Quick Linker Object Names

When you create a Quick Linker definition file, you use a range of base element and connector types to identify the:

Source element type (column A)
Target element type (column C)
New element type (column F) and
New link type (column H)

 
These are then qualified by the stereotypes you specify in the definition. The base element and connector types you can use are listed below.

Element Types

Action

ActionPin

Activity

ActivityParameter

ActivityPartition

Actor

Artifact

Boundary

CentralBufferNode

Change

ChoiceState

Class

Collaboration

Component

DataType

Decision

DeepHistoryState

Deployment Specification

Device

DiagramGate

EntryPoint

EntryState

ExecutionEnvironment

ExitPoint

ExitState

ExpansionNode

ExpansionRegion

Feature

FinalActivity

GUIElement

HistoryState

InformationItem

InitialActivity

InitialState

InteractionOccurrence

Interface

Issue

InterruptableActivityRegion

JunctionState

MergeNode

MessageEndpoint

n-ary Association

Node

Object

ObjectNode

Package

Part

Port

PrimitiveType

ProvidedInterface

Receive

RequiredInterface

Requirement

Screen

Send

Sequence

Signal

State

StateLifeline

StateMachine

Synchronization_H

Synchronization_V

SynchState

UMLDiagram

UseCase

ValueLifeline

 

Connector Types

Abstraction

Aggregation

Association

AssociationClass

CommunicationPath

Composition

ConnectorLink

ControlFlow

DelegateLink

Dependency

Deployment

Extension

Generalization

InformationFlow

InterfaceLink

Manifest

Nesting

ObjectFlow

PackageImport

PackageMerge

Realization

Redefinition

Sequence

StateFlow

Substitution

TemplateBinding

UCExtends

UCIncludes

Usage

UseCase