Provide a mechanism to:
- Build new, more complex user types based on pre-existent, reusable Software Entities;
- Define relationships, either simple or multiple, between Software Entities.
A <user-type> in a <field-definition> is syntactically defined
according to one of the three rules stated below.
To embed the structure of another Software Entity:
To define a simple (one-to-one) relationship with another Software Entity:
To define a multiple (one-to-many) relationship with another Software Entity:
The syntactic mechanism provided by Sisendel to create different
types of logical connections between Software Entities does not
impose any particular predefined semantic constraint on the
type of connection applicable by the software production target
of the SoProTech[tm]. Actual mapping of Software Entity connections
onto connections in the target software language, or languages,
significantly depends on the target software language, and is for this
reason submitted by Sisendel to the molding stage of the SoProTech.
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