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Adding a Conditional Block - UML 1.5

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Note: If the control structure requires a condition, you can enter the condition with the in-place editor, or you can enter it using the Condition field in the Object Inspector.

To add a statement block to the activation bar:

  1. In the Tool Palette, click the Conditional Block button.
  2. Click the target activation bar.

Alternatively:

  1. Right-click an activation bar on a sequence diagram.
  2. Choose Add > Conditional Block on the context menu.

To set the type of the conditional block (if, for, and so on):

  1. Open the Object Inspector.
  2. Click the drop-down arrow for your choices.

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