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Interrupt Flow

UML Activity diagram showing control flow being transferred from an Activity to an Exception Handler via an Interrupt Flow.

Description

The Interrupt Flow is a connection used to define the two UML concepts of connectors for Exception Handler and Interruptible Activity Region. An Interrupt Flow is a type of activity edge. It is typically used in an Activity diagram, modeling an active transition.

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Interrupt Flow connector

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OMG UML Specification:

The OMG Unified Modeling Language specification, (v2.5.1, p.375) states:

An ActivityEdge is a directed connection between two ActivityNodes along which tokens may flow, from the source ActivityNode to the target ActivityNode..