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Suggestions and Requests / Re: RTF Reporting for requirements enhancement
« on: October 22, 2007, 07:06:00 am »
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Edit the styles in your RTF template to include indenting.
...
I do this all the time and it works great!
:o

Hi Erixon,

how did you edit the Styles with indenting?

Everytime I try this, the result is even worse!
I post the Version of my Template:


snip - I will use glowing Text for marking the Tags!

[glb]package >[/glb]{Pkg.Name}
{Pkg.Notes}
[glb]package element >
requirement >[/glb]
1. {ElemRequirement.Name}
   {ElemRequirement.Notes}
[glb]< requirement
external requirements >[/glb]
1. {ElemExtRequirement.Name}
   {ElemExtRequirement.Notes}
[glb]< external requirements
< package element
element >[/glb]
INDENT---1.0 {Element.FullName}
INDENT-------{Element.Notes}
[glb]requirement >[/glb]
INDENT------1.0.0 {ElemRequirement.Name}
INDENT------------{ElemRequirement.Notes}
[glb]< requirement
external requirements >[/glb]
INDENT-------1.0.0 {ElemExtRequirement.Name}
INDENT-------------{ElemExtRequirement.Notes}
[glb]< external requirements
child elements >
< child elements
< element
child packages >
< child packages
< package[/glb]

snap


Unfortunately I haven't ftp-space to show you an output  :(
You can believe me: The result has absolutely nothing to do with this above! :o :o :o

Personaly my biggest problem is, that I have to document a complex piece of software, which is spreaded over 7 levels packages and 5 levels underlying requirements... :(

Perhaps someone can share a rtf-template with me... ?

Thanks for all in advance

Marc

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...This sounds serious, and should be brought to Sparx' attention. ...


Hi Midnight,

thanks for your quick reply! I wasn't online here since your posting...

As I realized yet, I've had made a mistake in Report-Design, so this seems to be the reason for the crashes!  :-[

bye
Marc

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Suggestions and Requests / [BUG in 7.0.817?] RTF-Dokumentation kills EA
« on: October 12, 2007, 01:04:26 am »
Hi!

I try to develop an RTF-Template for a relative complex EA-Project. We work also with the RaQuest Tool.

Everytime I start the Generation with the USeCase-Package highlighted EA Crashes!  >:(

Has anyone an Idea, how to export the RTF-Template to post it here? ???

Thanks for suggestions in advance

Marc

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General Board / ORM & buying possibilities in europe
« on: January 27, 2003, 01:56:59 pm »
Hi,

Just downloaded for testing. I am looking for such a tool to learn UML. I am not a bussiness so it's my pocket money. :)

Is there a way to have a profile to do Object role modeling as discribed in Visio Enterprise architect, way out off my budget. :P Visual studio.net Professional was already a killer for my wallet.

Or an alternative to reach the same result.

Wanted to buy but none off your online stores have a direct number to call published any Nr. I could call here in Europe

Thx
Marc


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Bugs and Issues / [BUG] RTF-Reporting Models with 9+ Levels
« on: November 12, 2007, 12:58:22 am »
Hi folks,

we work on a UseCase model which is more than 9 Levels deep and have Requirements (using RaQuest) linked to the UseCases which are also more than 9 Levels deep.

Now to the Problem:
We're trying to generate a complete documentation document which should include all UC with all linked requirements formatted like the treeview in the Project Browser.



This is the testing rtf-Template,
try it on a requirement tree with 5 Levels...
The deepest level is formatted with heading 9 :o


Everytime i'm trying to generate Reports I have the Problem, that the Formatting levels jump more quickly than the levels in the Project Browser do.

Has anyone an Idea or any suggestions? ???

I will try any Idea because of I NEED a solution! Even an only indented Version of my requirements will fit my needs... Please Help!

Thanks in advance for any hint!!!

best regards
Marc


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