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How to define an abstract property in UML class diagram design of Visual Studio 2012?
Posted 9-Oct-12 21:31pm
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Solution 1

I think that it's not possible to define an abstract property in UML class diagram of VS 2012. Instead of it, you must add an interface that's contains the property and all favorite classes implement it.
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Solution 2

hi
try this
 

if u consider the below as class diagram in UML using Rational Rose Software
-----------------------------------
|           <<abstract>>          |
|             MyClass             |
-----------------------------------
|<<property>> + a : int           |
|<<property>> + b : string        |
-----------------------------------
|<<abstract>> # Job() : void      |
|<<abstract>> # Job2() : string   |
|- SomeNonAbstractMethod() : void |
-----------------------------------
the Abstract Property will be specified as above
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