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How to Install JUCMNAv Plugin to Eclipse?

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  • Difficulty Level : Easy
  • Last Updated : 29 Oct, 2021

The JUCMNav is an eclipse plugin that is used for modeling software and applications. It is a free graphical editor to analyze the user requirements for the software. It includes the ‘goal-oriented requirement language’ and ‘use case map notation’. 


Installing JUCMNav Plugin to Eclipse:

Here, the user can see step by step guide with image visualization to install the JUCMNAV plugin to eclipse.

Step 1: Open Eclipse IDE and click on the help menu from the menubar. Find install new software and click on it.

Step 2: You will see the pop-up menu on the screen. Here, the user has to click on the Add button.

Step 3: In the given blanks fill the below details and click on the Add button. While filling the name field, focus on the small case and upper case letter.

  • Name:- JUCMNav
  • Location:-

Step 4: You can see is added to the available software section. Click on the and its child to select it.

Step 5: At the below, click on the Next button. 

Step 6: Click on the Next again.

Step 7: Select the radio button with the option I agree and click on the finish button.

Step 8: The installation process for the JUCMNav is completed and the user can create a new file with .jucm extension. To create a new file go to the File -> new -> others.

Step 9: Here, search for the JUCMNav file and select the Use case Map/GRL Graph. After that click on the Next button below. 

Step 10: Select the project folder, and add the file name. Click on the Finish. 

Now, the user can start to build the model for the software/applications with the JUCMNav tool.

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