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UML Profile for CORBA — Open Issues

  • Acronym: CORP
  • Issues Count: 1
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CORP-1 Section: 3.5.19 - 3.5.20 CORP 1.0b1 open

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Section: 3.5.19 - 3.5.20

  • Key: CORP-1
  • Legacy Issue Number: 8754
  • Status: open  
  • Source: General Motors ( Davis Ford)
  • Summary:

    in UML Profile for CORBA, where it describes the UML notation examples for mapping of CORBA sequences/arrays...there is some significant confusion on my part with respect to the notation examples given. See Figure 3-27 for an example. In this figure the class stereotyped as <<CORBAAnonymousSequence>> has a composition association with a class stereotyped as <<CORBAPrimitive>>. The latter class has the following text appearing in the name compartment: "CORBA::short". I am bewildered at how the type can be represented in the name compartment of the class. I am trying to use a tool to auto-generate IDL from UML, and have no way to represent this, and I am unsure if this is even valid as per the UML specification. Is this legal, or is necessary to have an attribute that is of type CORBA::short in the attribute compartment?

  • Reported: CORP 1.0b1 — Mon, 2 May 2005 04:00 GMT
  • Updated: Mon, 9 Mar 2015 00:40 GMT