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Messages - Geert Bellekens

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EA SQL == MS Access SQL.

Google has all the answers.

Geert

2
Check the xmi export, or the feature to export the diagram image map from the cache.

Geert

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I'm not sure the saved dimensions have any relation the internal location units.

Geert

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PackageID is not the same as ElementID.
You have to use Package.Element.ElementID

Geert

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General Board / Re: View indexes script
« on: January 18, 2018, 03:59:11 pm »
I don't know what "materialized views" are, but here's an example on how to create indexed views in SQL server.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/relational-databases/views/create-indexed-views

Geert

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General Board / Re: Unlock a Block element
« on: January 18, 2018, 03:30:55 pm »
You have probably turned on security, and someone else locked that element.
Search for "Manage Locks" to be able to remove the lock.

Geert

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Bugs and Issues / Re: Sequence diagram : parameter visibility
« on: January 18, 2018, 01:41:00 am »
"full details" means something like [parameterName: parameterType]

Geert

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Your inner join with tEndObj will exclude any objects that don't have a parent object.
changing that to a left join might bring up the missing records.

Geert

 :-\ Damn, now I did it anyway ;D

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You can, but prepare to get dirty -> simulating mouseclicks and keypresses  :o

One the examples I found here: http://www.sparxsystems.com/forums/smf/index.php/topic,4363.msg120072.html#msg120072

Geert

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General Board / Re: View indexes script
« on: January 17, 2018, 06:38:05 pm »
I didn't know Views had indexes.  They use indexes (in the underlying tables), but don't have any themselves.  Even "Materialized" Views aren't Views, per se, but dynamic tables.

Paolo

"Have" might be the wrong term, but you can create indexes on views, yes.
Here's an explanation about that: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1721448/how-do-indexes-work-on-views

And since in EA indexes are stored as part of the table/view I guess you could say a view "has" an index.

Geert

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General Board / Re: View indexes script
« on: January 17, 2018, 05:20:15 pm »
Rupert,

Do you mean the indexes like the ones on tables?
These are stored as operations.
See https://github.com/GeertBellekens/Enterprise-Architect-Add-in-Framework/blob/master/EAAddinFramework/Databases/Index.cs for a wrapper class.

Geert

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It would take a real "Sherlock Holmes" effort to find why the two queries are producing different results.
And not a very fun effort at that.

Sorry I pass :-\

But it is a fact that the new query is 100 x more readable then the old one.

Geert

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Could somebody tell me, why it is better to use PutDiagramImageOnClipboard to PutDiagramImageToFile? Is it just because of working memory?

I don't think it's better, I think it's much worse. I hate it when programs hijack my clipboard. >:(
But it might indeed be faster then using the file approach.

Geert

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Daniel,

If you export you UML profile from the package instead of the diagram the order in the project browser will be used instead of the z-order.
That is my preferred way of working.

No, I don't know of another way to verify the results.

Geert

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You can manipulate the color by setting the default color of your stereotype element, and then make sure you include the appearance when saving your UML profile.

Geert

PS. Are you sure you are extending the Archimate stereotype correctly? I seem to remember that you need to use the base metaclass as well.

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