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InstanceSpecification of a Modeled Class [message #628481] Thu, 03 June 2010 15:10
Hector Chavez is currently offline Hector Chavez
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Registered: February 2010
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Hello,

I have been playing with the ExtendedPO2, the example given in "Getting Started with UML2" and I'm trying to create an instance of one of the modeled classes using InstanceSpecification.

What I'm doing is: I create an instance specification, then I create a slot for the property "name", and then to assign a value I'm using the setValue() method, but it requires a StereoType.

Do I have to create a stereotype for the class? or maybe this is not the right approach.


InstanceSpecification is = UMLFactory.eINSTANCE.createInstanceSpecification();
is.setName("supplierInstance");
is.getClassifiers().add(supplierClass);
Slot sn = is.createSlot();
Property name = supplierClass.getAttribute("name", stringPrimitiveType);
sn.setDefiningFeature(name);
//sn.setValue(StereoType, ..., ...)????

Thank you.

Hector
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