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How to filter data within object while generating a report using SoDA

How to filter data within object while generating a report using SoDA

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Hello,

I'm using Rational SODA for Word.
I would like to know if there is a way to filter data within an UML object when I generate a report.
the data within the UML objet is composed with comments and other data called constraint
these constraints are composed with an identifier in the first line and data in the next line


Documentation
----------------------------------------
| comments
|
| ID_02_52
| data of the constraint
|
| comments
----------------------------------------

(comments and constraints are separated by a jump of line)

Is it possible to filter these data using SODA and how ?

I've heard about "domains" but there is no real sample or tutorial to make it from A to Z ^_^

thanks in advance for you answer

regards,

FITOUR Laurent.


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