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Adding parameters to signals [message #1149466] Tue, 22 October 2013 05:32 Go to next message
Tomas Sandkvist is currently offline Tomas SandkvistFriend
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When I add a parameter to a signal I get the following error:


The opposite features 'feature' of '<Signal> Nisse' and
'featuringClassifier' of '<Property> parameter1' do not refer to each other.

Also, the parameter is not displayed in the properties compartment of the
Signal element. Why this, am I doing something wrong or is this a
limitation of the Papyrus editor or SysML implementation?

Using a SysML block diagram in Topcased.

Regards,
Tomas Sandkvist
Sweden
Re: Adding parameters to signals [message #1152069 is a reply to message #1149466] Wed, 23 October 2013 20:05 Go to previous message
Ed Willink is currently offline Ed WillinkFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi

You will probably do better on the
news://new.eclipse.org/eclipse.papyrus newsgroup. This newsgroup is for
the obsolete UML2Tools tooling.

Topcased is a couple of years out of date so a bug may be fixed in Papyrus.

I recall that similar problem was associated with modifying UML at the
wrong level of property subsetting.

Regards

Ed Willink


On 22/10/2013 14:37, Tomas Sandkvist wrote:
> When I add a parameter to a signal I get the following error:
>
>
> The opposite features 'feature' of '<Signal> Nisse' and
> 'featuringClassifier' of '<Property> parameter1' do not refer to each
> other.
>
> Also, the parameter is not displayed in the properties compartment of the
> Signal element. Why this, am I doing something wrong or is this a
> limitation of the Papyrus editor or SysML implementation?
>
> Using a SysML block diagram in Topcased.
>
> Regards,
> Tomas Sandkvist
> Sweden
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