How to Generate Sequence Diagrams in Visual Studio 2010

by Doug Finke on May 10, 2010

in .Net,.NET 4.0,C#,C# 4.0,Sequence Diagrams,Swimlanes,UML,Visual Studio 2010,VS 2010

Visual Studio 2010 is jam packed with features. One feature, right mouse click in a method and click Generate Sequence Diagram



Right mouse click inside of Main.


Sequence Diagram

Produces this diagram.


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KB 05.08.11 at 6:29 am

I am not having generate sequence diagram option when I right click in visual studio 2010 to create sequence diagram from C# code.

Doug Finke 05.08.11 at 5:45 pm

I believe you need VS 2010 Ultimate to have this option.

Jim 10.20.11 at 5:02 pm

Unfortunately Doug is right.

Damn it!!!

“Professional” developers need tools like this, so how can VS2010 “Professional” not have it, at least as an unsupported configurable add-in?

We have truly arrived at an era in which features and services that used to be standard are now limited to premium or elite versions. And it’s everywhere now: just think of how airlines charge extra now for your baggage, and how Adobe seems hell bent on keeping its Flash Player limited to higher end mobile devices.

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