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I can't see a way via standard Sparx SQL schema or the automation interface. You could use your databases built in schema (depending upon your database) to query active users. Which database are you using ?

You know the issue is not just limited to UML. Its the difference between 'Modeling' and 'Drawing'.

Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / Re: RunModelSearch
« on: February 13, 2013, 04:58:59 am »
Can you not select a package using the automation interface - that way #branch# should work - it feels like its half way there - it would be a useful feature....

Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / RunModelSearch
« on: February 13, 2013, 03:56:19 am »

Is it possible to use RunModelSearch from the automation interface to run a model search and send the result to a file ?

It looks from the docs that output will always go to the Model Search screen ?



the simple way is to edit the bmpn mdg xml file directly adding your new tagged values to the activity stereotype. you could then change its version no so users can activate it and deactivate the default sparx bpmn mdg.

No. The html for the image is generated automatically by sparx and there is no associated template. Shame as i'd like to add a tooltip with the notes for when you hover over...perhaps a feature request...

Thanks, i suspected as much.

@Sparx - a bit poor that you can retreive a collection via the query, but then can't delete elements in the collection !!??? At the very least you should update your documentation to highlight this ommision. Again it a bit poor that i can invoke the method but the only error message is an "internal application exception". Whilst i'm complaining :-) you might also want to make the doc wording for Delete and DeleteAt consistent. Its not currently. Delete implies the arg is an ID DeleteAt an index. Are they not both an index ?




I've got a Collection of Elements by running the repository.GetElementsByQuery. This works fine i have a collection with the element i want in it.

I then try to invoke Collection.Delete or DeleteAt - both give me an "internal application exception". So how do i delete an Element ?

Does delete not work against a collection retreived via a query ?

Any ideas ? Is there a common/known reasons for this error when deleting ?

Appreciate any help,



Got it, thanks.


Is there a way via the automation interface to Add Related Elements to a diagram ? I'd then want to apply a Layout, again is there method to apply a layout ?




Really hoped this had been finally solved. I'm using 9.31 and i'm facing the age old problem of a repeating header on a table that i don't want. Followed all the normal guidelines by can't seem to solve...see segment of template below...i'm guessing it may have something to do with the fact that i'm only including the connector target element in the table ???

connector >
target >
element >
....the table...2 by 2 with header row (set to header)
< element
< connector

? Any ideas - known bug (still?)



No. Been discussed before, feature request raised etc....ties in with this recent post Issue is that sparx creates the #IMAGE# block of your html internally, ie you can't use a template to inject tooltips etc into the html associated with the #IMAGE# (essentially the graphic with html map/area associated with it)...

Thanks both for your responses. Ill check out the query approach...


Has anyone else noticed a marked performance difference using the Java API's Collection.GetByName as opposed to Iterating through the Collection. I want to do the latter as i want to compare Alias not Name fields. However the interator approach appears to run an order of magnitude slower (5 mins to update 2000 elements usign GetByName - over an hour using an iterator).

Any advice appreciated....



Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / Re: Model Profile View
« on: February 07, 2013, 04:44:00 am »

You need to look at Model Documents. You can create a Model Document to output to html. A model document can use a "Model Search" (again check out the help) to pull back specific packages to be included in your html. As Geert suggests you may want to add a tagged value to the document, which can then be queried in your model search - you may find that simply setting the package status and querying this will help.



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