Sequence Diagram

Last modified on January 31st, 2017.


The 'Sequence Diagram' is used to represent the sequential message flow (Input/Output entities) between Lifelines (Asset entities). The diagram is represented in standard SysML and LML notation and is bidirectionally compatible with the action diagram (modifications in the 'Action Diagram' automatically change the 'Sequence Diagram' and vice versa). Below you will find information on how to use the 'Sequence Diagram' in Innoslate:

Sequence Diagram

Last modified on January 31st, 2017. 


The ‘Sequence Diagram’ is used to represent the sequential message flow (Input/Output entities) between Lifelines (Asset entities). The diagram is represented in standard SysML and LML notation and is bidirectionally compatible with the action diagram (modifications in the ‘Action Diagram’ automatically change the ‘Sequence Diagram’ and vice versa). Below you will find information on how to use the ‘Sequence Diagram’ in Innoslate:

  • Creating Sequence Diagrams

    This section contains outlined instructions for how to create a new ‘Sequence Diagram’.

  • Sequence Diagram Constructs

    This section defines the building blocks of a ‘Sequence Diagram’ in Innoslate.

  • Sequence Diagram Modes

    This section defines the three (3) different modes available of the ‘Sequence Diagram’.

  • Adding a Lifeline

    A ‘Lifeline’ construct can be added to a ‘Sequence Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.

  • Adding a Message

    A ‘Message’ construct can be added to a ‘Sequence Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.

  • Adding a Found Message

    ‘Found Message’ construct can be added to a ‘Sequence Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.