Access Languages are Tied to Schemas

Jonathan Robie jwrobie at
Thu Nov 20 19:35:48 GMT 1997

At 02:28 PM 11/20/97 -0500, Joe Lapp wrote:
>Jonathan Robie <jwrobie at> wrote:
>>These properties are not easily represented:
>>o       Behavior (except for in languages that allow methods to be
>>represented as data, e.g. Java)
>>o       Encapsulation constraints
>I'm not sure what you mean by "encapsulation constraints."  OMT uses
>a variety of constraints, but none go by that name.  Pouring over the
>UML documentation I only see the term "constraint" being used in a
>general way.
I'm thinking of public/protected/private access in languages like C++, i.e.
the constraints on access to encapsulated data.


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