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erwin Evolve 2020.1.1 - User Guide

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Getting Started Creating Sites and Pages Data Layout Options Filtering Data Property Groups Data Visualizations Displaying Diagrams Using Web Modeler Automatic Diagrams (Diagram Designer) Navigating your Site Workflow Explained Social Interaction Features Questionnaires Reference Configuration and Administration Customizing Your Site Troubleshooting Upgrading

Advance Filtering

Advance Filtering

Filter by Base Object 

Filter by Base Object [2018.0.1+]

Use the base object for this diagram as a filter at a lower level in the diagram query.

On each Association node there is a checkbox. When checked, the only object that will appear on the diagram at this level is the base object (if it is among the objects of this level).

In the following example, on the 3rd level (Transition State - Capability), if “Filter by Base Object” is checked, only the Capability for which this diagram is generated (Base Object) will appear.

 

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Intersection Object Filter

Intersection Object Filter 

Intersection Object Filter [2018.0.1+]

As the name suggests, the Intersection Object Filter, allows filtering at the Intersection level.

Filters are provided against the Intersection Object's property values.

The syntax of the filter is SQL-like.
As can be seen in the following examples (be aware of the spaces):

•  TRANSITIONSTATES LIKE ‘TS%’

•  TRANSITIONSTATES NOT LIKE ‘%SEND’

•  TRANSITIONSTATES IN (‘TS1’,’TS2’)

•  TRANSITIONSTATES NOT IN (‘TS3’,’TS4’)

•  TRANSITIONSTATES = ‘TS1’

•  TRANSITIONSTATES >= ‘TS1’

 Additionally more complex scenarios can be provided using variables:

TRANSITIONSTATES LIKE ‘%{ACRONYM}%’

In the following example, on the last level, we show Applications that are associated to Capabilities and the Intersection Object’s property “TRANSITIONSTATES” (which is the property ScriptName) contains a specific string. The variable value used is taken from the first object of the branch (starting from the top of the diagram and moving down) that has the propertyname which is enclosed in curly braces (in this example, ACRONYM). In this case, the value is taken from the second level where we have the "Transition States" that have a property called “ACRONYM” (with values TS1, TS2 etc.).

 

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