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Messages - qwerty

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Hmmm.... This actually seems to work, on the basis that it went up by 1 when I added an object to one diagram ;)

Code: [Select]
SELECT COUNT(*)
FROM t_diagramobjects
INNER JOIN t_diagram ON t_diagramobjects.Diagram_ID = t_diagram.Diagram_ID
WHERE t_diagram.Package_ID IN (SELECT Package_ID from t_package where Package_ID in (#Branch#))

So, final question is: how do I reference (#Branch#) from e.g. the GUID of a specific package so I don't  have to select it in the browser?

Julian

That's not possible. The #Branch# only works for a selected package.

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@qwerty said "not in the scratchpad" - in fact that's where it does work :)

Next steps?

Gosh. They made it work there too 8)

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18
And also not in the "Search field". You have to create a custom SQL search (it's also in the help page you referenced).

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19
It's not that easy. Importing data into EA is one (easy) thing. But creating a useful layout is another one. This is very tricky and will take you quite some time to develop layout rules that you can code.

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You will have a hard time with just SQL. However, the EA SQL processor has a useful macro. Try

Code: [Select]
SELECT * from t_package where package_id in (#Branch#)
in a new query (not the SQL Scratch Pad). Also note that "Branch" is case sensitive (sic!).

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Yes, loosing information is awful. But M$-Access is notorious for wasting space in all circumstances. You need to run a DB compact every now and then to get rid of waste.

Strange though that Menu and Automation result in different size. Well, it's probably just "normal" EA behavior.

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22
Quite strange. Though I would not really care about the difference.

My 1st hard drive for my Atari ST had 32 MB. That time I would have cared. But now I have a little SSD with 256 GB (since more than 5 years and only 50% filled).

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The database has not been changed really since more than 10 years. Now set up a calculation for the change probability.

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You can only extend UML with a new MDG. There is no way to manipulate the build-in UML profile (because it's build-in...).

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EA does not do that. You could write a trigger to log a login. But there is no logoff mechanism. So you would need to script something based on a timeout. Does not sound enjoyable.

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Just deploy the new MDG and show the toolbox for it. Select the altered stereotype and from the context menu issue "Synch...". That should add the new TVs.

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Uml Process / Re: Modeling complex component associations and interfaces
« on: February 07, 2018, 07:55:20 pm »
No. I once wrote me a script to distribute ports evenly and also to align ports with opposite components. Worked a charm. However, things like crossing connections needed manual sorting at first hand (your first picture).

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28
those are pretty big languages
Not really. They are all LR(k) grammars and differ only slightly. Setting up  grammar from scratch is just stupid work and BNFs from such grammars are (more or less) freely available. Just that (most likely) EA wants the grammar itself to be of a certain flavor (BNF or EBNF, I don't know). But these are the tedious things users want to be saved from. So instead of hiding them (it's no rocket science you need to protect) it could as well be placed on github.

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General Board / Re: Displaying tags on connectors
« on: February 06, 2018, 08:25:39 am »
You would usually use the stereotype for that. It's possible to write shape script for connectors to adorn them with more complex graphics or text.

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30
Bugs and Issues / Re: Element operations window is invisible/hidden
« on: February 06, 2018, 08:24:03 am »
You should report that as bug using the link below in the Support section. Just reference your thread.

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