This chapter describes each model element that can be created
within a statechart diagram. Note that some sub-model elements of
model elements on the diagram may not actually themselves appear on
There is a close relationship between this material and
the Properties Tab of the Details Pane (see
Section 13.3, “Properties Tab”). That section covers
Properties in general, in this chapter they are linked to
specific model elements.
Figure 20.1, “Statechart diagram model elements 1.” and
Figure 20.2, “Statechart diagram model elements 2.” show statechart
diagrams with most possible model elements displayed.
Figure 20.1. Statechart diagram model elements 1.
Figure 20.2. Statechart diagram model elements 2.
20.1.1. Limitations Concerning Statechart Diagrams in
The statechart diagrams support the 7 action types
defined (CallAtion, CreateAction, DestroyAction,
TerminateAction and UninterpretedAction),
but there is no way to use the same action
more than once.
Also, in a few cases, it is not possible to
set or select the related elements;
e.g.there is no way to select a signal for a SendAction.
Code generation from statechart diagrams is not