UModelAPI - IUMLGuiSeparatedNodeLink2D

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UModelAPI - IUMLGuiSeparatedNodeLink2D

Interface IUMLGuiSeparatedNodeLink2D

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This node link represents a graphical object on a UModel diagram which can be separated into parts by one or more horizontal or vertical lines, but in contrast to IUMLGuiSeparatedNodeLink, the node can be subdivided vertically and horizontally at the same time. For each vertical or horizontal separation line, the position of the separator is stored in this node.

This node type is used for example by ActivityPartitions.

 

Operation IUMLGuiSeparatedNodeLink2D::GetHSeparatorPosition

parameter

name

direction

type

type modifier

multiplicity

default

nIdx

in

int

 

 

 

return

return

int

 

 

 

 

Operation IUMLGuiSeparatedNodeLink2D::GetVSeparatorPosition

parameter

name

direction

type

type modifier

multiplicity

default

nIdx

in

int

 

 

 

return

return

int

 

 

 

 

Operation IUMLGuiSeparatedNodeLink2D::HSeparatorCount

parameter

name

direction

type

type modifier

multiplicity

default

return

return

int

 

 

 

 

Operation IUMLGuiSeparatedNodeLink2D::SetHSeparatorPosition

parameter

name

direction

type

type modifier

multiplicity

default

nIdx

in

int

 

 

 

nPosition

in

int

 

 

 

return

return

void

 

 

 

 

Operation IUMLGuiSeparatedNodeLink2D::SetVSeparatorPosition

parameter

name

direction

type

type modifier

multiplicity

default

nIdx

in

int

 

 

 

nPosition

in

int

 

 

 

return

return

void

 

 

 

 

Operation IUMLGuiSeparatedNodeLink2D::VSeparatorCount

parameter

name

direction

type

type modifier

multiplicity

default

return

return

int

 

 

 

 

 

 

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