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Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / Re: Hiding Elements
« on: October 09, 2009, 09:37:42 am »
You can dock the search view and drag onto a diagram.

5807
Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / Re: Hiding Elements
« on: October 09, 2009, 09:05:20 am »
Thelonius, what I would recommend for that kind of presentation is creating multiple diagrams.  To take matters further you can create a slideshow to automatically move through a sequence of diagrams.  (Look at the model views window)  Is that the kind of feature you are looking for?

As for your comments on what EA is good for, yes we know.

5808
It could be a translation issue.  I would probably contact the Spanish distributors first, but I would be asking someone.

5809
The basic template does this.  It seems to have the complete table inside the section, so I would guess it's a style issue to make it a header.

5810
Try forcing .Net to run the garbage collector periodically.

GC.Collect();
GC.WaitForPendingFinalizers();

5811
From the automation it would go something like this:

Create an instance of EA.
Get the Repository.
Repository.OpenFile()
Repository.GetProjectInterface().RunHTMLReport().
Close model, EA.

5812
As I said in a reply to an email recently.

You can copy the column definition out from the primary key, then reference it from the primary key.

eg.
Code: [Select]
%if attName=="Idx"%
  PrimaryKey
  {
    Column
    {
            %TRANSFORM_CURRENT("alias","stereotype", "collection", "constant", "containment", "ordered", "static", "volatile")%
  
            $value=%EXEC_ADD_IN("xbadsl", "attTaggedValueFromGUID", attClassifierGUID,"SQLType")%
            type=%qt%%CONVERT_TYPE(genOptDefaultDatabase,$value)%%qt%            
      }
  }
%endIf%
Column
{  
  %TRANSFORM_CURRENT("alias","stereotype", "collection", "constant", "containment", "ordered", "static", "volatile")%
  
  $value=%EXEC_ADD_IN("xbadsl", "attTaggedValueFromGUID", attClassifierGUID,"SQLType")%
  type=%qt%%CONVERT_TYPE(genOptDefaultDatabase,$value)%%qt%
}

5813
Yes.

1. Look at View | Properties.
2. Look at EA.Element.

5814
No, it's not possible.

5815
The latest build should definitely solve your problem.

5817
Quote
Yes thank-you, but how do you add a tagged value to the Package itself, not the element within that package?
It's not adding tagged values to an element contained by that package.  Each package is represented by an element that contains all the general element properties.  This is where Aaron's example is adding a tagged value.

5818
Sorry, it's not currently possible.

I suggest that it's worth sending in a feature request.

5819
Iterate over the parameters collection and delete each one.

5820
The transform creates properties for public attributes.  If you want it to create properties for all attributes you'll need to modify the transform template.

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