Source: me.com ( Thomas Kilian)
There does not seem to be any kind of specification where exactly a connector should end. I.e. on the border of an element, some way inside the element or a bit way off. Obviously the specification itself attaches all connectors exactly on the border of elements. This should be rectified.
In a tool like Enterprise Architect that's true for most of the cases. However, for rounded elements EA still uses a rectangular frame where connectors attach so for UseCase bubbles connectors can end a bit offset. Further they have a special feature to link attributes which intrudes the connector with a small open rectangle into the element.
Reported: UML 2.5 — Thu, 5 Oct 2017 12:33 GMT
Updated: Tue, 17 Oct 2017 14:25 GMT
UMLR — Attachment point of connectors not specified
- Key: UMLR-744
- OMG Task Force: UML 2.6 RTF