System Composer™ allocations allow you to establish a directed relationship from architectural elements in one model — such as components, ports, and connectors — to architectural elements in another model.
You can use allocations to establish relationships from software components to hardware components and to indicate deployment strategies. You can allocate different instances of components, ports, and connectors and use allocations to perform various analyses, for example, resource-based allocation analysis. Use stereotypes on allocations to extend the modeling language and capture metadata on the relationship between model elements to map from one environment to another.
|Create new allocation set (Since R2020b)
|Load allocation set (Since R2020b)
|Open allocation set in Allocation Editor (Since R2020b)
|Open allocation editor (Since R2020b)
|Close allocation set (Since R2020b)
|Close all open allocation sets (Since R2020b)
|Find loaded allocation set (Since R2020b)
|Save allocation set as file (Since R2020b)
|Synchronize changes of models in allocation set (Since R2020b)
|Create new empty allocation scenario (Since R2020b)
|Delete allocation scenario (Since R2020b)
|Get allocation scenario (Since R2020b)
|Create new allocation (Since R2020b)
|Delete allocation (Since R2020b)
|Get allocation between source and target elements (Since R2020b)
|Get allocation source (Since R2020b)
|Get allocation target (Since R2020b)
|Remove model element (Since R2019a)
|Create and manage model-to-model allocations (Since R2020b)
- Create and Manage Allocations Interactively
Create and manage model-to-model allocations interactively on the model canvas.
- Create and Manage Allocations Programmatically
Create and manage model-to-model allocations using programmatic interfaces.
- Establish Traceability Between Architectures and Requirements
Link between architectures and requirements to show traceability.