it to the  
I would also be quite interested in this :-)


Am 26.08.2009 um 05:28 schrieb Rahul Akolkar:

> On Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 9:06 PM, Jacob Beard<>  
> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I've just started looking into SCXML Commons, and I'm interested in
>> attempting to leverage it as a statechart execution environment that
>> could be used to power a statechart simulator, built on top of  
>> Eclipse
>> UML2Tool's existing statechart editor. UML2Tools currently serializes
>> to XMI, and SCXML Commons takes as input SCXML, so it seems like the
>> easiest way to connect these two environments (given that they both
>> read/write XML formats) would be to write an XSLT script to convert
>> the XMI to SCXML. This seems like such an obvious idea, that it seems
>> very likely that someone may have already implemented it. I have not
>> been able to find any resources on converting XMI to SCXML, or
>> vice-versa, via XSLT. Is anyone aware of such an implementation?
> <snip/>
> Sure, that approach makes sense. Atleast one such was mentioned on
> this list, but unfortunately, the URL pointing to it in the archives
> now seems to be going nowhere -- here is that post:
> There could be others along these lines ofcourse, I haven't looked  
> lately.
> -Rahul
>> I'd greatly appreciate any guidance anyone can offer. Thanks,
>> Jake
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Edzard Hoefig
Research Associate       Autonomic Systems Engineering Working Group
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