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Bugs and Issues / Re: BPMN 2.0 model - Legend gets lost
« on: May 21, 2014, 04:33:20 am »
Save the diagram before closing it

Bugs and Issues / Re: Failure on inserting an image on a diagram
« on: May 14, 2014, 05:36:15 am »
When creating the ODBC connection you have to configure it as ANSI. Don't use UNICODE.

My client has 100+ users and is using EA 12. He needs to set a tagvalue when the status of an element in a Kanban diagram changes.

Is it possible in version 12 to have an event listener or something like that that detects the element status change and execute some script?

Have in mind that there are many users and it is too time expensive to install an add-in in every computer.

The ideal solution is to use something similar to a Workflow script (that works completelly in EA without installing additional software).

Any idea?

Thanks in advance.

If I drag & drop an excel file (xlsx) to be included into the model as an internal document, is it possible to include the stored document as part of the RTF documentation as you can do with a Linked document?

I want to store excel files into the model, and include them into the generated documentation, but I can't find any section in the document template designer to include the content of the file.

I think part of the configuration is stored in the model database, so you can insert the suitable data directly on the database. But another part of the settings is per user, so I suppose it is stored in a local file, so if you set the local file properly you can set the version control settings for a user.

DiagramID property is Long type, but a connector can be shown in several diagrams, so it seems DiagramID is not the suitable way to find the diagram(s) in which a connector is shown.

You can create a connection to the Oracle server without having an ODBC declared in the Windows ODBC sources. This could be done when connecting to a database in EA. After doing that (and typing the server, username and password for the database) you can create a shortcut from "File/Save shortcut" and distribute the shortcut.

What if your create a Project browser group to locate your script so you can right-click the diagram on the project browser and run the script for the selected diagram?

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