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Re: UU Object Diagram

The reason for having *Multiple() versions of these functions is to allow
Author to make multiple assignments. Let's say he created(or found in
Repository) a Problem and wants to link it to several Topics that he has
in his account at once. It's just a matter of having convenient UI:
I don't like the idea of calling a single linkObject() function several
times in order to do it.
Not sure how often it will happen in a reality though, so I'll remove
*Multiple() functions for now and change checkboxes to radio buttons on

> Why do you need *Multiple() versions of these functions?
> sergey@total-knowledge.com wrote:
>> Another change to interface "ObjectLink".
>> To each link*() function added parameter "version" to comply with the
>> requirement that Author can chose a current UMO version before linking.
>> Updated uu.xmi attached.
>>> Changes made to the interface "ObjectLink".
>>> There are 3 functions there now that help Authors with UMOs linking:
>>> linkObject() to link a single UMO to another one.
>>> linkObjectMultiple() to link a group of UMOs to another one.
>>> linkObjectToMultiple() to link a single UMO to the group of other ones.
>>> Updated uu.xmi attached.
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