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Re: [] Architecture Framework conversion

For Activity, SysML defines the following specificities:



My proposal w.r.t. these specific model elements is following:

-          For ControlOperator, we could add two new tool in the palette: {“Behavior Control Operator” and “Operation Control Operator”} or {“Control Operator (as Behavior)” and “Control Operator (as Operation)}”

-          For other, we shall provide specific property page enabling to apply/unapply the respective stereotypes:

o   E.g., for Parameter: check boxes for Optional, and toggle bow for either Continuous Rate or Discrete Rate with the possibility the set the value of the property rate.









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De : [] De la part de MAGGI Benoit
Envoyé : mercredi 19 juillet 2017 10:09
À : Papyrus Project list <>
Objet : [PROVENANCE INTERNET] [] Architecture Framework conversion




We want to use a « duplicated » representationkind of Activity diagram in SysML

(more information here [1])


The goal is also to keep a working diagram in both context.

So palette (for example) should be present in UML and SysML 1.4 (after the context switch)



-          the way to go seems to be conversion command (cd doc [2]) but it’s unidirectional

o   So I can provide the UML->SysML 1.4 conversion

o   Is there a way to provide the way back (without changing code in Papyrus core)?

§  (One solution seems to code the conversion in UML Architecture but this won’t be available in an “external” DSML)

-          Is there an example of IModelConversionCommand ?





1 :

2 : a conversion command (converts a model to this framework),



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