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Diagrammes de composants

Prenons quelques exemples.

Component Diagram

Let's have few examples.

Composants

Les composants doivent être mis entre crochets.

Il est aussi possible d'utiliser le mot-clé component pour définir un composant. Et vous pouvez définir un alias, grâce au mot-clé as. Cet alias sera utile plus tard, pour définir des relations entre composants.

@startuml

[First component]
[Another component] as Comp2
component Comp3
component [Last\ncomponent] as Comp4

@enduml

Components

Components must be bracketed.

You can also use the component keyword to define a component. And you can define an alias, using the as keyword. This alias will be used later, when defining relations.

@startuml

[First component]
[Another component] as Comp2
component Comp3
component [Last\ncomponent] as Comp4

@enduml

Interfaces

Les interfaces sont définies à l'aide du symbole () (parce que cela ressemble à un cercle).

Vous pouvez aussi utiliser le mot-clé interface pour définir une interface. Vous pouvez aussi définir un alias, à l'aide du mot-clé as. Cet alias pourrait être utilisé plus tard, lors de la définition des relations.

Nous verrons plus tard qu'il n'est pas obligatoire de définir les interfaces.

@startuml

() "First Interface"
() "Another interface" as Interf2
interface Interf3
interface "Last\ninterface" as Interf4

[component]
footer //Adding "component" to force diagram to be a **component diagram**//
@enduml

Interfaces

Interface can be defined using the () symbol (because this looks like a circle).

You can also use the interface keyword to define an interface. And you can define an alias, using the as keyword. This alias will be used latter, when defining relations.

We will see latter that interface definition is optional.

@startuml

() "First Interface"
() "Another interface" as Interf2
interface Interf3
interface "Last\ninterface" as Interf4

[component]
footer //Adding "component" to force diagram to be a **component diagram**//
@enduml

Exemple simple

Les liens entre les éléments sont à utiliser avec des combinaisons de lignes pointillés (..), lignes droites(--), et de flèches (-->).

@startuml

DataAccess - [First Component]
[First Component] ..> HTTP : use

@enduml

Basic example

Links between elements are made using combinations of dotted line (..), straight line (--), and arrows (-->) symbols.

@startuml

DataAccess - [First Component]
[First Component] ..> HTTP : use

@enduml

Mettre des notes

Vous pouvez utiliser les commandes suivantes : note left of , note right of , note top of , note bottom of suivi de l'identifiant du composant pour définir des notes reliées à un seul objet.

Une note peut aussi être créée seule avec le mot clé note, puis ensuite reliée à d'autres objets avec le symbole ...

@startuml

interface "Data Access" as DA

DA - [First Component]
[First Component] ..> HTTP : use

note left of HTTP : Web Service only

note right of [First Component]
  A note can also
  be on several lines
end note

@enduml

Using notes

You can use the note left of , note right of , note top of , note bottom of keywords to define notes related to a single object.

A note can be also define alone with the note keywords, then linked to other objects using the .. symbol.

@startuml

interface "Data Access" as DA

DA - [First Component]
[First Component] ..> HTTP : use

note left of HTTP : Web Service only

note right of [First Component]
  A note can also
  be on several lines
end note

@enduml

Regrouper des composants

Vous pouvez utiliser le mot-clé package pour regrouper des composants et des interfaces ensembles.
  • package
  • node
  • folder
  • frame
  • cloud
  • database

@startuml

package "Some Group" {
  HTTP - [First Component]
  [Another Component]
}

node "Other Groups" {
  FTP - [Second Component]
  [First Component] --> FTP
}

cloud {
  [Example 1]
}


database "MySql" {
  folder "This is my folder" {
    [Folder 3]
  }
  frame "Foo" {
    [Frame 4]
  }
}


[Another Component] --> [Example 1]
[Example 1] --> [Folder 3]
[Folder 3] --> [Frame 4]

@enduml

Grouping Components

You can use several keywords to group components and interfaces together:
  • package
  • node
  • folder
  • frame
  • cloud
  • database

@startuml

package "Some Group" {
  HTTP - [First Component]
  [Another Component]
}

node "Other Groups" {
  FTP - [Second Component]
  [First Component] --> FTP
}

cloud {
  [Example 1]
}


database "MySql" {
  folder "This is my folder" {
    [Folder 3]
  }
  frame "Foo" {
    [Frame 4]
  }
}


[Another Component] --> [Example 1]
[Example 1] --> [Folder 3]
[Folder 3] --> [Frame 4]

