Action Diagram

Last modified on September 13th, 2018.


The 'Action Diagram', which is traditionally known as an activity diagram or a functional flow diagram, is a method of displaying Action entities, their interactions via Input/Output and Resource entities, and logic flow. This diagram conforms to the LML Specification 1.1 definition of an 'Action Diagram', which requires a diagram representation of the functional components of a system model.

Using Action Diagrams

Function Description
Creating Action Diagrams Using 'Diagrams View' in Innoslate, you can create a new 'Action Diagram'.
Action Diagram Constructs The ‘Action Diagram’ supports eight unique diagram constructs: an ‘Action’, a ‘Parallel’, an ‘OR’, a ‘SYNC’, a ‘LOOP’, an ‘Input/Output’, a ‘Branch Asset’, and a ‘Resource.’
Adding an Action An 'Action' construct can be added to an 'Action Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Parallel A 'Parallel' construct can be added to an 'Action Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Adding an OR An 'OR' construct can be added to an 'Action Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Adding a SYNC A 'SYNC' construct can be added to an 'Action Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Adding a LOOP A 'LOOP' construct can be added to an 'Action Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Adding an Input/Output An 'Input/Output' construct can be added to an 'Action Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Branch Asset A 'Branch Asset' construct can be added to an 'Action Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Resource A 'Resource' construct can be added to an 'Action Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Removing a Construct A construct can be easily removed from an ‘Action Diagram.’
Simulating Action Diagrams Within Innoslate, you can 'Simulate Action Diagrams.'

Action Diagram

Last modified on September 13th, 2018. 


The ‘Action Diagram’, which is traditionally known as an activity diagram or a functional flow diagram, is a method of displaying Action entities, their interactions via Input/Output and Resource entities, and logic flow. This diagram conforms to the LML Specification 1.1 definition of an ‘Action Diagram’, which requires a diagram representation of the functional components of a system model.

Using Action Diagrams

Function Description
Creating Action Diagrams Using ‘Diagrams View’ in Innoslate, you can create a new ‘Action Diagram’.
Action Diagram Constructs The ‘Action Diagram’ supports eight unique diagram constructs: an ‘Action’, a ‘Parallel’, an ‘OR’, a ‘SYNC’, a ‘LOOP’, an ‘Input/Output’, a ‘Branch Asset’, and a ‘Resource.’
Adding an Action An ‘Action’ construct can be added to an ‘Action Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Parallel A ‘Parallel’ construct can be added to an ‘Action Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Adding an OR An ‘OR’ construct can be added to an ‘Action Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Adding a SYNC A ‘SYNC’ construct can be added to an ‘Action Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Adding a LOOP A ‘LOOP’ construct can be added to an ‘Action Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Adding an Input/Output An ‘Input/Output’ construct can be added to an ‘Action Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Branch Asset A ‘Branch Asset’ construct can be added to an ‘Action Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Resource A ‘Resource’ construct can be added to an ‘Action Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Removing a Construct A construct can be easily removed from an ‘Action Diagram.’
Simulating Action Diagrams Within Innoslate, you can ‘Simulate Action Diagrams.’