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From:jon Date:July 1 2006 3:08am
Subject:svn commit - mysqldoc@docsrva: r2566 - in trunk/ndbapi: images xmi
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Author: jstephens
Date: 2006-07-01 05:08:25 +0200 (Sat, 01 Jul 2006)
New Revision: 2566

Log:

Reverting previous changes to NdbOperation class diagram

Too many #ifdefs, too little coffee...



Modified:
   trunk/ndbapi/images/NdbOperation-class.png
   trunk/ndbapi/xmi/NdbOperation-class.xmi

Modified: trunk/ndbapi/images/NdbOperation-class.png
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Modified: trunk/ndbapi/xmi/NdbOperation-class.xmi
===================================================================
--- trunk/ndbapi/xmi/NdbOperation-class.xmi	2006-07-01 02:39:37 UTC (rev 2565)
+++ trunk/ndbapi/xmi/NdbOperation-class.xmi	2006-07-01 03:08:25 UTC (rev 2566)
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
-<XMI xmlns:UML="http://schema.omg.org/spec/UML/1.3" verified="false" timestamp="2006-07-01T12:36:54" xmi.version="1.2" >
+<XMI xmlns:UML="http://schema.omg.org/spec/UML/1.3" verified="false" timestamp="2006-06-30T22:00:26" xmi.version="1.2" >
  <XMI.header>
   <XMI.documentation>
    <XMI.exporter>umbrello uml modeller http://uml.sf.net</XMI.exporter>
@@ -34,171 +34,255 @@
      <UML:Classifier.feature>
       <UML:Operation isSpecification="false" isLeaf="false" visibility="public" xmi.id="591" isRoot="false" isAbstract="false" isQuery="false" name="getValue" >
        <UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
-        <UML:Parameter kind="return" xmi.id="7143" type="637" />
+        <UML:Parameter kind="return" xmi.id="6492" type="637" />
         <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="592" value="" type="120" name="name" />
         <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="622" value="0" type="607" name="value" />
        </UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
       </UML:Operation>
       <UML:Operation isSpecification="false" isLeaf="false" visibility="public" xmi.id="667" isRoot="false" isAbstract="false" isQuery="false" name="getValue" >
        <UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
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+        <UML:Parameter kind="return" xmi.id="6493" type="637" />
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         <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="684" value="0" type="607" name="value" />
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        <UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
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        <UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
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        <UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
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        <UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
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        <UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
-        <UML:Parameter kind="return" xmi.id="7152" type="80" />
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+        <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="132" value="" type="120" name="value" />
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+        <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="159" value="" type="392" name="value" />
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+        <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="197" value="" type="189" name="value" />
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+        <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="232" value="" type="4346" name="value" />
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+        <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="325" value="" type="315" name="value" />
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        <UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
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        </UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
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+      <UML:Operation isSpecification="false" isLeaf="false" visibility="public" xmi.id="839" isRoot="false" isAbstract="false" isQuery="false" name="setValue" >
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+        <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="859" value="" type="120" name="value" />
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+        <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="996" value="" type="392" name="value" />
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+        <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="1058" value="" type="189" name="value" />
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+        <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="1123" value="" type="4346" name="value" />
+       </UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
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+        <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="1383" value="" type="315" name="value" />
+       </UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
+      </UML:Operation>
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+        <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="1191" value="" type="68" name="value" />
+       </UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
+      </UML:Operation>
+      <UML:Operation isSpecification="false" isLeaf="false" visibility="public" xmi.id="1237" isRoot="false" isAbstract="false" isQuery="false" name="setValue" >
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+        <UML:Parameter isSpecification="false" visibility="private" xmi.id="1285" value="" type="69" name="value" />
+       </UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
+      </UML:Operation>
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        <UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
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        <UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
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        <UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
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        <UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
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        <UML:BehavioralFeature.parameter>
-        <UML:Parameter kind="return" xmi.id="7168" type="64" />
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@@ -237,26 +321,26 @@
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+      <codecomment tag="" text="/************************************************************************&amp;#010;                        char*.cpp - Copyright jon&amp;#010;&amp;#010;Here you can write a license for your code, some comments or any other&amp;#010;information you want to have in your generated code. To to this simply&amp;#010;configure the &quot;headings&quot; directory in uml to point to a directory&amp;#010;where you have your heading files.&amp;#010;&amp;#010;or you can just replace the contents of this file with your own.&amp;#010;If you want to do this, this file is located at&amp;#010;&amp;#010;/opt/kde3/share/apps/umbrello/headings/heading.cpp&amp;#010;&amp;#010;-->Code Generators searches for heading files based on the file extension&amp;#010;   i.e. it will look for a file name ending in &quot;.h&quot; to include in C++ header&amp;#010;   files, and for a file name ending in &quot;.java&quot; to include in all generated&amp;#010;   java code.&amp;#0!
