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Function structured node (UPDM - NAF aliases)
A Function Structured Node is a proprietary element that is required to model UPDM in Modeler.
To create a Function Structured Node:
From a Function: right-click the Function, point to New, point to NAF, point to Activity Group, and then click Function Structured Node.
From an NSV-4 Functionality Description: click the Function Structured Node toolbar button, and then click in free space or within a containing element on the diagram.
When shown on an NSV-4 Functionality Description, a Function Structured Node appears as follows:
There are no relationships that are of significant importance to a Function Structured Node.
The following sections provide information about how a Function Structured Node is used in the model.
Create a Function Structured Node from
Function Structured Node
NSV-4 Functionality Description
Create from a Function Structured Node
Function Action
Function Structured Node
Resource Constraint
Resource Operation Action
Shown on these diagrams, tables and matrices
In addition to the NAV-2 Integrated Dictionary and NTV-1 Standards Profile, which can show all UPDM elements:
NSV-4 Functionality Description
UPDM writeable properties
The following writeable properties are available on the Function Structured Node tab of a Function Structured Node element's Property Pages: