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what field to use for mapping from analysis to code? [message #1847668] Wed, 03 November 2021 11:13 Go to next message
Ilja Kraval is currently offline Ilja KravalFriend
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Hi all,

I used EA and I'm switching to Papyrus and I have this question:

We create an Analysis Class Model (like PMI).

We need to place somewhere in some field at class or at attribute the corresponding name of the class or attribute realized in the Java code (= mapping from analysis to code like in MDA, but manually).

In EA we used "Alias field".
We can use "Label field" (that we do not use yet) in Papyrus.

Is there another better option?

Thanks for the answers and suggestions.

Ilya.
Re: what field to use for mapping from analysis to code? [message #1847680 is a reply to message #1847668] Wed, 03 November 2021 13:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Carsten Pitz is currently offline Carsten PitzFriend
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Hi Ilya,

What is PMI in this context?

you can use
1. the label attribute
2. create custom attributes by applying a custom profile
3. or as you mention MDA, even though it is not manually, let an automated PIM to PSM transformation deal with normalizing names. I would not automate the CIM (informal analysis model) to PIM (formal design model) transformation, though.

/Carsten
Re: what field to use for mapping from analysis to code? [message #1847686 is a reply to message #1847680] Wed, 03 November 2021 15:32 Go to previous message
Ilja Kraval is currently offline Ilja KravalFriend
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Hi Carsten,
PMI is a typo :),
correctly PIM,
thanks a lot for the reply!

Ilya
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