Package Contents

When you select a Storage and a Package in the Registry Browser, the first four tabs in the lower half of the Reusable Asset Service view are updated with information from the Package. The Contents tab lists the diagrams and elements (including child Packages) held in the selected Package, listing the two types of object separately.  You can organize the information within a column into alphabetical or reverse-alphabetical order for ease of reference, and use the Filter bar to filter the display to show only items with values containing specific characters or digits.

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Content Type

Click on this button to toggle between listing the Package diagrams first and listing the Package elements first.

 

 

Toggle Filter Bar

Right-click on the column headings and select this option to show or hide the Filter Bar on the display.

 

 

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Type in the appropriate characters to list only elements and diagrams that have that string of characters in the values in the corresponding column.

 

List Header

Content Type: Diagram

Content Type: Element

 

These are the headers for the two types of object listed in this tab.

Click on the appropriate expansion box to hide or show the list of diagrams or elements under the heading.

 

Name

Displays the name of the element or diagram available in the Package.

 

 

Type

Displays the type of the element or diagram, such as UseCase or Use Case Diagram.

 

 

GUID

Displays the Global Unique Identifier of the element or diagram.

 

 

Content Type

Displays the object type of the item - Element or Diagram.

 

 

Find in Project Browser

Right-click on an element or diagram line and select this option to see if the element or diagram also exists in your model and, if it does, to highlight it in the Project Browser.

 

 

View Diagram

Right-click on a diagram name and select this option to display the diagram within a labeled frame, as an image.

Alternatively, double-click on the diagram name.

 

 

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