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General Board / Re: Predefined Tagged Values for Requirements
« on: February 03, 2018, 08:59:29 am »
I guess the answer is still the same: create a MDG.

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It appears that the datastore is just a <<datastore>> stereotyped Object. I cross checked with the table contents (and visually).

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In which toolbox do you find that datastore?

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Uml Process / Re: Partition of Sub-Classes - Generalization Set
« on: February 01, 2018, 07:33:51 am »
There is something, but I never have been in that area. I know that Paolo is an expert here and probably he'll chip in to support you.

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Bugs and Issues / Re: User guide API documentation not navigable
« on: January 31, 2018, 10:21:27 am »
When I'm on the road at dawn and see someone flash the lights I think WTF? When I see a second one doing that I start thinking. And if my lights are not already turned on (which I might have realized now) I start thinking about having a look after my lights soon. Sometimes it's not all those idiots outside being wrong  :-X

To be precise here: this is meant towards Sparx, not Uffe!

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3. you can add Repository.EnsureOutputVisible ("System")

not sure about that VB syntax here...

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Hehe. EA is not only unique in its user interface but also in its documentation.  The people from planet Sparx have a different mindset than us common earthlings.

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You need to write an add-in for that (or use Geert Bellekens' EA-Matic). There's a broadcast event which tells you that an element has changes and you can do further action.

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General Board / Re: Auto-numbering based on stereotype
« on: January 30, 2018, 09:48:45 am »
Maybe. But there's no market place for such things. You can define auto-numbers in EA, but it's a bit limited (Project/Settings/Auto...).

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General Board / Re: Requirements in EA or Doors?
« on: January 30, 2018, 09:46:52 am »
It depends...

EA is rather sloppy when it comes to identifiers of requirements. And you want to have them for your customer, the testers, etc. You can pimp EA with self-written add-ins to provide you with that (requires some work). But although DOORS has never left the stone age it's probably the better choice to give you those IDs. EA has an MDG to import DOORS data. That works rather well, though I also used my own importer here to do some magic synch.

I remember something called RAQuest which improves RM with pure EA, but I have no experience with that (it's from Sparx Japan).

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Bugs and Issues / Re: Performance with MySQL database
« on: January 30, 2018, 07:41:45 am »
Probably you could find some benchmark tools to test it. Or you write a small one which issues lots of tiny and a few large queries (on client and on server side) to trace the problem down. But you'd best be served with a local DBA or MySQL expert at your premises.

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I don't think I get what you're really after, but this is what I did: Requirements go into two main packages, namely Functional and Non-Functional. Functional requirements will be sorted into sub-packages resembling identified use cases and will be linked with <<trace>>. The Non-Functional is more or less fixed subdivided into sub-packages you can find with a google for "non-functional requirement" and will end up in something like Performance, Legal, Security, etc. There's a bunch of possibilities but it will sort out into a dozen or so depending on the system under consideration. Whether or not you use some external RM tool depends (on the requirements :-).

I never found structuring requirements very useful, but I stayed rather with the flat structure described above. So I never had a super-requirement that links sub-requurements. Instead the identification of its system-relation and placing it near the right use case was more important. Non-Functional ones of course are not linked to any single use case but have a more general use and thus end up to be linked with lots of use cases.

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That was a quick one. I assume a mixed display of elements and diagrams would not be possible?

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Note that this is a help place for EA issues, not for Excel. You should ask the guys at StackOverflow.

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Except for using a smart add-in I'd have no idea. Paolo (IIRC) asked for more flexibility in the input of a search (like to have more than one input field). I guess a "real" smart solution is something you can't expect from down-under. Most times it's like "Oh, I have a nice hammer here. Let's see how we can use it for cooking."

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