LinkEnd
End point of a Link.
A LinkEnd is the part of a Link that connects to an Instance. It corresponds to an AssociationEnd of an Association. In UML 2.0, LinkEnds are implemented as slots. A LinkEnd belongs to a Link.
: LinkEnd (architecture_autodiagram)
Figure 220 : LinkEnd (architecture_autodiagram)
IsOrderedIsUniqueMultiplicityMaxMultiplicityMinNavigabilityLinkEndUmlModelElementInstanceLinkInformationFlowAssociationEndRequiredInterfaceProvidedInterfaceConnectorEnd
Attribute
Description
boolean IsOrdered [1..1]
Determines if this LinkEnd is ordered.
boolean IsUnique [1..1]
Determines if this LinkEnd is unique.
string MultiplicityMax [1..1]
Maximum value of the Link's multiplicity.
string MultiplicityMin [1..1]
Minimum value of the Link's multiplicity. When placed on a target end, the multiplicity specifies the number of target instances that may be associated with a single source instance across the given Link.
Navigability Navigability [1..1]
Association
Description
Link : Link [0..1]
Target : Instance [0..1]
OppositeOwner : LinkEnd [1..1]
RealizedInformationFlow : InformationFlow [0..*]
Model : AssociationEnd [0..1]
The LinkEnd is an occurrence of this AssociationEnd.
Consumer : RequiredInterface [0..1]
Used for Connectors between Ports to designate the RequiredInterface(s) set the LinkEnd is connected to.
Opposite : LinkEnd [1..1]
Source : Instance [1..1]
Provider : ProvidedInterface [0..1]
Used for Connectors between Ports to designate the ProvidedInterface(s) set the LinkEnd is connected to.