@enduml

Changer la direction des flèches

Par défaut, les liens entre classes ont deux tirets -- et sont orientées verticalement. Il est possible d'utiliser un lien horizontal en mettant un simple tiret (ou point) comme ceci :

@startuml
[Component] --> Interface1
[Component] -> Interface2
@enduml

Vous pouvez aussi changer le sens en renversant le lien

@startuml
Interface1 <-- [Component]
Interface2 <- [Component]
@enduml

Il est aussi possible de changer la direction des flèches en ajoutant les mots clés left, right, up ou down à l'intérieur des flèches :

@startuml
[Component] -left-> left
[Component] -right-> right
[Component] -up-> up
[Component] -down-> down
@enduml

Vous pouvez raccourcir les flèches en utilisant seulement les premiers caractères de la direction (par exemple, -d- à la place de -down-) ou les deux premiers caractères (-do-).

Veuillez noter qu'il ne faut pas abuser de cette fonctionnalité : Graphviz donne généralement de bon résultat sans modification.

Changing arrows direction

By default, links between classes have two dashes -- and are vertically oriented. It is possible to use horizontal link by putting a single dash (or dot) like this:

@startuml
[Component] --> Interface1
[Component] -> Interface2
@enduml

You can also change directions by reversing the link:

@startuml
Interface1 <-- [Component]
Interface2 <- [Component]
@enduml

It is also possible to change arrow direction by adding left, right, up or down keywords inside the arrow:

@startuml
[Component] -left-> left
[Component] -right-> right
[Component] -up-> up
[Component] -down-> down
@enduml

You can shorten the arrow by using only the first character of the direction (for example, -d- instead of -down-) or the two first characters (-do-).

Please note that you should not abuse this functionality : Graphviz gives usually good results without tweaking.

And with the left to right direction parameter:

@startuml
left to right direction
[Component] -left-> left
[Component] -right-> right
[Component] -up-> up
[Component] -down-> down
@enduml

Utiliser la notation UML2

Par défaut (à partir de la version v1.2020.13-14), la notation UML2 est utilisée.

@startuml

interface "Data Access" as DA

DA - [First Component]
[First Component] ..> HTTP : use

@enduml

Use UML2 notation

By default (from v1.2020.13-14), UML2 notation is used.

@startuml

interface "Data Access" as DA

DA - [First Component]
[First Component] ..> HTTP : use

@enduml

Utiliser la notation UML1

La commande skinparam componentStyle uml1 est utilisée pour changer vers la notation UML1.

@startuml
skinparam componentStyle uml1

interface "Data Access" as DA

DA - [First Component]
[First Component] ..> HTTP : use

@enduml

Use UML1 notation

The skinparam componentStyle uml1 command is used to switch to UML1 notation.

@startuml
skinparam componentStyle uml1

interface "Data Access" as DA

DA - [First Component]
[First Component] ..> HTTP : use

@enduml

Utiliser le style rectangle (supprime toute notation UML)

La commande skinparam componentStyle rectangle est utilisée pour changer vers le style rectangle (sans aucune notation UML).

@startuml
skinparam componentStyle rectangle

interface "Data Access" as DA

DA - [First Component]
[First Component] ..> HTTP : use

@enduml

Use rectangle notation (remove UML notation)

The skinparam componentStyle rectangle command is used to switch to rectangle notation (without any UML notation).

@startuml
skinparam componentStyle rectangle

interface "Data Access" as DA

DA - [First Component]
[First Component] ..> HTTP : use

@enduml

Description longue

Il est possible de mettre un long texte sur plusieurs lignes en utilisant des crochets.

@startuml
component comp1 [
This component
has a long comment
on several lines
]
@enduml

Long description

It is possible to put description on several lines using square brackets.

@startuml
component comp1 [
This component
has a long comment
on several lines
]
@enduml

Couleurs individuelles

Il est possible de spécifier une couleur après la définition du composant.

@startuml
component  [Web Server] #Yellow
@enduml

Individual colors

You can specify a color after component definition.

@startuml
component  [Web Server] #Yellow
@enduml

Sprites et stéréotypes

Vous pouvez utiliser des sprites dans les stéréotypes des composants.

@startuml
sprite $businessProcess [16x16/16] {
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFF0FFFFF
FFFFFFFFFF00FFFF
FF00000000000FFF
FF000000000000FF
FF00000000000FFF
FFFFFFFFFF00FFFF
FFFFFFFFFF0FFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
}


rectangle " End to End\nbusiness process" <<$businessProcess>> {
 rectangle "inner process 1" <<$businessProcess>> as src
 rectangle "inner process 2" <<$businessProcess>> as tgt
 src -> tgt
}
@enduml

Using Sprite in Stereotype

You can use sprites within stereotype components.

