|Stereotype and Properties [message #627756]
||Wed, 01 July 2009 16:41
| Thibault LandrÃ©
Registered: July 2009
I would like to understand why in the uml2 editor, it is possible to
edit a property of a sterotype typed by a primitiveType whereas it is
not possible when the property is typed by a Datatype ?
StereotypeA has a property (prop) typed by a primitiveType (Real for
instance). StereotypeA has an extension on Metaclass 'Element'
When applying the stereotype to a class, the properties view allows you
to edit the property 'prop'.
StereotypeB has a property (propB) typed by a datatype (Time for
instance). StereotypeB has an extension on Metaclass 'Element'
When applying the stereotype to a class, you can't edit the property of
StereotypeB (propB is not displayed in the properties view).
I have look into the UML OMG specification to see if a difference
between a PrimitiveType and DataType could explain this behaviour, but I
have not found any clue.
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