Re: enumeration in OCL



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Jos Warmer (J.Warmer@klasse.nl)
Mon, 14 Feb 2000 08:49:00 +0100


Hi Dino, Enumerations are being redesigned in the UML metamodel. This will directly influence the definition of enumerations in OCL. In fact, the redesign in the UML metamodel was initiated because of OCL enumeration issues. In any case, an enumeration is not a basic type, it is a model type: i.e. it is defined in a UML model. And yoiu can have collections of enumeration values. This will not change in OCL. Jos At 04:53 PM 13-02-00 +0100, Dino Distefano wrote: >hi, I've a question on the type "enumeration" in OCL. >It is not clear to me if it is considered a basic type (line int, bool etc) >or not. >In particular, is it possible to have collection (set, bags, sequences) of >enumeration? > >thanks, > >Dino Distefano > > > >To remove yourself from this list please mail puml-list-request@cs.york.ac.uk >with a message containing the word "unsubscribe". > > > > _____________________________________________________ Klasse Objecten tel : +31 (0)35 6037646 Chalonhof 153 fax : +31 (0)35 6037647 3762 CT Soest email : J.Warmer@klasse.nl The Netherlands internet: http://www.klasse.nl


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