|Advanced message editor [message #997356]
||Sun, 06 January 2013 16:39
| Laya eng
Registered: October 2012
1#i wonder if there is specific syntax i should follow while writing message through advanced message editor?
2#and what is the allowable cases?
3#with regard to the documentation of SD and exactly the following section
2.2.3 Select/Create Operation/Signal attached to message
as i read that This is provided through "pop-up windows."
but where can i find it?
[Updated on: Mon, 07 January 2013 13:37]
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|Re: message syntax in sequence diagram [message #999512 is a reply to message #997356]
||Sat, 12 January 2013 04:45
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
Pending a reply by someone better informed:
Papyrus aspires to comply with the UML specification, specifically UML
2.4.1 today. The UML 2.5 Beta specification  is much more readable
and in principle unchanged, so referring to it, you will find that
Messages are defined in and around Clause 17.4.3. The argument of a
Message is a ValueSpecification, so you can define it in your favourite
OCL is perhaps the most common language and some Papyrus support for
that appeared in 0.9 (Juno). Much more (State Machines and Profiles) is
planned for 0.10 (Kepler). However Messages are not currently targetted.
OCL 2.3.1  clause 7.8 describes the intended support for messages
(beware obvious typos; not everything was well-reviewed).
On 06/01/2013 21:39, Laya eng wrote:
> Hello everyone
> How can specify the syntax of message that resides between lifelines
> for example calculate() is a message but how can determine the input
> parameters for it or their types(Real,integer,String,Boolean)?
> and determining its properties through properties view or in model
> editor like this?
> Regards Laya
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