MOF diagrams are Class diagrams that are contained in packages with a metamodel stereotype. To create a MOF diagram, follow the steps below.
|1.||Create a package to contain your MOF elements.|
|2.||Right-click on the package in the Project Browser window. The context menu displays.|
|3.||Select the menu option. The Package dialog displays, defaulting to the General tab.|
|4.||In the field click on the drop-down arrow and select .|
|5.||Right-click on the package in the Project Browser window and, from the context menu, select Create a Class diagram (the default diagram). |
|6.||Give your MOF Class diagram a name.|
|7.||In the Enterprise Architect UML Toolbox, select the menu option and add the required Metamodel elements to the diagram.|
The following is an example of a MOF diagram. A MOF diagram can typically contain Package, Class, Enumeration and Primitive elements, and Generalization, Association, Compose and Aggregate relationships.