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+      <codecomment tag="" text="/************************************************************************&amp;#010;                        const ndbdictionary::column*.cpp - Copyright jon&amp;#010;&amp;#010;Here you can write a license for your code, some comments or any other&amp;#010;information you want to have in your generated code. To to this simply&amp;#010;configure the &quot;headings&quot; directory in uml to point to a directory&amp;#010;where you have your heading files.&amp;#010;&amp;#010;or you can just replace the contents of this file with your own.&amp;#010;If you want to do this, this file is located at&amp;#010;&amp;#010;/opt/kde3/share/apps/umbrello/headings/heading.cpp&amp;#010;&amp;#010;-->Code Generators searches for heading files based on the file extension&amp;#010;   i.e. it will look for a file name ending in &quot;.h&quot; to include in C++ header&amp;#010;   files, and for a file name ending in &quot;.java&quot; to include in all generated&amp;#0!
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+      <codecomment tag="" text="/************************************************************************&amp;#010;                        int64.cpp - Copyright jon&amp;#010;&amp;#010;Here you can write a license for your code, some comments or any other&amp;#010;information you want to have in your generated code. To to this simply&amp;#010;configure the &quot;headings&quot; directory in uml to point to a directory&amp;#010;where you have your heading files.&amp;#010;&amp;#010;or you can just replace the contents of this file with your own.&amp;#010;If you want to do this, this file is located at&amp;#010;&amp;#010;/opt/kde3/share/apps/umbrello/headings/heading.cpp&amp;#010;&amp;#010;-->Code Generators searches for heading files based on the file extension&amp;#010;   i.e. it will look for a file name ending in &quot;.h&quot; to include in C++ header&amp;#010;   files, and for a file name ending in &quot;.java&quot; to include in all generated&amp;#010;   java code.&amp;#0!
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+      <codecomment tag="" text="/************************************************************************&amp;#010;                        uint64.h - Copyright jon&amp;#010;&amp;#010;Here you can write a license for your code, some comments or any other&amp;#010;information you want to have in your generated code. To to this simply&amp;#010;configure the &quot;headings&quot; directory in uml to point to a directory&amp;#010;where you have your heading files.&amp;#010;&amp;#010;or you can just replace the contents of this file with your own.&amp;#010;If you want to do this, this file is located at&amp;#010;&amp;#010;/opt/kde3/share/apps/umbrello/headings/heading.h&amp;#010;&amp;#010;-->Code Generators searches for heading files based on the file extension&amp;#010;   i.e. it will look for a file name ending in &quot;.h&quot; to include in C++ header&amp;#010;   files, and for a file name ending in &quot;.java&quot; to include in all generated&amp;#010;   java code.&amp;#010;!
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+      <codecomment tag="" text="/************************************************************************&amp;#010;                        int32.h - Copyright jon&amp;#010;&amp;#010;Here you can write a license for your code, some comments or any other&amp;#010;information you want to have in your generated code. To to this simply&amp;#010;configure the &quot;headings&quot; directory in uml to point to a directory&amp;#010;where you have your heading files.&amp;#010;&amp;#010;or you can just replace the contents of this file with your own.&amp;#010;If you want to do this, this file is located at&amp;#010;&amp;#010;/opt/kde3/share/apps/umbrello/headings/heading.h&amp;#010;&amp;#010;-->Code Generators searches for heading files based on the file extension&amp;#010;   i.e. it will look for a file name ending in &quot;.h&quot; to include in C++ header&amp;#010;   files, and for a file name ending in &quot;.java&quot; to include in all generated&amp;#010;   java code.&amp;#010; !
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+      <codecomment tag="" text="/************************************************************************&amp;#010;                        char*.h - Copyright jon&amp;#010;&amp;#010;Here you can write a license for your code, some comments or any other&amp;#010;information you want to have in your generated code. To to this simply&amp;#010;configure the &quot;headings&quot; directory in uml to point to a directory&amp;#010;where you have your heading files.&amp;#010;&amp;#010;or you can just replace the contents of this file with your own.&amp;#010;If you want to do this, this file is located at&amp;#010;&amp;#010;/opt/kde3/share/apps/umbrello/headings/heading.h&amp;#010;&amp;#010;-->Code Generators searches for heading files based on the file extension&amp;#010;   i.e. it will look for a file name ending in &quot;.h&quot; to include in C++ header&amp;#010;   files, and for a file name ending in &quot;.java&quot; to include in all generated&amp;#010;   java code.&amp;#010; !
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+      <codecomment tag="" text="/************************************************************************&amp;#010;                        const ndbdictionary::column*.h - Copyright jon&amp;#010;&amp;#010;Here you can write a license for your code, some comments or any other&amp;#010;information you want to have in your generated code. To to this simply&amp;#010;configure the &quot;headings&quot; directory in uml to point to a directory&amp;#010;where you have your heading files.&amp;#010;&amp;#010;or you can just replace the contents of this file with your own.&amp;#010;If you want to do this, this file is located at&amp;#010;&amp;#010;/opt/kde3/share/apps/umbrello/headings/heading.h&amp;#010;&amp;#010;-->Code Generators searches for heading files based on the file extension&amp;#010;   i.e. it will look for a file name ending in &quot;.h&quot; to include in C++ header&amp;#010;   files, and for a file name ending in &quot;.java&quot; to include in all generated&amp;#010; !
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+      <codecomment tag="" text="/************************************************************************&amp;#010;                        int64.h - Copyright jon&amp;#010;&amp;#010;Here you can write a license for your code, some comments or any other&amp;#010;information you want to have in your generated code. To to this simply&amp;#010;configure the &quot;headings&quot; directory in uml to point to a directory&amp;#010;where you have your heading files.&amp;#010;&amp;#010;or you can just replace the contents of this file with your own.&amp;#010;If you want to do this, this file is located at&amp;#010;&amp;#010;/opt/kde3/share/apps/umbrello/headings/heading.h&amp;#010;&amp;#010;-->Code Generators searches for heading files based on the file extension&amp;#010;   i.e. it will look for a file name ending in &quot;.h&quot; to include in C++ header&amp;#010;   files, and for a file name ending in &quot;.java&quot; to include in all generated&amp;#010;   java code.&amp;#010; !
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