Properties of Domain Relationships

The properties in the following table are associated with a domain relationship. For information about domain relationships, see Understanding Models, Classes and Relationships. For more information about how to use these properties, see Customizing and Extending a Domain-Specific Language.

Property

Description

Default

Access Modifier

The level of access of the domain relationship (public or internal).

public

Custom Attributes

Used to add attributes to the source code class that is generated from the domain relationship.

<none>

Generates Double Derived

If True, both a base class and a partial class (to support customization through overrides) is generated. For more information, see Overriding and Extending the Generated Classes.

False

Has Custom Constructor

If True, indicates that a custom constructor is provided in the source code. For more information, see Overriding and Extending the Generated Classes.

False

Inheritance Modifier

Describes the kind of inheritance of the source code class that is generated from the domain relationship (none, abstract or sealed).

<none>

Allows Duplicates

If True, duplicate links of the domain relationship may be created between the same two elements.

False

Base Relationships

If the domain relationship is derived, the base relationship of the domain relationship.

<none>

Is Embedding

If True, the domain relationship is an embedding relationship. If False, the relationship is a reference relationship.

<both>

Name

The name of the domain relationship.

Current name

Namespace

The namespace that is affiliated with the domain relationship.

Current namespace

Notes

Informal notes that are associated with the domain relationship.

<none>

Description

The description that is used to document code and is used in the UI of the generated designer.

<none>

Display Name

The name that is displayed in the generated designer for the domain relationship.

<none>

Help Keyword

The optional keyword that is used to index F1 help for the domain relationship.

<none>

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