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org.eclipse.uml2.uml
Interface PackageImport

All Superinterfaces:
DirectedRelationship, Element, org.eclipse.emf.ecore.EModelElement, org.eclipse.emf.ecore.EObject, org.eclipse.emf.common.notify.Notifier, Relationship

public interface PackageImport
extends DirectedRelationship

A representation of the model object ' Package Import '. A package import is a relationship that allows the use of unqualified names to refer to package members from other namespaces.

The following features are supported:

See Also:
UMLPackage.getPackageImport()

Method Summary
  Package getImportedPackage ()
          Returns the value of the ' Imported Package ' reference.
  Namespace getImportingNamespace ()
          Returns the value of the ' Importing Namespace ' container reference.
  VisibilityKind getVisibility ()
          Returns the value of the ' Visibility ' attribute.
 void setImportedPackage ( Package value)
          Sets the value of the ' Imported Package' reference
 void setImportingNamespace ( Namespace value)
          Sets the value of the ' Importing Namespace' container reference
 void setVisibility ( VisibilityKind value)
          Sets the value of the ' Visibility' attribute
 boolean validatePublicOrPrivate (org.eclipse.emf.common.util.DiagnosticChain diagnostics, java.util.Map<java.lang.Object,java.lang.Object> context)
          The visibility of a PackageImport is either public or private.
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.uml2.uml. DirectedRelationship
getSources, getTargets
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.uml2.uml. Relationship
getRelatedElements
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.uml2.uml. Element
addKeyword, allOwnedElements, applyStereotype, createEAnnotation, createOwnedComment, destroy, getApplicableStereotype, getApplicableStereotypes, getAppliedStereotype, getAppliedStereotypes, getAppliedSubstereotype, getAppliedSubstereotypes, getKeywords, getModel, getNearestPackage, getOwnedComments, getOwnedElements, getOwner, getRelationships, getRelationships, getRequiredStereotype, getRequiredStereotypes, getSourceDirectedRelationships, getSourceDirectedRelationships, getStereotypeApplication, getStereotypeApplications, getTargetDirectedRelationships, getTargetDirectedRelationships, getValue, hasKeyword, hasValue, isStereotypeApplicable, isStereotypeApplied, isStereotypeRequired, mustBeOwned, removeKeyword, setValue, unapplyStereotype, validateHasOwner, validateNotOwnSelf
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.emf.ecore.EModelElement
getEAnnotation, getEAnnotations
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.emf.ecore.EObject
eAllContents, eClass, eContainer, eContainingFeature, eContainmentFeature, eContents, eCrossReferences, eGet, eGet, eIsProxy, eIsSet, eResource, eSet, eUnset
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.emf.common.notify.Notifier
eAdapters, eDeliver, eNotify, eSetDeliver
 

Method Detail

getVisibility

VisibilityKind getVisibility()
Returns the value of the ' Visibility ' attribute. The default value is "public". The literals are from the enumeration VisibilityKind. Specifies the visibility of the imported PackageableElements within the importing Namespace, i.e., whether imported elements will in turn be visible to other packages that use that importingPackage as an importedPackage. If the PackageImport is public, the imported elements will be visible outside the package, while if it is private they will not.

Returns:
the value of the 'Visibility' attribute.
See Also:
VisibilityKind, setVisibility(VisibilityKind), UMLPackage.getPackageImport_Visibility()

setVisibility

void setVisibility(
VisibilityKind value)
Sets the value of the ' Visibility' attribute.

Parameters:
value - the new value of the 'Visibility' attribute.
See Also:
VisibilityKind, getVisibility()

getImportedPackage

Package getImportedPackage()
Returns the value of the ' Imported Package ' reference.

This feature subsets the following features:

Specifies the Package whose members are imported into a Namespace.

Returns:
the value of the 'Imported Package' reference.
See Also:
setImportedPackage(Package), UMLPackage.getPackageImport_ImportedPackage()

setImportedPackage

void setImportedPackage(
Package value)
Sets the value of the ' Imported Package' reference.

Parameters:
value - the new value of the 'Imported Package' reference.
See Also:
getImportedPackage()

getImportingNamespace

Namespace getImportingNamespace()
Returns the value of the ' Importing Namespace ' container reference. It is bidirectional and its opposite is ' Package Import'.

This feature subsets the following features:

Specifies the Namespace that imports the members from a Package.

Returns:
the value of the 'Importing Namespace' container reference.
See Also:
setImportingNamespace(Namespace), UMLPackage.getPackageImport_ImportingNamespace(), Namespace.getPackageImports()

setImportingNamespace

void setImportingNamespace(
Namespace value)
Sets the value of the ' Importing Namespace' container reference.

Parameters:
value - the new value of the 'Importing Namespace' container reference.
See Also:
getImportingNamespace()

validatePublicOrPrivate

boolean validatePublicOrPrivate(org.eclipse.emf.common.util.DiagnosticChain diagnostics,
                                java.util.Map<java.lang.Object,java.lang.Object> context)
The visibility of a PackageImport is either public or private. self.visibility = #public or self.visibility = #private

Parameters:
diagnostics - The chain of diagnostics to which problems are to be appended.
context - The cache of context-specific information.

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