The <linkParam> Element

Definition and Usage

The <linkParam> element is used to attribute a value to a parameter defined by the <connectorParam> element of the <causalConnector> element referred by the parent <link> element. The scope of the attributed value is the whole parent <link> element.

In a <linkParam> element, the name attribute refers to the name of a connector parameter while the value attribute defines a value to assigned to this parameter.


Element Attributes Content Parent
<linkParam> name, value <link>


Name Value Description
name It may receive any string value that begins with a letter or an underscore and that only contains letters, digit, “.”, and “_”. The name attribute uniquely identifies the parameter within the referred <causalConnector> element.
value Depends on the parameter defined by the <connectorParam> element. The value attribute defines a value for the parameter. The value is thus valid for the whole <link> definition.
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