Objectory-style representation

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Objectory-style representation

Postby Robert Claeson » Sun Feb 18, 2001 7:22 am

Rose has the ability to select how classes and the like should be
represented in three different modes. MD 4.0 implements two of them.

1. As UML classes without stereotype icons
2. As UML classes *with* stereotype icons (the default in MD 4.0)
3. As just stereotype icons (i.e. Objectory symbols) for boundary, control
and entities.

I'm missing the third option as it can make analysis classes stand out.

/Robert



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Re: Objectory-style representation

Postby Andrew McVeigh » Sun Feb 18, 2001 3:01 pm

To just see just the stereotype, right click on the class and by navigating
throught the "presentation options" menu, turn "suppress attributes",
"suppress operations" and "show stereotype" on. You should now see a
graphical representation of the stereotype only...

This is slightly different from Rose, which allows the viewing of the
stereotype, and methods and/or operations, without the class box around
everything. That's quite a nice feature.

Cheers,
Andrew McVeigh
London, UK


"Robert Claeson" <robert.claeson> wrote in message
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> Rose has the ability to select how classes and the like should be
> represented in three different modes. MD 4.0 implements two of them.
>
> 1. As UML classes without stereotype icons
> 2. As UML classes *with* stereotype icons (the default in MD 4.0)
> 3. As just stereotype icons (i.e. Objectory symbols) for boundary, control
> and entities.
>
> I'm missing the third option as it can make analysis classes stand out.
>
> /Robert
>
>
>


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Re: Objectory-style representation

Postby Robert Claeson » Mon Feb 19, 2001 4:38 pm

"Andrew McVeigh" <andrewmcveigh>:

> To just see just the stereotype, right click on the class and by
navigating
> throught the "presentation options" menu, turn "suppress attributes",
> "suppress operations" and "show stereotype" on. You should now see a
> graphical representation of the stereotype only...

Yup, I just figured.

> This is slightly different from Rose, which allows the viewing of the
> stereotype, and methods and/or operations, without the class box around
> everything. That's quite a nice feature.

Yes, that's what I'm looking for.

/Robert



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