I have been tasked to evaluate various UML tools for our company.
Although we already have some documentation with some UML here and there, we are considering creating a more thorough documentation using UML.
We have around 4000 classes inside many packages and subpackages. When I let the tool create class diagrams, I get an error saying that there are too many connections or associations, although the tool works fine.
What is the best practice when reverse-engineering so many files?
Is there a way to initially only display the packages, and then when a user clicks on them, he/she can delve a bit deeper?
As I am new to creating UML diagrams with so many associations, classes and packages, help would very much be appreciated.