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== Introduction ==
Introduction
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UML Profiles provide a generic extension mechanism for building UML models in particular domains. They are based on additional Stereotypes and Tagged values that are applied to Elements, Attributes, Methods, Links, Link Ends and more. A profile is a collection of such extensions that together describe some particular modeling problem and facilitate modeling constructs in that domain.
 
UML Profiles provide a generic extension mechanism for building UML models in particular domains. They are based on additional Stereotypes and Tagged values that are applied to Elements, Attributes, Methods, Links, Link Ends and more. A profile is a collection of such extensions that together describe some particular modeling problem and facilitate modeling constructs in that domain.
Using Profiles Workflow
 
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Create Profile Definition Diagram
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== Summary==
Define Profile
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Here is the workflow of creating and using UML profile:
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[[Image:UsingProfile.gif]]
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== Create Profile Definition Diagram ==
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== Define Profile ==
  
Apply Profile
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== Apply Profile ==
Apply Stereotype
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== Apply Stereotype ==

Revision as of 09:28, 16 October 2008

Introduction

UML Profiles provide a generic extension mechanism for building UML models in particular domains. They are based on additional Stereotypes and Tagged values that are applied to Elements, Attributes, Methods, Links, Link Ends and more. A profile is a collection of such extensions that together describe some particular modeling problem and facilitate modeling constructs in that domain.

Summary

Here is the workflow of creating and using UML profile: UsingProfile.gif

Create Profile Definition Diagram

Define Profile

Apply Profile

Apply Stereotype