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Can enumerations specialize primitive types ? [message #603240] Tue, 27 March 2007 15:44
Andreas Maier is currently offline Andreas MaierFriend
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A UML Enumeration (metaclass) is a kind of UML Classifier (metaclass),
and the same is true for the UML PrimitiveType.

As we all know, Classifiers can have a Generalization association (and
relationship) between them.

Questions:

1. Does UML2 (i.e. the specs) allow that enumerations in a user model
specialize (via instance of the UML Generalization metaclass) primitive
types defined in a user model (e.g. in a model library) ?

Our specific use case would be that the user model defines an
enumeration which specalizes a primitive type defined in a model library
which specializes one of the UML defined primitive types (that latter
specialization we have working, the question is about the former).

2. Does the UML2 implementation of Eclipse support that ?

Andy
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