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org.eclipse.uml2.uml
Enum PseudostateKind

java.lang.Object
  extended by java.lang.Enum<
PseudostateKind>
      extended by 
org.eclipse.uml2.uml.PseudostateKind
All Implemented Interfaces:
java.io.Serializable, java.lang.Comparable< PseudostateKind>, org.eclipse.emf.common.util.Enumerator

public enum PseudostateKind
extends java.lang.Enum< PseudostateKind>
implements org.eclipse.emf.common.util.Enumerator

A representation of the literals of the enumeration ' Pseudostate Kind ', and utility methods for working with them. PseudostateKind is an enumeration type.

See Also:
UMLPackage.getPseudostateKind()

Enum Constant Summary
CHOICE_LITERAL
          The ' Choice ' literal object
DEEP_HISTORY_LITERAL
          The ' Deep History ' literal object
ENTRY_POINT_LITERAL
          The ' Entry Point ' literal object
EXIT_POINT_LITERAL
          The ' Exit Point ' literal object
FORK_LITERAL
          The ' Fork ' literal object
INITIAL_LITERAL
          The ' Initial ' literal object
JOIN_LITERAL
          The ' Join ' literal object
JUNCTION_LITERAL
          The ' Junction ' literal object
SHALLOW_HISTORY_LITERAL
          The ' Shallow History ' literal object
TERMINATE_LITERAL
          The ' Terminate ' literal object
 
Field Summary
static int CHOICE
          The ' Choice ' literal value
static int DEEP_HISTORY
          The ' Deep History ' literal value
static int ENTRY_POINT
          The ' Entry Point ' literal value
static int EXIT_POINT
          The ' Exit Point ' literal value
static int FORK
          The ' Fork ' literal value
static int INITIAL
          The ' Initial ' literal value
static int JOIN
          The ' Join ' literal value
static int JUNCTION
          The ' Junction ' literal value
static int SHALLOW_HISTORY
          The ' Shallow History ' literal value
static int TERMINATE
          The ' Terminate ' literal value
static java.util.List< PseudostateKind> VALUES
          A public read-only list of all the ' Pseudostate Kind ' enumerators
 
Method Summary
static  PseudostateKind get (int value)
          Returns the ' Pseudostate Kind ' literal with the specified integer value
static  PseudostateKind get (java.lang.String literal)
          Returns the ' Pseudostate Kind ' literal with the specified literal value
static  PseudostateKind getByName (java.lang.String name)
          Returns the ' Pseudostate Kind ' literal with the specified name
 java.lang.String getLiteral ()
           
 java.lang.String getName ()
           
 int getValue ()
           
 java.lang.String toString ()
          Returns the literal value of the enumerator, which is its string representation
static  PseudostateKind valueOf (java.lang.String name)
          Returns the enum constant of this type with the specified name.
static  PseudostateKind[] values ()
          Returns an array containing the constants of this enum type, in the order they're declared.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Enum
clone, compareTo, equals, getDeclaringClass, hashCode, name, ordinal, valueOf
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
finalize, getClass, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait
 

Enum Constant Detail

INITIAL_LITERAL

public static final 
PseudostateKind INITIAL_LITERAL
The ' Initial ' literal object.

See Also:
INITIAL

DEEP_HISTORY_LITERAL

public static final 
PseudostateKind DEEP_HISTORY_LITERAL
The ' Deep History ' literal object.

See Also:
DEEP_HISTORY

SHALLOW_HISTORY_LITERAL

public static final 
PseudostateKind SHALLOW_HISTORY_LITERAL
The ' Shallow History ' literal object.

See Also:
SHALLOW_HISTORY

JOIN_LITERAL

public static final 
PseudostateKind JOIN_LITERAL
The ' Join ' literal object.

See Also:
JOIN

FORK_LITERAL

public static final 
PseudostateKind FORK_LITERAL
The ' Fork ' literal object.

See Also:
FORK

JUNCTION_LITERAL

public static final 
PseudostateKind JUNCTION_LITERAL
The ' Junction ' literal object.

See Also:
JUNCTION

CHOICE_LITERAL

public static final 
PseudostateKind CHOICE_LITERAL
The ' Choice ' literal object.

See Also:
CHOICE

ENTRY_POINT_LITERAL

public static final 
PseudostateKind ENTRY_POINT_LITERAL
The ' Entry Point ' literal object.

See Also:
ENTRY_POINT

EXIT_POINT_LITERAL

public static final 
PseudostateKind EXIT_POINT_LITERAL
The ' Exit Point ' literal object.

See Also:
EXIT_POINT

TERMINATE_LITERAL

public static final 
PseudostateKind TERMINATE_LITERAL
The ' Terminate ' literal object.

See Also:
TERMINATE
Field Detail

INITIAL

public static final int INITIAL
The ' Initial ' literal value. An initial pseudostate represents a default vertex that is the source for a single transition to the default state of a composite state. There can be at most one initial vertex in a region. The outgoing transition from the initial vertex may have a behavior, but not a trigger or guard.

See Also:
INITIAL_LITERAL, Constant Field Values

DEEP_HISTORY

public static final int DEEP_HISTORY
The ' Deep History ' literal value. DeepHistory represents the most recent active configuration of the composite state that directly contains this pseudostate; e.g. the state configuration that was active when the composite state was last exited. A composite state can have at most one deep history vertex. At most one transition may originate from the history connector to the default deep history state. This transition is taken in case the composite state had never been active before. Entry actions of states entered on the path to the state represented by a deep history are performed.

