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A new feature has been added to the EA Navigator to navigate from an Operation to the Behavior set as its Method.
In my previous post UML Best Practice: One Operation = One Sequence diagram I explained how to set a behavior as the implementation of an operation in Enterprise Architect.

This feature is also available from Message context menu

Selecting the Implementation option will find the Behavior (Interaction, Activity or StateMachine) element that has been set as the Behavior of the operation

and select that element in the project browser.… Read more

Purpose

Model the implementation of your operations with a single sequence diagram for each operation.

Details

Most UML models I’ve seen in my career contain classes with attributes and operations. An Operation is a specification of a behavioral feature. Adding an operation to a class means that you are specifying that your class will respond to a specific request by executing a certain behavior.

So the operation defines the details of the request to be sent to the class (such as name, parameters…), but it doesn’t specify the details of what needs to happen when the operation is called.… Read more

Attention! A more recent version of the EA Navigator is currently available.
See EA Navigator Downloads

A new feature has been added to the EA Navigator to navigate from an Operation to all the CallOperationActions that call this operation.

The Calling Actions menu option will show all CallOperationActions that call the selected operation

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More Information

More information about the EA Navigator add-in for Enterprise Architect can be found here:

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