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I guess the reason is simply that returning the nested packages would also bear the need for the structure of those. So you'd parse either way. Write a wrapper that returns a collection of nested packages in the order you want it.

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7982
You can read all tables via Repository.SQLQuery("SELECT ... ")

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7983
lol - would have been nice to recognize that in your reply above. Next time then  ;)

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7984
In the referenced thread you ask about the diagram image. So what do you mean by "image manager"?

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7985
You need to access t_image with a query. Use something like
Code: [Select]
Repository.SQLQuery("SELECT * FROM t_image WHERE ...");
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7987
You can use an obfuscation tool to make the repository anonymous. You can get that tool on request. Just send the repository then and they will work on it. They won't need the svn repository on first hand.

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7988
You should report that as bug to Sparx. Which VC do you use?

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7989
Well, a gem is something precious. This is more like something from Pandora's box.

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7990
OMG

It's stored in t_xref >:(

Look out for Description like @PROP=@NAME=isUnique@ENDNAME;@TYPE=Boolean@ENDTYPE;@VALU=1@ENDVALU;@PRMT=@ENDPRMT;@ENDPROP; where @VALU=1@ENDVALU; means AllowDuplicates is on and =0 that it's off.

Aaaaarggggghhhhh

VALU what language ist that? Ah! Of course Sparxian. I forgot they come from another planet. So t_xref is now obvious.

Please excuse me for a moment. I have to go out of the door and cry.

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7991
Oh, you're right. It's in t_connector.SourceStyle as an attribute and in the column t_attribute. AllowDuplicates.

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7992
This is stored somewhere in the registry (AFAIR). Compare the export of HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Sparx Systems\EA400\EA\OPTIONS before and after changing the options.

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7993
I never use it, but there are some threads talking about this (where Helmut Ortmann replied). IIRC the scripts can not be added to a certain group when put in a MDG.

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P.S. http://www.sparxsystems.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.cgi?num=1404908061/0#0

7994
The only way you can achieve what you want it to compile the scripts and bind them via a DLL. Sure it would be nice to have some protected scripting area for MDGs, but there isn't any.

Ask skiwi about the success factor of writing feature requests.+

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7995
I guess this has been clarified meanwhile (via PM)?

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