Reply To:

This tutorial shows how to model relationship between two elements of two diagrams. There are used packages and each package has assigned a diagram. It is a special case.

However, the same principle can be used also without packages. You can have two diagrams and you can create another diagram, where you drag elements from both diagrams and model relationships between these elements. In other words, you can create a part of entire model in one diagram, another part in second diagram and then you can model some relationships between elements from first and second diagram in the third diagram.

The whole model, elements and relationships are stored independently from diagrams. Each diagram shows another part of this whole model. Mostly each element is used only in a single diagram. However, the design of Software Ideas Modeler allows you to create more complex models and create diagrams with reused elements.

Maybe I could prepare another tutorial which will explain this topic more in depth.

Dusan Rodina - 23 March 2014 21:33:37

New Comment

You can use these formatting tags: [b]bold[/b] [i]italic[/i] [u]underline[/u] [url][/url] [code]some code[/code] [quote]quoted text[/quote] [list]one list item per line[/list]