stereotypes for providing adittional behaviour
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Posted By:   Guadalupe_Ortiz
Posted On:   Thursday, January 5, 2006 07:51 AM

I have got three different questions: *I want to create an stereotype which extends an operation behaviour. In this sense I create an sterotype, called xx, which extends the operation metaclass. When I want to use it I just add the lable < > before the operation name. I wondered if it is "legal" in uml to add, as chacrteristic of the sterotype one or more attributes and operations [I mean into the profile where I define the stereotype], then this attributes and operations would be specified to the particular stereotype by using a note. * On the other hand, if I define a stereotype called for an operation, can I have different instances of this stereotype qith different names?, How would they ap   More>>

I have got three different questions:
*I want to create an stereotype which extends an operation behaviour. In this sense I create an sterotype, called xx, which extends the operation metaclass.

When I want to use it I just add the lable < > before the operation name.

I wondered if it is "legal" in uml to add, as chacrteristic of the sterotype one or more attributes and operations [I mean into the profile where I define the stereotype], then this attributes and operations would be specified to the particular stereotype by using a note.

* On the other hand, if I define a stereotype called for an operation, can I have different instances of this stereotype qith different names?, How would they apper in the final model, something like < >operation?

* My last question is if i have an abstract stereotype can I specify a new generalization for this sterotype in a model and then use the new stereotype (children) in order to apply to an element in the model.

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