[Uml-devel] [Bug 199310] New: Umbrello Generates bad attribute types from old .xmi file
ati at san.rr.com
Tue Jul 7 15:33:06 UTC 2009
Summary: Umbrello Generates bad attribute types from old .xmi
Platform: Fedora RPMs
AssignedTo: umbrello-devel at kde.org
ReportedBy: ati at san.rr.com
Version: 2.2.4 (using KDE 4.2.4)
Installed from: Fedora RPMs
I am starting up an old project after almost 2 years of inactivity. We used
Umbrello on this project.
The old Umbrello was able to read in an .xmi file and define class attributes,
lets call them -> Min Green Interval, Max Green Interval, and Yellow Interval
to types declared in a stand alone Ada95 class (System_Types). For example,
one system type, System_Types.Seconds is defined as "subtype Seconds is float
range 0.0 .. 120.0". On the class model diagram, the class attribute looks
like "+Min_Green_Interval : System_Types.Seconds".
This was good.
When reading the same .xmi file, the Umbrello UML Modeller Version 2.2.4 Using
KDE 4.2.4 gives the message “an object with the name new_class already exists
in the package Logical View. Please enter a new name”. The command history
window shows “rename objects” occurring. The attributes Min_Green_Interval,
Max_Green_Interval, and Yellow_Interval now are of new_class_13, new_class_14,
and new_class_15 types.
Overall, 28 new classes are created (new_class_1 .. new_class_28). On the
class diagram I am using there happens to be 14 attributes defined of
That is wrong.
It appears that System_Types.Seconds (or any other type defined in
system_types) is ignored. The only exception I can find is when System Types
is used in a method. The interface class, clock, has a method called
Current_Time. This procedure returns Time_Of_Day of type System_Types.Time.
It is correct on the new diagram.
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