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I just went through it, and I'm pretty sure this is an EA bug you need to report (use the form below in the Support section and just reference this thread). When doing things in two steps (that is to have a first run creating elements/diagrams) and then a 2nd one to finally add the port it runs with no issue.

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You code has a few syntax errors where you use ->(roundBracket) instead of ->{curlyBracket} but I also see the update failure in the last call. Will have a coffee and start looking.

(I thought Windoof is only used in Germany?)

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I don't have any compiler on Windoze. The only thing I could do would be to run it with  EA's internal J(ava?)Script. But I'm not very fluent in that. So if you try that I could re-run it here to verify if it fails.

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Actually I did not compile your code, but mimicked it with a short Perl script (only the part where adding the diagram objects). And that worked well.

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I just tried these steps in V12 and had no issue. Which version are you using?

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P.S. you might want to update the question on SO as well.

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That just sounds weird. DiagamObjects are used to put existing element in a diagram. To create them you first have to create the elements.

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You should ask that on StackOverflow since it's a SQL question and not an EA specific.

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Bugs and Issues / Re: EA14: Font sizes - random ... ?
« on: July 20, 2018, 04:31:26 pm »
Place the image on a public server to host the image and use the link. But moreover: what are the steps to create the elements?

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How about EA's DDL script?

And (IIRC) there's an add-in called DBMode which is probably worth a look.

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Nice name xD

Just create this SQL search:
Code: [Select]
select Diagram_Type, count(*)  from t_diagram group by Diagram_Type
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General Board / Re: Changes in XSD export with EA 14?
« on: July 19, 2018, 11:19:04 pm »
EA has build-in scripting capabilities for JScript (or how that Java stuff is called) and VB (or how this variant is ever called correctly). You can further use any programming language you like and talk to EA via its API. You can click through EA's help for an API reference or (shameless self plug) refer to my Scripting book.

What you'd do (and I did that for a customer) is to get the focused XSD root and traverse its connections down your own rules. You can evaluate tagged values at your wish. Since XSD has no defined mapping to UML you need to setup some rules for that anyway (there are a couple of papers about UML-XSD mapping out there). Further to exporting XSD I also wrote an importer that could synch with the previously imported model.

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General Board / Re: Changes in XSD export with EA 14?
« on: July 19, 2018, 04:00:49 pm »
...or to create the XSD with a script. It's no witch work at all.

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I think the problem is buried in the 14. Bug report is my suggestion.

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General Board / Re: UI Language Help
« on: July 19, 2018, 01:35:54 am »
There is no GUI to change the language. It's something in EA's program folder responsible for it. So you're probably out of luck then.

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