Assigning Import

Last modified on May 23rd, 2018.


'Import' can be assigned within a 'Package Diagram' via drag-and-drop. Both the "to-be" parent and child 'Package' constructs must be added to the diagram first, before import can be assigned.

  1. Within a 'Package Diagram,' select the 'Package' construct you would like to import into another 'Package.'

  2. Click the green circle and continue to hold down the left mouse button.

  3. Drag the green circle over to the child 'Package' of your choice.

  4. When the child 'Package' box highlights green, release the left mouse button over the 'import' section to add a related to relationship.

  5. Once added to the diagram, the new relationship should appear as a dotted line with a directional arrow from the parent to the child 'Package' construct.

  6. Click the 'Save' button located on the toolbar to persist your changes to your project's database.

Assigning Import

Last modified on May 23rd, 2018. 


‘Import’ can be assigned within a ‘Package Diagram’ via drag-and-drop. Both the “to-be” parent and child ‘Package’ constructs must be added to the diagram first, before import can be assigned.

  1. Within a ‘Package Diagram,’ select the ‘Package’ construct you would like to import into another ‘Package.’

  2. Click the green circle and continue to hold down the left mouse button.

  3. Drag the green circle over to the child ‘Package’ of your choice.

  4. When the child ‘Package’ box highlights green, release the left mouse button over the ‘import’ section to add a related to relationship.

  5. Once added to the diagram, the new relationship should appear as a dotted line with a directional arrow from the parent to the child ‘Package’ construct.

  6. Click the ‘Save’ button located on the toolbar to persist your changes to your project’s database.