When you launch Astah System Safety, SCDLStereotypes.properties file is generated automatically under %USER_HOME%/.astah/systemsafety directory.
You can modify this SCDLStereotypes.properties file to customize stereotype information and its appearance. A big advantage of this is you can create a customized property file and distribute it within a team to use the same customized stereotypes.
Each line should start with an identifier for the stereotype you are defining.
You can find what properties can be defined and how from the table below.
|Key||Description||Required or Optional|
Enter stereotype name. You cannot use space.
Specify a name of its parent stereotype.
Enter a name of the parent stereotype name such as "SafetyRequirement". Use "RequirementType" if none.
Enter a name of the parent stereotype name such as "SafetyMechanism". Use "RequirementGroupType" if none.
Enter a name of the parent stereotype name. Use "ElementType" if none.
Set an abbreviation that appears on a diagram.
Set this as true if you'd like this stereotype to be added automatically every time you create new models (Requirements, RequirementGroups and Elements)
If you want to add a specific color to models when this stereotype is applied, set the RGB color code. (e.g: #FF0000 for red)
If you want to add a specific color to interaction lines when this stereotype is applied the requirement, set the RGB color code. (e.g: #FF0000 for red)
Specify the order of this stereotype to be displayed.
If this is an abstract stereotype that is specified as a parent of generalization relationship, set it as true.
When you set it as true, the stereotype will be invisible and it won't apply to any models.
There are pre-defined stereotypes in the SCDLStereotypes.properties file.
You can change the properties of those stereotypes excepts its name and general.