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>As I remember (it's a while since I used it) you have to specify
>whether an operation is an instance operation (has a This parameter)
>or a class operation (doesn't) deep in the dialog. Much easier to
>stereotype the operation as <<class>> (or, as it turns out, say
>[[class]] in the documentation section!)

It would of course be nice if Rose actually differentiated between Class and
Instance operations in diagrams. My UML book notes that there is a different
symbolism for Class operations than Instance operations, in the same way there
is a difference between Class (static) attributes and Instance attributes.
Perhaps my UML book is out of date, but we had a lot of hassle trying to get
Class operations from Rose/Ada until about 6 months ago when the
ImplicitParameter option DoNotCreate was incorporated into the Ada CG.

John



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