See Also:
DEEP_HISTORY_LITERAL, Constant Field Values

SHALLOW_HISTORY

public static final int SHALLOW_HISTORY
The ' Shallow History ' literal value. ShallowHistory represents the most recent active substate of its containing state (but not the substates of that substate). A composite state can have at most one shallow history vertex. A transition coming into the shallow history vertex is equivalent to a transition coming into the most recent active substate of a state. At most one transition may originate from the history connector to the default shallow history state. This transition is taken in case the composite state had never been active before. Entry actions of states entered on the path to the state represented by a shallow history are performed.

See Also:
SHALLOW_HISTORY_LITERAL, Constant Field Values

JOIN

public static final int JOIN
The ' Join ' literal value. Join vertices serve to merge several transitions emanating from source vertices in different orthogonal regions. The transitions entering a join vertex cannot have guards or triggers.

See Also:
JOIN_LITERAL, Constant Field Values

FORK

public static final int FORK
The ' Fork ' literal value. Fork vertices serve to split an incoming transition into two or more transitions terminating on orthogonal target vertices (i.e. vertices in different regions of a composite state). The segments outgoing from a fork vertex must not have guards or triggers.

See Also:
FORK_LITERAL, Constant Field Values

JUNCTION

public static final int JUNCTION
The ' Junction ' literal value. Junction vertices are semantic-free vertices that are used to chain together multiple transitions. They are used to construct compound transition paths between states. For example, a junction can be used to converge multiple incoming transitions into a single outgoing transition representing a shared transition path (this is known as an merge). Conversely, they can be used to split an incoming transition into multiple outgoing transition segments with different guard conditions. This realizes a static conditional branch. (In the latter case, outgoing transitions whose guard conditions evaluate to false are disabled. A predefined guard denoted 'else' may be defined for at most one outgoing transition. This transition is enabled if all the guards labeling the other transitions are false.) Static conditional branches are distinct from dynamic conditional branches that are realized by choice vertices (described below).

See Also:
JUNCTION_LITERAL, Constant Field Values

CHOICE

public static final int CHOICE
The ' Choice ' literal value. Choice vertices which, when reached, result in the dynamic evaluation of the guards of the triggers of its outgoing transitions. This realizes a dynamic conditional branch. It allows splitting of transitions into multiple outgoing paths such that the decision on which path to take may be a function of the results of prior actions performed in the same run-tocompletion step. If more than one of the guards evaluates to true, an arbitrary one is selected. If none of the guards evaluates to true, then the model is considered ill-formed. (To avoid this, it is recommended to define one outgoing transition with the predefined else guard for every choice vertex.) Choice vertices should be distinguished from static branch points that are based on junction points (described above).

See Also:
CHOICE_LITERAL, Constant Field Values

ENTRY_POINT

public static final int ENTRY_POINT
The ' Entry Point ' literal value. An entry point pseudostate is an entry point of a state machine or composite state. In each region of the state machine or composite state it has a single transition to a vertex within the same region.

See Also:
ENTRY_POINT_LITERAL, Constant Field Values

EXIT_POINT

public static final int EXIT_POINT
The ' Exit Point ' literal value. An exit point pseudostate is an exit point of a state machine or composite state. Entering an exit point within any region of the composite state or state machine referenced by a submachine state implies the exit of this composite state or submachine state and the triggering of the transition that has this exit point as source in the state machine enclosing the submachine or composite state.

See Also:
EXIT_POINT_LITERAL, Constant Field Values

TERMINATE

public static final int TERMINATE
The ' Terminate ' literal value. Entering a terminate pseudostate implies that the execution of this state machine by means of its context object is terminated. The state machine does not exit any states nor does it perform any exit actions other than those associated with the transition leading to the terminate pseudostate. Entering a terminate pseudostate is equivalent to invoking a DestroyObjectAction.

See Also:
TERMINATE_LITERAL, Constant Field Values

VALUES

public static final java.util.List<
PseudostateKind> VALUES
A public read-only list of all the ' Pseudostate Kind ' enumerators.

Method Detail

values

public static final 
PseudostateKind[] values()
Returns an array containing the constants of this enum type, in the order they're declared. This method may be used to iterate over the constants as follows:
for(PseudostateKind c : PseudostateKind.values())
        System.out.println(c);

Returns:
an array containing the constants of this enum type, in the order they're declared

valueOf

public static 
PseudostateKind valueOf(java.lang.String name)
Returns the enum constant of this type with the specified name. The string must match exactly an identifier used to declare an enum constant in this type. (Extraneous whitespace characters are not permitted.)

Parameters:
name - the name of the enum constant to be returned.
Returns:
the enum constant with the specified name
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - if this enum type has no constant with the specified name

get

public static 
PseudostateKind get(java.lang.String literal)
Returns the ' Pseudostate Kind ' literal with the specified literal value.


getByName

public static 
PseudostateKind getByName(java.lang.String name)
Returns the ' Pseudostate Kind ' literal with the specified name.


get

public static 
PseudostateKind get(int value)
Returns the ' Pseudostate Kind ' literal with the specified integer value.


getValue

public int getValue()

Specified by:
getValue in interface org.eclipse.emf.common.util.Enumerator

getName

public java.lang.String getName()

Specified by:
getName in interface org.eclipse.emf.common.util.Enumerator

getLiteral

public java.lang.String getLiteral()

Specified by:
getLiteral in interface org.eclipse.emf.common.util.Enumerator

toString

public java.lang.String toString()
Returns the literal value of the enumerator, which is its string representation.

Overrides:
toString in class java.lang.Enum< PseudostateKind>

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