UML: classes in "the cut"


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Hello!

I'm in UML, a complete layman, but I want to try to use it to illustrate the use of some framework. The problem is as follows. The framework itself is great, and his classes have many fields. Of course, to see all this meat on the same graph I do not need. What I need is a set of graphs, each of which reflects some important aspect of the framework. In this framework, the classes in these diagrams should display all its operations and attributes, but only those that have an important meaning in the context of the specified dimension. Tell me whether UML is explicitly and is there a tool that can do that?

2007 tried Visio and Enterprise Architect but was not able to achieve this functionality by other means except by creation of separate classes for each chart (which, as I understand it, does not fit with the principles of UML).

Danke in advance.
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Well, maybe You don't need UML, and something from the IDEF?
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Spelled out, for example: it is not necessary to show all parts of the construct in every occurrence
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What about the tools do not understand the question and draw what you want, at least on paper
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In such cases, for example, you can use the UMLet plugin for Eclipse.
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