|Re: Expansion region vs. Combined Fragments [message #1693806 is a reply to message #1693746]
||Tue, 28 April 2015 12:52
|| Christian W. Damus
Registered: July 2009
That feels to me like a good case for the ExpansionNode, which
naturally maps inputs to corresponding outputs. The LoopNode, for
example, would probably be more cumbersome and less expressive.
However, I'm not much experienced with activity modeling. Others on
this forum are (especially our fUML/ALF developers). Hopefully they
can provide more insight.
On 2015-04-28 05:43:25 +0000, Philippe de Rochambeau said:
> I have created an Activity Diagram in which Program 1 (in Activity
> Partition 1) feeds each line of a CSV file to Program 2 (in Activity
> Partition 2,) which then e-mails it to a recipient.
> Is using an Expansion Region the best way to model the "foreach line in
> CSV" that takes place in Activity Partition 1?
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