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+// Copyright (c) 2005 DMTF. All rights reserved.
+ [Association, Abstract, Aggregation, Version ( "2.6.0" ),
+ UMLPackagePath ( "CIM::Policy" ),
+ Description (
+ "PolicyActions may be aggregated into rules and into compound "
+ "actions. PolicyActionStructure is the abstract aggregation "
+ "class for the structuring of policy actions." )]
+class CIM_PolicyActionStructure : CIM_PolicyComponent {
+
+ [Aggregate, Override ( "GroupComponent" ),
+ Description (
+ "PolicyAction instances may be aggregated into either "
+ "PolicyRule instances or CompoundPolicyAction instances." )]
+ CIM_Policy REF GroupComponent;
+
+ [Override ( "PartComponent" ),
+ Description (
+ "A PolicyAction aggregated by a PolicyRule or CompoundPolicyAction."
+ )]
+ CIM_PolicyAction REF PartComponent;
+
+ [Description (
+ "ActionOrder is an unsigned integer \'n\' that indicates "
+ "the relative position of a PolicyAction in the sequence "
+ "of actions associated with a PolicyRule or "
+ "CompoundPolicyAction. When \'n\' is a positive integer, "
+ "it indicates a place in the sequence of actions to be "
+ "performed, with smaller integers indicating earlier "
+ "positions in the sequence. The special value \'0\' "
+ "indicates \'don\'t care\'. If two or more PolicyActions "
+ "have the same non-zero sequence number, they may be "
+ "performed in any order, but they must all be performed "
+ "at the appropriate place in the overall action sequence. \n"
+ "\n"
+ "A series of examples will make ordering of PolicyActions "
+ "clearer: \n"
+ "o If all actions have the same sequence number, "
+ "regardless of whether it is \'0\' or non-zero, any order "
+ "is acceptable. \n"
+ "o The values: \n"
+ "1:ACTION A \n"
+ "2:ACTION B \n"
+ "1:ACTION C \n"
+ "3:ACTION D \n"
+ "indicate two acceptable orders: A,C,B,D or C,A,B,D, \n"
+ "since A and C can be performed in either order, but only "
+ "at the \'1\' position. \n"
+ "o The values: \n"
+ "0:ACTION A \n"
+ "2:ACTION B \n"
+ "3:ACTION C \n"
+ "3:ACTION D \n"
+ "require that B,C, and D occur either as B,C,D or as "
+ "B,D,C. Action A may appear at any point relative to B, "
+ "C, and D. Thus the complete set of acceptable orders is: "
+ "A,B,C,D; B,A,C,D; B,C,A,D; B,C,D,A; A,B,D,C; B,A,D,C; "
+ "B,D,A,C; B,D,C,A. \n"
+ "\n"
+ "Note that the non-zero sequence numbers need not start "
+ "with \'1\', and they need not be consecutive. All that "
+ "matters is their relative magnitude." )]
+ uint16 ActionOrder;
+
+
+};