|Re: Knowing what diagram an element belongs to in OCL [message #1612914 is a reply to message #1612159]
||Thu, 12 February 2015 09:25
Thanks a lot Ed.|
I thought that since diagrams is just a view of the model, it would not
be easy. I'll check if it's possible to relate the elements to their
graphical representation in the diagrams.
El 11/02/2015 a las 22:37, Ed Willink escribió:
> Not really. In UML you have the overall model for which each diagram
> provides a very partial and selective view.
> A particular model element may appear in none or many diagrams, so there
> is no unique definition to find.
> Naively you have to search the diagrams for graphical appearances. It
> may be that Papyrus provides a helper API for this kind of search.
> Ed Willink
> On 11/02/2015 10:19, "V. López" wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I wonder if it's possible to know what elements belong to each diagram
>> in OCL.
>> My problem is that I would like to split a bigger diagram into smaller
>> ones, but for some constraints I would like to know the diagram where a
>> specific element (class, dependency, ...) is specified.
>> Is it possible?
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