|Re: FilteredUsageCrossReferencer [message #627584]
||Fri, 15 May 2009 14:31
| Kenn Hussey
Registered: July 2009
This is really a question for the UML2 newsgroup (copied).
If I recall correctly, that is a now obsolete class (it doesn't even exist
in the UML2 source code anymore) that was used to compute inverse references
while ignoring derived features. The API was inherited from
UsageCrossReferencer, i.e. clients would call one of the find*(*) methods.
The "new" way to obtain inverse references for UML elements is via
"Wuwei " <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I read the UML2 implementation but I cannot find the API for
>FilteredUsageCrossReferencer. It seems find is one of the methods. What is
>this method supposed to do? Thanks.
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