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Import a Directory Structure

You can import from all source files in a complete directory structure, which enables you to import or synchronize multiple files in a directory tree in one pass.

Enterprise Architect creates the necessary packages and diagrams during the import process.

Access   Project Browser package context menu | Code Engineering | Import Source Directory

Import a directory structure, using the Import Source Directory dialog



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Select the options you require; you can configure:

The source directory
The source type
The file extensions to look at
Whether to recurse sub directories
Whether to create a diagram for each package
Whether to import additional files as described in the Import Component Types dialog
Whether to exclude private members from libraries being imported from the model
Whether to Synchronize or Overwrite existing Classes when found; if a model Class is found matching the one in code:
Synchronize updates the model Class to include the details from the one in code, which preserves information not represented in code, such as the location of Classes in diagrams
Overwrite deletes the model Class and generates a new one from code, which deletes and does not replace the additional information
Whether to create a package for every directory, namespace or file; this might be restricted depending on the source type selected
How to handle Classes not found during the import (prompt for action enables you to review Classes individually)
What is shown on diagrams created by the import














Classes not found during Import


Click on the OK button to start.



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