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Hello,

Very interesting topic!
For I have been looking for a standard document to use with my diagrams.

I would like to add an information about SRS and SDD.
They're apparently also part of a US military standard called MIL-STD-498.
Along with SRS and SDD there are also other requirements documents like the SSS (System/Subsystem Specification).
The SSS is more general and is maybe better for C-Req.
I found those documents there :
http://www.pogner.demon.co.uk/mil_498/
The chapters are described, which make a little easier to understand what's behind the title...

Anyway, a SRS and SDD template would be most excellent!

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General Board / Re: link a element to a diagram
« on: March 19, 2008, 08:01:50 am »
Sorry I missed the important part.
Yes it did the trick. :)

Patrick

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General Board / Re: link a element to a diagram
« on: March 19, 2008, 05:46:14 am »
David,

Thank you for your answer.
Indeed I didn't search that far back in time.
This thread helped me out :
http://www.sparxsystems.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.cgi?num=1119005986/0#0

Patrick

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General Board / Re: link a element to a diagram
« on: March 18, 2008, 04:18:33 am »
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You can also right-click the parent and choose Advanced | Composite Element from the context menu. This is more restrictive in some ways, but provides a visual cue to the 'child' diagram in many cases.

Hello,

I'm facing a similar problem.
I've successfully created a child to my activity element with the "Composite Element" action.
Now this child will also be linked elsewhere in the diagram (in fact it will be also in another diagram).

I'm wondering how I can point to this child from an other activity element?

If I use the "Composite Element" again, it will create a new element and I don't see anything from there to point to my previous child.

Thank you!
Patrick

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Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / MDG Doors : Activex problem
« on: November 19, 2007, 08:29:41 am »
Hello,

I'm trying the EA import from Doors and I have an ActiveX error :
MDG_Connect : ActiveX component can't create object

I installed both latest trial versions of EA and DOORS MDG Link on the computer where I have Doors 8.0.
I followed the tutorial provided with Doors MDG Link.
The error happens after I selected the module under EA and pressed OK for the import.

I'm not familiar with ActiveX...Is there a debug process to understand where it's coming from?
Any idea?

Thank you
Patrick

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