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Create a Tagged Value with a colon segmented name mytags::xsd::elementtype
(colon separated names will display on their own Tab and Grouping spinner in the properties dialog )
Assign the tagged value as a filter in a legend. (auto color, apply fill)
Save .. it works at first
Reload .. the name of the tag in the filter will be truncated to the first part of the name-segment e.g TaggedValue.mytag
Legend then autocolor fails.

What I would like to be able to do is delete attributes of a class, after that class has been created via a transform.
But then, if I run the same transform again from the source, then I do not want the attributes that were deleted in the target to re-appear.
On the other hand, attributes in the target that have been altered in the source with a new name or type for example, should propagate to the target.

I am trying to create a common logical model, which is transformed into a set of interfaces that use selective subsets of the common model, but where common attributes should remain synchronized and common across all the target interfaces.

Is there a way to manipulate the template language for transforms to be able to achieve this result?


General Board / Create a link outside EA to a specific package inside EA?
« on: February 26, 2016, 05:40:37 pm »
I want to be able to email or IM a hyperlink to a specific package inside EA to a colleague.
Is there a simple protocol to do this?


This would enable elements that originate in other referenced packages to be color coded consistently and automatically.

Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / Convert To Instance via code
« on: September 02, 2015, 04:43:40 pm »
Does anyone know how to convert a class element to an Instance via code.. I am looking for a method equivalent to (diagram element right-click) "Advanced\Convert To Instance".
If there is no method(), are there a set of properties that could be set on an element to achieve the same result?

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