|Re: model validation problem sequence diagram [message #1060567 is a reply to message #1060544]
||Mon, 27 May 2013 05:52
| Marc-Florian Wendland
Registered: January 2013
without providing an explicit Action, you cannot do anything to let the
validation problem disappear. This is not an arbitrary validation rule
specified by Papyrus, but a syntactic obligation of the UML metamodel. An
ActionExecutionSpecification requires an action to be valid. Riddle solved!
"Joost Kraaijeveld" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
I validated my model and Papyrus complains (multiple time) about:
"The required feature 'action' of '<Action Execution Specification>
DisplayInitialiseAction' must be set"
where "DisplayInitialiseAction" is different each time, depending on the
It happens whenever I have a syncCall in a sequence diagram that ends in
a "Action Execution Specification" and I do not specify the "Action",
i.e. it says "<Undefined>" in the UML properties.
I can make it disappear by letting it end in a "Behaviour Execution
Specification" but what should I do to make it disappear by maintaining
the "Action Execution Specification", because it is actually an action,
and not a behaviour?
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