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Posted: Sep 26, 2014Ahh... I wasn't aware of any best practice recommendations around this. I thought both the approaches are equally usable in all scenarios.
I will go with the second approach, rather than disable the warnings.
Thank you very much for the information.
Posted: Sep 26, 2014Hi Aurelije,
So you said that only few of your direct subclasses was unmasked by the command?
If it is right could you give us your project, or a scenario to reproduce this behavior because it seems to be an issue and we are not able to reproduce it...
Posted: Sep 26, 2014Of course, you can ignore the warning or even configure Modelio to unable this warning.
The reason of these warning are the following.
Let's imagine that you want to represent the fact that a class "C" has a property "p" typed by an type "T" you have two ways of doing this...
Posted: Sep 26, 2014Hi,
I see two reasons for our errors:
- a wrong path to your JDK
- a wrong classpath
So to configure the path to your JDK, please take a look at the "Directories" set of parameters and check if the specified path is correct...
Posted: Sep 25, 2014I have a similar use case to Marco's in that I start out with a Overview diagram and within packages I, as the project matures, want to diagram from a different viewpoint. I created main, main.test, and model packages. From the overview it is enough to include the packages and interfaces and limited implementation classes just to get the idea communicated...