Note: There is a newer version of this specification see VEC 2.0.2
A Routing is the assignment of a RoutableElement (Connection or WireElementReference) to a path in the topology.
Specifies a unique identification of the Routing. The identification is guaranteed to be unique within the RoutingSpecification.
Allows the specification of an explanation why this routing has been routed in a special way.
Specifies that routing has been created in a special way. This means it has not been calculated in the standard way, because for some reason the result of the standard calculation has been inconvenient.
|RoutableElement||routedElement||1||0..*||Specifies the Element that is routed.|
|TopologySegment||mandatorySegment||0..*||0..*||Specifies some constraints for the routing. If the path of the routing is recalculated the referenced segments must be visited.|
|Path||path||1||0..1||Specifies a Path on the topology that is used for the routing.|
|RoutingSpecification||1||routing||0..*||Specifies the Routings described by the RoutingSpecification.|