An organization chart is a diagram that visualizes the formal structure of an organization as well as the relationships and relative ranks of its positions. However, it is hard to tell which unit indicates a person and which unit represents a person’s position. With VP-UML, you are able to distinguish each unit through the application of stereotypes. This article will teach you how to define stereotypes in organization chart.
With VP-UML, you are able to show model elements in various diagrams to fit into different contexts. Two ways are provided to assist you in reusing model elements in different diagrams. This article will teach you firstly dragging and dropping from the tree to the diagram, secondly copying and pasting between diagrams and finally showing views.
When a few entities are subgrouped under a particular entity in an entity type, it means those entities share common attributes or relationships.
Majority of products in the market though allow users to create multiple messages which results in confusion with multiple arrows on a message link. What even worse is that you find it hard to delete a specific message among various messages. With VP-UML, you can not only combine numerous messages into a combined message with just one arrow, but also delete a specific message of the combined message instead of all messages.
Web Application UI is an easy-to-use screen mockup tool which can help you to develop the prototype of your user interface with few clicks. Since most common UI elements are handy, you can speed up the creation of user interface. Moreover, with resource centric interface, you can add a note for your UI elements to provide references.
An association class, which is essentially a class attached to an association, is used to model an association as a UML class. It has its own name, attributes operations, just like any other ordinary class. However, it is described by additional attributes which does not belong to the objects involved in the association. For example, an Enrollment class is added to hold the attribute year between Student class and Course class, but it does not belong to either Student class or Course class.