@startuml
sprite $businessProcess [16x16/16] {
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFF0FFFFF
FFFFFFFFFF00FFFF
FF00000000000FFF
FF000000000000FF
FF00000000000FFF
FFFFFFFFFF00FFFF
FFFFFFFFFF0FFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
}


rectangle " End to End\nbusiness process" <<$businessProcess>> {
 rectangle "inner process 1" <<$businessProcess>> as src
 rectangle "inner process 2" <<$businessProcess>> as tgt
 src -> tgt
}
@enduml

Skinparam

Utilisez la commande skinparam pour changer la couleur et la mise en forme du texte du schéma.

Vous pouvez utiliser cette commande :

Vous pouvez définir des couleurs et des fontes spécifiques pour les composants et interfaces stéréotypés.

@startuml

skinparam interface {
  backgroundColor RosyBrown
  borderColor orange
}

skinparam component {
  FontSize 13
  BackgroundColor<<Apache>> Red
  BorderColor<<Apache>> #FF6655
  FontName Courier
  BorderColor black
  BackgroundColor gold
  ArrowFontName Impact
  ArrowColor #FF6655
  ArrowFontColor #777777
}

() "Data Access" as DA

DA - [First Component]
[First Component] ..> () HTTP : use
HTTP - [Web Server] << Apache >>

@enduml

@startuml
[AA] <<static lib>>
[BB] <<shared lib>>
[CC] <<static lib>>

node node1
node node2 <<shared node>>
database Production

skinparam component {
    backgroundColor<<static lib>> DarkKhaki
    backgroundColor<<shared lib>> Green
}

skinparam node {
borderColor Green
backgroundColor Yellow
backgroundColor<<shared node>> Magenta
}
skinparam databaseBackgroundColor Aqua

@enduml

WARNING
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WARNING

Skinparam

You can use the skinparam command to change colors and fonts for the drawing.

You can use this command :

You can define specific color and fonts for stereotyped components and interfaces.

@startuml

skinparam interface {
  backgroundColor RosyBrown
  borderColor orange
}

skinparam component {
  FontSize 13
  BackgroundColor<<Apache>> Pink
  BorderColor<<Apache>> #FF6655
  FontName Courier
  BorderColor black
  BackgroundColor gold
  ArrowFontName Impact
  ArrowColor #FF6655
  ArrowFontColor #777777
}

() "Data Access" as DA
Component "Web Server" as WS << Apache >>

DA - [First Component]
[First Component] ..> () HTTP : use
HTTP - WS

@enduml

@startuml
[AA] <<static lib>>
[BB] <<shared lib>>
[CC] <<static lib>>

node node1
node node2 <<shared node>>
database Production

skinparam component {
    backgroundColor<<static lib>> DarkKhaki
    backgroundColor<<shared lib>> Green
}

skinparam node {
borderColor Green
backgroundColor Yellow
backgroundColor<<shared node>> Magenta
}
skinparam databaseBackgroundColor Aqua

@enduml

Specific SkinParameter

componentStyle

  • By default (or with skinparam componentStyle uml2), you have an icon for component

@startuml
skinparam BackgroundColor transparent
skinparam componentStyle uml2
component A {
   component "A.1" {
}
   component A.44 {
      [A4.1]
}
   component "A.2"
   [A.3]
   component A.5 [
A.5] 
   component A.6 [
]
}
[a]->[b]
@enduml

  • If you want to suppress it, and to have only the rectangle, you can use skinparam componentStyle rectangle

@startuml
skinparam BackgroundColor transparent
skinparam componentStyle rectangle
component A {
   component "A.1" {
}
   component A.44 {
      [A4.1]
}
   component "A.2"
   [A.3]
   component A.5 [
A.5] 
   component A.6 [
]
}
[a]->[b]
@enduml

[Ref. 10798]

Hide or Remove unlinked component

By default, all components are displayed:

@startuml
component C1
component C2
component C3
C1 -- C2
@enduml

But you can:
  • hide @unlinked components:

@startuml
component C1
component C2
component C3
C1 -- C2

hide @unlinked
@enduml

  • or remove @unlinked components:

@startuml
component C1
component C2
component C3
C1 -- C2

remove @unlinked
@enduml

[Ref. QA-11052]


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