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[StateD] Names in transitions & internal activities in states. [message #623376] Wed, 24 December 2008 16:01
Toñi Reina is currently offline Toñi Reina
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi there,

I have just installed UML2 Tools and I'm testing some features, above all
those related to state diagrams. As there's not too much documentation
avalaible, I'd like to ask a few questions, in case someone can answer some
of them:

1) Is there anyway to display the transition name in the diagram? As far as
I have been able to see, you can set the name by means of the Properties
tab, but can the name be displayed graphically in the diagram?

2) In order to add an internal activity to a state, you have to show the
Advanced Properties, and add it in the Properties Tab, but are these
activities displayed graphically in the diagram.
Related to this question, the only options that are avalaible as internal
activities are other states, aren't they?

3) What's the difference betwen a submachine state and a composite state?
This is the first time I see the submachine state construct in an UML
modelling tool.

4) In some bug answers, an UML Reference Documentation is name, for example,
in https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=210098, chapter 15.3.11 of
UML 2.1 specification is mentioned. My question is if this specification is
the one provided by OMG, or is a new one written specifically for the UML
Eclipse Project.

Finally, I would be very grateful if you could tell me if there is any
tutorial or extra documentation about state diagrams in UML2 Tools.

Best regards,
Toñi Reina
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