file Using-Installing SysML

5 years 4 months ago #2353 by rayj
I would like to use the SysML module. I just installed version 3.1, the up-to-date SysML module shows up in the library.

I do not see any SysML specific model elements in the GUI. I did see a SysML tab. It had no content. I anadvertantly removed the tab and I haven't figured out how to bring it back.

Instructions on the web for using the SysML module suggest that it must be invoked for each project. I have not been able to find any directions that have the same menus that I have.

Please suggest how I can get SysML functional on version 3.1.

ray

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5 years 3 months ago #2379 by rayj
Version 3.1

Before starting, you need to install the SysML Architect module which provides all functionalities for modeling with SysML.

To install the module:
1. Open (or create) a project
2. On the main menu, select 'Configuration'
3. On the configuration menu, select 'Modules'
4. Click on the 'Open modules catalogue' icon (four quadrant arrows on lower right of table)
5. Double click on 'SysMLArchitect 3.1.01'
6. Close the configuration window.

To use a diagram:
7. Right click on the project folder, either
a. Select 'Create Diagram | diagram creation wizard
or
b. Select 'SysML Architect | SysML diagram | [select a diagram type]

In this test, 'Package diagram' was selected.

Both methods produce the same, following results,
none of the links under 'Package' are functional
all the links under 'Imports links' are functional
Under 'common':
'conform' is not functional
'allocation' is functional
'dependency' is functional
'traceability' is functional
'related diagram link' is functional

In this test, activity diagram was selected:
Method 'a' produced a structured model element with 'local' and 'activity diagram'.
Method 'b' produced the same.

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5 years 3 months ago #2413 by ebr
Hi again Rayj :P,

Concerning conform link, it can only be created from a View to a View point.

Regards,

EBR

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