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  • Overview
  • How to proceed?
  • Creating a component diagram
  • Creating a module specification
  • Creating a generic module specification
  • Creating a module body
  • Creating a specification and a module body
  • Creating a generic specification and a module body
  • Creating a task specification
  • Creating a task body
  • Creating a main program
  • Creating a sub-program specification
  • Creating a sub-program body
  • Creating a dependency
  • Creating a package
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Operations performed on a component diagram
How to proceed?

Creating a component diagram

To create a component diagram:
  1. Click among the quick access buttons.
    • The element creation window appears: click "Architecture" then "UML".
    • The wizard for creating a UML model starts.
  2. Select "Component diagram".
  3. Specify the UML model into which the diagram will be inserted.
  4. Choose to edit the diagram directly.
  5. Validate the creation of the component diagram. The created model becomes the current model.

Creating a module specification

To create a module specification:
  1. On the "Component diagram" pane, in the "Creation" group, click "Module specification". A new module specification appears in the UML model.
  2. Select "Description" from the popup menu (right mouse click) of the new module specification. The specification window is displayed.
  3. Specify:
    • the type of the module specification.
    • the name of the module specification. This name is displayed in the UML editor.
  4. Validate the description of the module specification.

Creating a generic module specification

To create a generic module specification:
  1. On the "Component diagram" pane, in the "Creation" group, click "Generic module specification". A new generic module specification appears in the UML model.
  2. Select "Description" from the popup menu (right mouse click) of the new generic module specification. The specification window is displayed.
  3. Specify:
    • the type of the generic module specification.
    • the name of the generic module specification. This name is displayed in the UML editor.
  4. Validate the description of the generic module specification.

Creating a module body

To create a module body:
  1. Under "Component diagram", in the group "Creation", click on "Module body".. A new module body appears in the UML model.
  2. Select "Description" from the popup menu (right mouse click) of new module body. The specification window is displayed.
  3. Specify:
    • the type of the module body.
    • the name of the module body. This name is displayed in the UML editor.
  4. Validate the description of the module body.

Creating a specification and a module body

To create a module specification and body:
  1. Under "Component diagram", in the group "Creation", click on "Module specification and body".. A specification and a module body appear in the UML model.
  2. Select "Description" from the popup menu (right mouse click) of the specification and module body. The specification window is displayed.
  3. Specify:
    • the type of the specification and module body.
    • the name of the specification and module body. This name is displayed in the UML editor.
  4. Validate the description.

Creating a generic specification and a module body

To create a generic specification and a module body:
  1. Under "Component diagram", in the group "Creation", click on "Generic module specification and body".. A generic specification and a module body appear in the UML model.
  2. Select "Description" from the popup menu (right mouse click) of the generic specification and module body. The specification window is displayed.
  3. Specify:
    • the type of the generic specification and module body.
    • the name of the generic specification and module body. This name is displayed in the UML editor.
  4. Validate the description.

Creating a task specification

To create a task specification:
  1. On the "Component diagram" pane, in the "Creation" group, click "Task specification". A new task specification appears in the UML model.
  2. Select "Description" from the popup menu (right mouse click) of the new task specification. The specification window is displayed.
  3. Specify:
    • the type of the task specification.
    • the name of the task specification. This name is displayed in the UML editor.
  4. Validate the description of the task specification.

Creating a task body

To create a task body:
  1. On the "Component diagram" pane, in the "Creation" group, click "Task body". A new task body appears in the UML model.
  2. Select "Description" from the popup menu (right mouse click) of the new task body. The specification window is displayed.
  3. Specify:
    • the type of the task body.
    • the name of the task body. This name is displayed in the UML editor.
  4. Validate the description of the task body.

Creating a main program

To create a main program:
  1. Under "Component diagram", in the group "Creation", click on "Main program".. A new main program appears in the UML model.
  2. Select "Description" from the popup menu (right mouse click) of the new main program. The specification window is displayed.
  3. Specify:
    • the type of the main program.
    • the name of the main program. This name is displayed in the UML editor.
  4. Validate the description of the main program.

Creating a sub-program specification

To create a sub-program specification:
  1. Under "Component diagram", in the group "Creation", click on "Subprogram specification".. A new sub-program specification appears in the UML model.
  2. Select "Description" from the popup menu (right mouse click) of th new sub-program specification. The specification window is displayed.
  3. Specify:
    • the type of the sub-program specification.
    • the name of the sub-program specification. This name is displayed in the UML editor.
  4. Validate the description of the sub-program specification.

Creating a sub-program body

To create a sub-program body:
  1. Under "Component diagram", in the group "Creation", click on "Subprogram body".. A new sub-program body appears in the UML model.
  2. Select "Description" from the popup menu (right mouse click) of the new sub-program body. The specification window is displayed.
  3. Specify:
    • the type of the sub-program body.
    • the name of the sub-program body. This name is displayed in the UML editor.
  4. Validate the description of the sub-program body.

Creating a dependency

To create a dependency:
  1. Under "Component diagram", in the "Creation" group, click on "Dependency".
  2. Select the different elements to link. The wizard for creating a dependency starts.
  3. Specify:
    • the dependency between the two linked elements.
    • the name of the dependency. This name is displayed in the UML editor.
  4. Validate the description of the dependency.

Creating a package

To create a package:
  1. Under "Component diagram", in the group "Creation", click on "Package".. A new package appears in the UML model.
  2. Select "Description" from the popup menu (right mouse click) of the new package. The window for specifying the package is displayed.
  3. Specify:
    • the name of the package. This name is displayed in the package in the UML editor.
    • the caption of the package describing the purpose of the package.
    • the relations of the package.
  4. Validate the description of the package.
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  • Version 9
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