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How to display a list of tables in a diagram

How to display a list of tables in a diagram

How to display a list of tables in a diagram

Hello. I have a model which has a list of diagrams. For each diagram I want to see the list of tables in that diagram - I currently have a list of all the tables from all diagrams, but I can't work out how to show just the tables for one diagram.

RE: How to display a list of tables in a diagram

Hello Biffi,

try this:
1. create computed read only extended attribute "Active Diagram Flag" with the Get method:

Function %Get%(obj)
   Dim tab, found
   found = false
   for each tab in ActiveDiagram.Symbols
      if tab.object = obj then
         found = true
         exit for  
      end if
  %Get% = found
End Function

2. Add the extended attribute into List of tables with operator "=" and expression "true"

3. Enable filter on the List of tables


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