Generate Robustness Diagram
When you create a scenario on an element and then generate a Robustness diagram, a Collaboration is created as a child of the selected element to act as a container for the Robustness diagram.
On a diagram or in the Browser window, click on the element and select one of these access methods to display the Scenarios view, then click on and select 'Robustness'.
Start > Application > Edit > Responsibilities > Structured Scenarios
Inspector window > Details | Right-click on 'Scenarios' | New Scenario
Inspector window > Details | Scenarios | right-click on existing scenario | Structured Scenario Editor
> Responsibilities > Structured Scenarios
On the 'Scenarios' tab of the Responsibility window, click on the against a scenario (see the Scenarios Tab - Responsibility Window Help topic)
On the 'Scenarios' tab of the element 'Properties' dialog, click on the (see the Scenarios Tab - Properties Dialog Help topic)
- All the elements involved in the scenario should be identified in the 'Context Reference' tab; that is, relationships must already exist between the scenario parent element and the other elements named in the scenario
- Any values in the 'Uses', 'Results' and 'State' columns are ignored and not represented in the diagram
- Each UI element in a step becomes a Boundary element; a Dependency relationship is created from this Boundary element to the UI element (this connector is not shown on the diagram)
- Each Actor referenced in a step is dropped into the Robustness diagram as a simple link
- Each Class referenced in a step is dropped into the Robustness diagram as a simple link, and is given the stereotype entity
- Each step with a System trigger becomes a Controller; alternate/exception path Controllers are displayed with a red background color
- Each step with a User trigger becomes the name of the Association between Controllers