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enum declaration in associationClass causes error #1522

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loucadufault opened this issue Jan 31, 2020 · 0 comments
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enum declaration in associationClass causes error #1522

loucadufault opened this issue Jan 31, 2020 · 0 comments

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@loucadufault loucadufault commented Jan 31, 2020

Declaring an enum and creating an attribute with type that enum in an association class causes the error:

"Association class 'Placement' is missing an end. More information (8)"

This is a minimum test case to validate the problem.

  1. Create two classes
  2. Create an association class between them
  3. Declare an enum in the association class
  4. declare an attribute in the association class with type that enum
  5. Obtain error linking to here: http://manual.umple.org/?E008AssociationClassMissingEnd.html

If using a large code sample, feel free to use a gist or UmpleOnline.

Describe the expected result that didn't happen

Creates an attribute of that enum type

Actual Result

Error http://manual.umple.org/?E008AssociationClassMissingEnd.html

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