An interface specifies operations and signals that are used or implemented by blocks.
The stereotype of interfaces is <<BlockInterface>>. You need the stereotype when you create document templates, queries, forms, or search for an interface in the application. In the Stereotypes window you will find the stereotype BlockInterface under DomainElement. The stereotype contains the sub stereotype External BlockInterface. You can create additional sub stereotypes or user-defined properties. Properties do not have to be created separately for each sub-stereotype, since the properties are passed on from the main stereotype.
Context menu commands
With the context menu commands, you can edit interfaces, share them, create revisions, and much more. The following shortcut menu commands are available for interfaces:
Opens the editing dialog in write mode.
Change state the state of the interface without opening the editing dialog.
Creates another interface to the interface.
Opens a selection dialog where all diagrams containing the interface are displayed. If you select a diagram and click OK, the diagram opens.
Deletes the interface from the project. The action cannot be undone.