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new to sysml: package? [message #1553154] Thu, 08 January 2015 14:34 Go to next message
Sophia Tsasakou is currently offline Sophia TsasakouFriend
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Hi all,
I am new to Sysml and Papyrus and have been trying to recreate diagrams from the spec with difficulties.
Is there a way to create a package that contains a bdd? how do you define the diagram frame header?
Many thanks,
Re: new to sysml: package? [message #1553262 is a reply to message #1553154] Thu, 08 January 2015 15:54 Go to previous message
Charles Rivet is currently offline Charles RivetFriend
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Hi Sofia,

You certainly can create a BDD in a package. Simply create a package in the model explorer and then created a BDD in that package. Personally, I always create a package diagram as part of the Papyrus project creation so I can immediately think about the model's structure and stay in a diagrams as much as possible from that point on.

Although I have not tried to reproduce the spec's diagrams, I have thus far, been able to reproduce about half of the diagrams from "A Practical Guide to SysML" (I haven't tried all of them yet...).

As you may have noticed, not all the SysML diagrams have a frame associated with them. There is already a bug entered in bugzilla to deal with that: If this is important to you, you can join the cc list to get progress announcement and even vote for it if you have votes left.


/Charles Rivet
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