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General Board / Re: Traceability of Instances
« Last post by ronald1705 on Today at 12:53:29 am »
Oh, that was easy.
Thank you!
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I am migrating 2 version controlled repositories to 1 version controlled repository. With Version Control I used export/import model branch. This worked fine. Both repositories are now in 1 repository.
 
But... when opening and comparing diagrams the imported diagram is different. Elements have another position and beautified connectors are gone/straitened. :-[

Is there a way to overcome this?

Brgds René
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General Board / Re: Traceability of Instances
« Last post by Geert Bellekens on Today at 12:27:22 am »
Ronald,

Check the options in the traceability view. One of them allows instance/classifier navigation.

Geert
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Bugs and Issues / Re: Legend and inherited tagged values
« Last post by Geert Bellekens on Today at 12:26:18 am »
No, it doesn't work like that.
The same issue with instances.

You can send in a feature request though

Geert
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Bugs and Issues / Legend and inherited tagged values
« Last post by ingaf on Today at 12:07:14 am »
I have modeled a class "Master" with tagged value "ArchitectureLevel" giving the value "system"

Then i have a child class "Child" (specialization) that inherit this tagged value

If i place a legend with the Filter:
TaggedValue.ArchitectureLevel
Value: system

and give them a nice formatting. For The "Master" Class the formatting style appears. The "Child" Class won't change the color.  :(

Is it a bug? Or is it a "Feature"?

How to solve my formatting issue?
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General Board / Traceability of Instances
« Last post by ronald1705 on February 20, 2018, 11:50:25 pm »
Hello,

Iīm trying  to use Enterprise Architect to draw block diagramms of electronic circuits.
In order to not draw objects again and again I created a library of the uses parts. For example letīs say a controller.
In the block diagramm I then create an instance of that controller.

My problem is, that I donīt see a way to find the original object from the instance, when I donīt know where it is in my project tree.
The same goes the other way around. I canīt find a way to see all instances of an object, when Iīm looking at the library. This would be usefull if I would like to know where the controller is used.

Am I doing something wrong or is this just not possible in EA?

Many thanks in advance,
Ronald
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try giving your result a name

e.g.
Select Count(*) as totalCount from ...

The error you are seeing is a problem related to XML, not a problem with the SQL

(but you should still leave out the single quotes when dealing with integers even though this syntax error seems to be ignored by the database you are using)

Geert
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General Board / Re: EA refuses to show diagrams
« Last post by qwerty on February 20, 2018, 11:06:46 pm »
Not that I've ever experienced this, but is there any possible correlation with the number of elements shown on those diagrams?

q.
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