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Tracker: ECRs Priority: Normal Type: Bug
Found: 9.0 Status: Closed Target: 10.0
OS: Windows 2000 Fixed: 10.0.0.0.46 PatchID: --
Description:
2004-06-21 11:51:34 lippert
It seems, that we can't declare use cases as
"abstract". (as I found out, this is already mentioned
in the "UML Compliance" document)

I suggest introducing an "UmlUsecaseIsAbstract"
with "True/False" semantic. If we do that, we
have to make sure, that

- usecase is drawn in italics, when abstract
- abstractness is evaluated in reports
- "abstract" property is easily accessible in
property sheet

ALREADY DONE: abstract item, font rule, "Abstract" Keyword in HTML report
TODO: UML Report: abstractness and relationships (generalization/specialization)

Please assign to me!
2005-02-14 10:39:09 lippert
Keyword 'Abstract' and name in italics for use cases and
classes.

No italics for interfaces and operations, not sure, if I should
implement this (they never were in italics). Perhaps in another
ECR?
2005-03-03 19:46:19 lippert
No HTML-escaping of element name anymore.
Hope this works in all cases (it should: Ameos forbids
most unusual names and most Browsers understand
the ISO-8895-1 character set out of the box OTHO).
2005-03-29 17:23:52 amueller

06/21/04 02:51:34 lippert
It seems, that we can't declare use cases as
"abstract". (as I found out, this is already mentioned
in the "UML Compliance" document)

I suggest introducing an "UmlUsecaseIsAbstract"
with "True/False" semantic. If we do that, we
have to make sure, that



- usecase is drawn in italics, when abstract
- abstractness is evaluated in reports
- "abstract" property is easily accessible in
property sheet

ALREADY DONE: abstract item, font rule, "Abstract" Keyword in HTML report
TODO: UML Report: abstractness and relationships (generalization/specialization)

Please assign to me!
02/14/05 01:39:09 lippert
Keyword 'Abstract' and name in italics for use cases and
classes.

No italics for interfaces and operations, not sure, if I should
implement this (they never were in italics). Perhaps in another
ECR?
03/03/05 10:46:19 lippert
No HTML-escaping of element name anymore.
Hope this works in all cases (it should: Ameos forbids
most unusual names and most Browsers understand
the ISO-8895-1 character set out of the box OTHO).
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