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Posted: Mar 31, 2015Thank you, this helped me a lot. Now I understand better how it works.
But still, i cannot manage to make appear the requirements in the diagram. When I drag and drop them from the tool palette to the diagram, it only creates them in the analyst project...
Posted: Mar 31, 2015To obtain the AnalystProject:
To create a Requirement:
In this example, I created a RequirementContainer but the RequirementContainer should be retrieved in other way. To create a Dictionary, it's the same principle.
Posted: Mar 31, 2015I will also be very grateful if someone could share the complete code for creating a requirement/dictionary
Posted: Mar 30, 2015Ok, now I understand it a bit better. With which method can I obtain the AnalystProject opened in my session?
Would it be possible to create my own requirement for an uml (IUmlModel) project? How could I do it?
Is it possible to modify for example a "Class" with an stereotype to add a text field, or my own customized fields? I attach an image to illustrate what I am writing about...
Posted: Mar 30, 2015Actually, requirements elements can only be created on an Analyst model. On this page: RequirementContainer metamodel we can see that a RequirementContainer can have a RequirementContainer or an AnalystProject as parent.
A project always contains an AnalystProject...