You can also use the Excel Import plugin to select the imported properties of the schema class and some properties of a UML element, a SysML element, or your own model, and map them on a mapping diagram. Excel Import can create a mapping diagram to represent the class mapping.
You can create a mapping diagram in either way:
Creating a Mapping Diagram when Importing a Schema Class
Creating a Mapping Diagram after Importing Schema Classes
You can map a schema class with a UML meta model by selecting the UML profile (UML2.5 or UML2.5 Meta Model with attributes.mdzip) as the target element. Once you have a class mapping, you can import data according to the mapping. For more information about importing data to a class mapping, see Importing Data to a Schema Class or Importing Data Through a Class Mapping.
How to select the UML profile as the target element, you need to load UML 2.5 by the following steps.
From MagicDraw main menu, click File > Use Project.
On the Use Project dialog, shown below, select the radio button, then click to browse and locate the project file.
The project file is at MagicDraw installation folder\samples\UML2 Meta Model with attributes.mdzip