Source: Thematix Partners LLC ( James Rhyne)
This issue arises from the resolution of
BACM-45and BACM-43. Taken together these proposals create an interpretation of the BACM model elements that does not syntactically distinguish elements representing sets from elements representing individuals. Rather, it represents individuals by an OCL constraint that allows only a single model element to have a given metaclass. This solution works for the only case in the current BACM spec, but does not resolve the underlying issue of the inability to represent individuals and make assertions about them.
Reported: BACM 1.0a1 — Thu, 8 Dec 2022 21:14 GMT
Updated: Wed, 11 Jan 2023 00:47 GMT
BACM — The BACM metamodel does not have a domain of individuals
- Key: BACM-68
- OMG Task Force: Business Architecture Core Metamodel (BACM) 1.0 FTF