mlreportgen.finder.Result (MATLAB Report Generator)
Search result for stereotypes
Search result object for information about a stereotype in a profile in a given System Composer™ architecture model.
systemcomposer.rptgen.finder.StereotypeResult class is a
creates a search result
object for a stereotype found by a
result = StereotypeResult
method of the
systemcomposer.rptgen.finder.StereotypeFinder class creates objects of this type
for each stereotype that it finds. You do not need to create this object yourself.
Object — Universal unique identifier of result element
Universal unique identifier (UUID) of result element, returned as a string.
Name — Name of stereotype
Name of stereotype, specified as a string. This property must be a valid MATLAB® identifier.
Icon — Icon for stereotype
Icon for stereotype, specified as a
mlreportgen.dom.Image (MATLAB Report Generator) object.
Parent — Stereotype from which stereotype inherits properties
Stereotype from which stereotype inherits properties, specified as a
Description — Description text for stereotype
Description text for stereotype, specified as a string.
AppliesTo — Element type to which stereotype can be applied
"" (default) |
Element type to which stereotype can be applied, specified as one of these options:
""to apply stereotype to all element types
"Function", which is only available for software architectures
"Requirement", to be used with Requirements Toolbox™
"Link", to be used with Requirements Toolbox
Properties — Properties
Properties contained in stereotype and inherited from the stereotype base hierarchy, returned as a structure with fields:
Name, returned as a string.
Type, returned as a string.
Index, returned as an integer.
Unit, returned as a string.
DefaultValue, returned as a string.
Tag — Tag to associate with result
Tag to associate with result, specified as a string. This property allows you to attach additional information to a result. You can set this property to any value that meets your requirements.
|Get stereotype reporter|
Introduced in R2022b