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Messages - gluzm

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General Board / Re: How to depict other dependencies in UML
« on: May 21, 2004, 04:32:08 am »
Yes thank you, I was thinking that this must be solved by stereotypes.

But then <<returns>> sounds for me also not unambiguously, instance <<returns>> instance (when not static class) so then it will be suitable in object model, but for classes it is misleading.

Actually I can not imagine such code example except static class, my opinion it is not good approach to return something without keeping a reference to it. This is against destruction handling.

But what stereotype to use if the class is instantiated in the method scope?

Jan

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General Board / Re: How to depict other dependencies in UML
« on: May 19, 2004, 01:29:01 am »
Actually what is interesting is that EA did not recognized the composition. I have to change it.
Jan

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General Board / Re: How to depict other dependencies in UML
« on: May 19, 2004, 01:26:24 am »
Yes the ressult is presented in the diagram
Jan

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General Board / How to depict other dependencies in UML
« on: May 18, 2004, 11:26:42 am »
Hi,

I created four examples of code and UML model to it.

OwnerEx1 – association
OwnerEx2 – composition

But how to depict the dependencies for the last 2 examples
OwnerEx1 and OwnerEx2

Thanks
Jan
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namespace UML
{
     /// <summary>
     /// asociation
     /// </summary>
     public class OwnerEx1
     {
           private Owned _owned;
           public OwnerEx1(UML.Owned owned)
           {
                 _owned = owned;
                 
           }
     }
     /// <summary>
     /// composition
     /// </summary>
     public class OwnerEx2
     {
           private Owned _owned;
           public OwnerEx2()
           {
                 _owned = new UML.Owned();
                 
           }
     }
     /// <summary>
     /// ???
     /// </summary>
     public class OwnerEx3
     {
           public OwnerEx3()
           {
                 UML.Owned owned;
                 owned = new UML.Owned();
                 
           }
     }
     /// <summary>
     /// ???
     /// </summary>
     public class OwnerEx4
     {
           public UML.Owned GetOwned()
           {
                 return new UML.Owned();
           }
     }
     public class Owned
     {            

     }
}


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General Board / Re: Analysis -> Design
« on: October 07, 2003, 02:38:47 pm »
Hi,

the reason to keep my design model, is that it describes the pure Bussines tier. The next design modifications depreciate the pure model.
The conlusions of your responses:

All of you have analysis model.. hura

*- some of you redo it to the design model (the analysis is lost) good EA performance

* - some store it in new file (analysis model is not lost, EA performance is good, but there is need of good file versioning, and sharing of the work)

* - the others store each model type in separate package (analysis is not lost, code sharing is easz, but EA performance is very bad, this is usable only for small projects, the work is more package and items sorting then analysis)

All this I know before I posted this question. But what is the best way?

Thank's
Jan

21
General Board / Analysis -> Design
« on: September 16, 2003, 11:07:20 am »
Hi,

how to solve this problem.

First I draw the analysis diagrams, (to remember the clear system) then I wish to draw the design diagrams, where are some analysis elements reduced and are some new implementation specific elements.

First I come to the Idea, to use for analysis and design projects two files.

Then i found is better to have all in one project file each in separate package, but there is a lot of elements handling to do this, and the performance of EA is decrased.

What is the most used Idea?

Thank's
Jan Hornych

22
Bugs and Issues / Re: Is this a bug in Shape Script?
« on: November 20, 2007, 05:33:25 am »
From sparxsupport

Hello Jan,

Thanks for the note.

We have logged the following issue which should hopefully be fixed in a future release of EA:

Issue ID: 07111436

If you have any further questions please let us know.

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Bugs and Issues / Is this a bug in Shape Script?
« on: October 01, 2007, 08:49:26 am »
Hi all,

I was just playing with this shape script


shape main
{
   h_align = "center";
   v_align = "center";
   drawnativeshape();
   addsubshape("custom",100,100);    

 shape custom
 {
     setfillcolor(255,0,0);
     startpath();
     rectangle(0,0,100,100);
     roundrect(5,5,95,95,15,15);
     endpath();
     fillandstrokepath();
}
}


but it has this weird result.



Is this a bug?

Thanks
Jan

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Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / Generate Referenced Digrams
« on: April 11, 2006, 06:22:55 am »
Hi all,

I am struggling to put together a template design for Requirements Specification. So far I am able to display all the requirements, which is not big improvement to the original template &#61514;

However my goal is to attach on the end of the Specification some diagrams as well.
These diagrams are not in the Requirements package but are there as referenced diagrams. “Pick up a diagram and move it over another diagram in the small pop up select Diagram Reference”.

These diagrams are then nicely displayed as any other element in the package, with yellow fragment icon, however if I try to generate the documentation they do not end up on the report.

Does anybody know? Or how are others maintaining the referenced items?

Thank you
Jan

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