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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Jul 30, 2018

Publish Page Not Showing "Extended" Class info

Web Publish to model: Name not showing up

Created a simple model, and use the Generalization tool to extend one class from the other. When you do the Modeling > Publish > Web and look at the published model, there is no information about this generalization (extends), it does not show that the class is extended from the Base Class. In case there is a diagram, you can click on the arrow for generalization and see its detail but if the model does not have any diagram, there is nothing about the generalization in the published model that can be easily seen or found.

Use Case
1) Created a simple model 2) Use the Generalization tool to extend one class from the other. 3)Use the Modeling > Publish > Web function and look at the published model, there is no information about this generalization (extends), it does not show that the class is extended from the Base Class. 4) If the model does not have any diagram, there is nothing about the generalization in the published model that can be easily seen or found.
RFE ID 123039
RFE URL
RFE Product Rational Software Architect
Idea Priority High