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Diagramme de Classes Participantes (sur base du CdC) ( Class Diagram (UML))
Index Classse Topics Search. Start Prev 1 2 Next End 1 2. I was able to create CollaborationUse of type ServiceContract. I need to validate the way I am creating Roles of type Participants.
This is how I do it. I select the Role icon in the Palette and click in the ServiceArchitecture component which create a role.
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Then I select the role and in properties I see this property called ‘Base’ and I set this property’s value to the type I want to set.
It is wierd that I do not see a attribute with name as ‘type’ as I see for collaboration use.
Can someone please validate my steps? If you have a participant somewhere, just point on it. Create Participant Diagram and few participants there.
Create role inside the ServiceArchitecture 5. Chose type for the role from the list of Participants I created before Then I have this picture. You can use several workarounds, while they fix it: Use dependency link and add a “bind” stereotype.
It is ugly but should help you to start. Otherwise, try Modelio 1. The work around you suggested is to use a dependency link with a ‘bind’ stereotype. But when I am in the servicearchitecture I do not see a dependency link.
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Can you tell me how to add a dependency link with bind stereotype to ServiceArchitecture diagram? Link collaboration use with role with a dependency link 2.
This will add binding stereotype to the selected dependency. I followed your steps and was able to work around the issue. How do I get a UML view like you have in your snapshots? Powered by Kunena Forum.