|Re: Why is a (member)function not an action or activity? [message #1060568 is a reply to message #1060545]
||Mon, 27 May 2013 01:56
| Marc-Florian Wendland
Registered: January 2013
because the Action-/BehaviorExecutionSpecification does not mean that only
the invoked BehavioralFeature (Message.signature) can be executed or
invoked. You can actually add every accessible Behavior/Action by the
receiving Lifeline (or its represented part) as target of
This is somehow similar to Transitions where the effect can be used to
specify any additional action that shall be executed once the transition is
"Joost Kraaijeveld" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
The subject says it more or less: why is a(n) (object member) function
not an action or activity and hence selectable as the action or
behaviour execution specification?
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