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Suggestions and Requests / Re: CVS support
« on: January 19, 2004, 11:35:13 am »
I agree completely.  The SCC is kind of annoying to setup at times, and tends to be unstable (at least Igloo seems to have some problems).

General Board / Re: Hurray to Sparx, erm Sparks
« on: May 25, 2004, 12:54:28 pm »
It's complety nonsensical IMHO to change the standard notation in order to support an inferior tool (especially the one that gives you thorns).

If it were that difficult to resize the other tools would have the same problem.   EA doesn't seem to have that problem.  OMG must be in bed with that other nameless company.

General Board / Internal Hyperlinks
« on: May 25, 2004, 12:43:13 pm »
Is there a way (in EA 3.6 or 4.0) to create an internal hyperlink?  I have a sequence diagram that repeats a method call, and it's sub calls  in two places.  I would like to break that method's sub calls it's own diagram.

Then, the higher level diagram would simply show the call to the method (and not the subcalls).  I would then like to be able to create an internal link on the diagram which would open up the sequence diagram for that method call.

Is this possible?

General Board / Version Control & Repositories
« on: January 13, 2004, 02:54:53 pm »
I know this is a broad question, but i'm struggling with how to use version control in conjunction with a sql server repository.

I've got Igloo setup, and i've managed to version control a package.  However, i'm unsure how this works for multiple users.  The CVS repository is local to my machine, so how is some other user supposed to see the same revision history as i do?

I was also unable to checkout an arbitrary version of the package as well.

If you have any information or insight into this, it would be well appreciated.

Uml Process / Re: UML 2 Templates
« on: June 27, 2005, 08:09:12 am »
I'm struggling with this as well.   I've also noticed that EA (at least 4.5) does not support parameterizing interfaces (which is perfectly legal in java, and in c++ corresponds to a pure virtual template).  I basically have 2 degenerate interfaces, and a third interface which takes 2 type parameters, which are bounded by the 2 degenerate interfaces.  I then have an implementation class which fills these in:

public interface LoadBalancedObject { }

public interface LoadBalancingContext { }

public interface LoadBalancingPolicy<O extends LoadBalancedObject, C extends LoadBalancedContext> {
   O pick(O[] objects, C context);

And then the implementation classes:

public class RoundRobinLoadBalancingContext
   implements LoadBalancingContext {
   private LoadBalancedObject previous;

public class RoundRobinLoadBalancingPolicy
   implements LoadBalancingPolicy<LoadBalancedObject,
                              RoundRobinLoadBalancingContext> {

There doesn't seem to be any way to effectively represent this in EA that i can find.

Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / Java Code Generation Problems
« on: February 10, 2004, 07:13:12 am »
Does anyone know how to change the Java code generation to not use the View name as part of the generated "package" statement in the java file?

For example, if I put classes under the "Static Model" view, when i generate classes, the package statement is generated similar to the following:

package Static;

I've looked under the code generation templates, but have had no luck.

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