|Re: fUML, Papyrus and Basic Operations [message #1701985 is a reply to message #1701979]
||Fri, 17 July 2015 09:27
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
I've no idea what your background is, but....
If you were using OCL you could leverage the extensible modeled OCL
standard library that has true (unlimited) integers.
And eventually you might benefit from the OCL to direct Java code generator.
On 17/07/2015 10:17, Antonio M. Moreno wrote:
> We aim to execute fUML specifications written in Papyrus using the
> fUML reference implementation. This has not been challenging since an
> UML model containing a single Class diagram and one or more Activity
> Diagrams can be directly executed by calling the fUML constructor:
> new Fuml(File);
> However, it is difficult to specify complex behaviors without basic
> Integer operations. For example, 'equals', 'greater'...
> I am aware that there is some library of such functions that can be
> selected using OpaqueBehaviors. Therefore, my question is: where and
> how can those such "basic operations" be found?
> Thank you in advance,
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