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Web Model Publisher

Latest version: 4.9.01
Distribution: Free
Tool compatibility :
  • Modelio Open Source
  • Modeliosoft Commercial edition
Resource type: Module
Provider: Modeliosoft
Date added: Sep 16, 2011
Date updated: Nov 13, 2019

Version compatibility

Web Model Publisher versionModelio version
4.9.01 4.0
4.8.03 3.8.x
4.7.03 3.7.x
4.6.02 3.6.0
4.5.00 3.5.0
4.4.02 3.4.1
4.3.01 3.3.x
4.2.00 3.2.x
4.1.01 3.1.x
4.0.03 3.0.x
1.0.08 2.2.1+

Provides HTML document generation functionalities.

- Adaptation for Modelio 4.0

- Adaptation for Modelio 3.8.1

- Adaptation for Modelio 3.8.0

- Adaptation for Modelio 3.7.0

- Adaptation for Modelio 3.5.0

- Adaptation for Modelio 3.4.1

- First delivery for Modelio 3.4.0

- First delivery for Modelio 3.3.0

- First delivery for Modelio 3.2.x

- First delivery for Modelio 3.1.x

- First delivery of Web Model Publisher for Modelio 3

# Walderson 2018-05-08 14:23
It will be more helpful if export everything in the model, not only the description. I want to export the other elements details such use case's exceptions, conditions and constraints.

Are you planning to include a more complete publishing?
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# modeliosoft 2018-05-14 09:18
Dear Walderson,

The Web Model Publisher is a basic module generating a clear and relevant documentation that meets most needs.
If you need a more complete documentation tool I suggest you to try the Document Publisher module which has much more features and possibilities of customization. Please note that the Document Publisher is only available for the commercial version of Modelio.
If you really think that Web Model Publisher does not offer enough features I suggest you to contact the Modeliosoft sales team and discuss about what could be done.

Best regards
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# OP 2019-02-04 16:38
One of the diagrams of my model refused to display. The information of the diagram did, but the picture itself did not appear in the html report.
Is there any known bugs that would cause this in some situations?
There was nothing unique, as I see, in the diagram that did not display in the html.
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