|Re: How to get an "required" only Port on a component [message #1630640 is a reply to message #1630547]
||Mon, 23 February 2015 09:57
| Francois LL
Registered: February 2015
Hi Camille, |
Thanks a lot for the answer, I tried and it worked well. Perfect.
Quick question on top, it this "written" somewhere ? Eg is there a book I can buy where this concept is explained ? If yes, I'll buy it and for sure I'll find many other great things to know about UML in practice and Papyrus.
About me: I'm an informatic developper who wants to build an application. But the app becomes too complicated to be managed "in mind" only. I need a modeling tool to keep track about requirements, objects, relationships, usecases, constraints... This is why I move toward UML today.
To learn UML, I already bought a book on the topic: "UML 2 Analyse et conception / J Gabay, D Gabay / Dunod", which is very great to start, but I didn't find in it for example the answer to my question above. I need now something more practical and... in english (language of Papyrus).
Thanks for reco and for all the help of the "forum-ers"
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