How to dump constraints in a gendoc output.
Print the constraint between the relationship from within the referenced context.
Tool may be complex and hence best to not put in object class.
Constraint should be in a separate section.
Reference to context from within the constraint.
It was noted that there is no guideline for the name of a constraint. It was concluded that this should be UpperCamel case (as currently defined for xor).
Scott explained how Constraints are stored in the UML xmi file and how to extract the "Applied Contraints" using Gendoc.
The "Insert Constraints" fragment (provided by Scott Mansfield) was added to the Papyrus Guidelines.