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Only one label when multiple edges with same target mappings [message #1769425] Mon, 31 July 2017 13:19 Go to next message
sonny selhorst is currently offline sonny selhorstFriend
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Dear,

I am sorry if this question is due to my lack of knowledge with meta-modeling and MDD in general. I am making a tool with which someone can make EER diagrams with UML notation for my master thesis. I have almost no experience with Java, so the professor that guides me decided that it would be a good idea to have me test if it is truly so that you don't need any programming experience to make use of the Sirius platform.

In my sample model, I should be able to define superclasses and subclasses and have them connected by a generalization edge. This generalization edge should then have only ONE label. This works as long as there is only one subclass.

Once there are multiple subclasses for one superclass, a label gets created for every subclass if I define the label under my edge style. This should not happen, only one label should be present that defines the generalization.

I have added an image of how it should look like, I hope that helps. I have also added all files which I created to create my diagram.

Thank you very much in advance.

Kind regards,
Sonny
Re: Only one label when multiple edges with same target mappings [message #1769434 is a reply to message #1769425] Mon, 31 July 2017 14:16 Go to previous message
Laurent Redor is currently offline Laurent RedorFriend
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Hi,

Unfortunately, it's not possible. In the image, there is not only one edge but several edges. For example, for Person superclass:
* One edge between Staff --> Person
* One edge between PrivateOwner --> Person
* One edge between Client --> Person

The layout, "tree layout", applied to these edge, draws a common segment to all edges but there are really 3 edges (and so 3 labels).

A solution is maybe to have a conditional style for the edges with only a label for the first sub class. I've not tested it.

Regards,


Laurent Redor - Obeo

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