Attributes Dialog - Detail

This topic describes the fields and options of the Detail page of the Attributes dialog.

Reference

Field

Action

See also

Multiplicity

 

Lower bound

Define a lower limit to the number of elements allowed in the collection.

 

 

Upper bound

Define an upper limit to the number of elements allowed in the collection.

 

 

Allow Duplicates

Indicate that duplicates are allowed.

This field maps to the UML property isUnique, with a value FALSE.

 

 

Ordered Multiplicity

Indicate that the collection is ordered.

 

 

 

Redefined Property

Review the redefined properties for the attribute.

You can add redefined properties by clicking on the Add button to display the Select Property dialog.

 

 

Select Property dialog

Subsetted Property

Review the subsetted properties for the attribute.

You can add subsetted properties by clicking on the Add button to display the Select Property dialog.

 

Collection

 

Attribute is a Collection

Indicate that the attribute is a collection (array), so that it can contain multiple concurrent values rather than a single value.

 

 

Container Type

Enter the name of the container type.

 

 

Other

 

Transient

(For Java code) indicate that the attribute can change regardless of what the code is performing.

 

 

Derived

Indicate that the attribute is derived from one or more other attributes; for example, full name can be derived from the last name and first name attributes.

 

 

isID

When selected (true), enables the attribute to be used to uniquely identify an instance of the containing Class.

Defaults to unselected (false).

 

 

Qualifiers

Click on this button to add Qualifiers to the attribute.

The Qualifiers dialog displays.

 

Qualifiers

Qualifiers dialog

Save

Click on this button to save changes to this page.