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Operational final state (UPDM - NAF aliases)
An Operational Final State is a proprietary element that is required to model UPDM in Modeler.
To create an Operational Final State:
From an Operational State Description or Operational Sequential State: right-click the element, point to New, point to NAF, and then click Operational Final State.
From an NOV-6b Operational State Transition Description: click the Operational Final State toolbar button, and then click in free space on the diagram or within an Operational Sequential State.
When shown on an NOV-6b Operational State Transition Description, an Operational Final State appears as follows:
The following relationships are of importance to an Operational Final State:
UML Transitions link an Operational Final State to other State Diagram elements (NOV-6b Operational State Transition Description).
The following sections provide information about how an Operational Final State is used in the model.
Create an Operational Final State from
Operational Sequential State
Operational State Description
NOV-6b Operational State Transition Description
Create from an Operational Final State
In addition to the UPDM elements that can be created from all UPDM elements ( Alias, Definition, Information and Metadata):
Desired Effect
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:
NOV-6b Operational State Transition Description
UPDM writeable properties
The following writeable properties are available on the Operational Final State tab of an Operational Final State element's Property Pages: