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+// Copyright (c) 2005 DMTF. All rights reserved.
+ [Association, Version ( "2.7.0" ),
+ UMLPackagePath ( "CIM::Network::QoS" ),
+ Description (
+ "This association represents the binding, in the egress "
+ "direction, between a ProtocolEndpoint and the last "
+ "ConditioningService that processes packets before they leave a "
+ "network device (via that ProtocolEndpoint). This \'last\' "
+ "ConditioningService is ordinarily a scheduler, but it does not "
+ "have to be. There can be multiple \'last\' "
+ "ConditioningServices for an Endpoint (for example, in the case "
+ "of a fallback scheduler). Therefore, the cardinality for the "
+ "Dependent object reference remains 0..n. On the other hand, a "
+ "single ConditioningService cannot be the last one to process "
+ "packets for multiple Endpoints. So, the cardinality of the "
+ "Antecedent object reference is narrowed from 0..n to 0..1." )]
+class CIM_EgressConditioningServiceOnEndpoint : CIM_ServiceSAPDependency {
+
+ [Override ( "Antecedent" ),
+ Max ( 1 ),
+ Description (
+ "The ProtocolEndpoint through which traffic leaves a "
+ "network device." )]
+ CIM_ProtocolEndpoint REF Antecedent;
+
+ [Override ( "Dependent" ),
+ Description (
+ "The ConditioningService which ends the traffic "
+ "conditioning processing within a network device." )]
+ CIM_ConditioningService REF Dependent;
+
+
+};