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API Summary

The following table describes the API generated from various Umple features. This is designed as a quick reference. To find the exact API for any system that would be generated in Java, use UmpleOnline and request to generate JavaDoc output.

Summary of the API generated by Umple from attributes, associations, state machines and other features
API GENERATED IN ALL CASES                        
void delete() removes object, correctly handling cascade deletion and referential integrity
any methods in the code are emitted as-is; they are made public if this is not declared
API GENERATED FROM ATTRIBUTES                        
T is the type of the attribute (String if omitted); note that Umple builtin types such as Integer become native types such as int
z is the attribute name
Note that the API for array attributes is shown as a column in the associations table further down
Umple concept   basic initialized lazy defaulted lazy immutable immutable autounique constant internal key  
Umple notation   T z; T z = val; lazy T z; defaulted T z = val; lazy immutable T z; immutable z; autounique z const T z=val internal T z; key { z }  
Querying value                        
T getZ() return the value yes yes yes yes yes yes yes; T always int depends
boolean isZ() return true if value is true if T Boolean if T Boolean if T Boolean if T Boolean if T Boolean if T Boolean depends
boolean equals(Object) is equal to another? yes
Mutating                        
boolean setZ(T) mutates the attribute yes yes yes yes yes; true only once depends
boolean resetZ() restores original default yes
Other                        
T getDefaultZ() returns original default yes
int hashCode() Likely unique value yes
constructor args T T
initial value   constructor val val null/0/false val null/0/false constructor val or val next int static val construtor val  
API GENERATED FROM ASSOCIATIONS                      
X is the name of current class
W is the name of the class at the other end of the association; used in method names unless a role name is present; pluralization rules are applied
r is a role name used when referring to W (optional, except in reflexive associations)
Umple concept   ? To many ? To many with role optional ? To one required many directional immutable immutable optional reflexive symmetric reflexive array attribute
Umple notation    -- * W;  -- * W r;  -- 0..1 W;  -- 1 W;  -- 1..* W;  -> 1--* W; immutable 1 -> * W; immutable 1 -> 0..1 W; * -- * X r; * self r; W [] r;
Querying link(s)                        
W getW() return the W yes; W or null yes W or null
W getW(index) pick a specific linked W yes yes; getR(index) yes yes yes R and X R yes; getR(index)
List<W> getWs() ges immutable list of links yes yes; getR() yes yes yes R and Xs yes; W[] getR()
boolean hasWs() is cardinality > 0? yes yes; hasR() yes yes yes R and Xs R yes; hasR()
int indexOfW(W) look up specific W -1 if none yes yes;  … ofR(W) yes yes yes R and X R yes;  … ofR(W)
int numberOfWs() cardinality yes yes; … ofR() yes yes yes R and Xs R yes; … ofR()
Mutating                        
boolean setW(W) add a link to existing W yes if * -- or 0..1 -- never never
W addW(args) construct a new W and adds link if 1 -- * W if 1 -- * W r never never
boolean addW(W) add a link to existing W yes yes; addR(W) yes yes never never R and X R yes; addR(W)
boolean setWs(W…) add a set of links yes yes never never
boolean removeW(W) remove link to W if possible yes yes; removeR(W) yes yes never never R and Xs R yes; removeR(W)
Other                        
static int minimumNumberOfWs() multiplicity lower bound yes yes; … ofR() yes yes yes R and Xs R
static int maximumNumberOfWs() multiplicity upper bound if > 1
static int requiredNumberOfWs() fixed multiplicity if > 1
boolean isNumberOfWsValid() false if breaching constraints yes; true initially
constructor args W (W args if 1 -- 1) W … W
initial value   empty empty empty constructor val empty empty constructor val constructor val empty empty empty
API GENGERATED FROM STATE MACHINES                      
sm is the name of the state machine
Umple concept   Sm with events Enum with no events                  
enum getSm() current state for statemachine sm yes yes
String getSmFullName() current state for statemachine sm yes yes
enum getSmS2() state of substate s2 yes
boolean e() event method e (for all events) yes yes
boolean setSm(enum) set state directly yes
Substates allowed yes
initial value first state listed                      
API GENERATED FROM SINGLETON                        
static X getInstance()