|Drill Down on Double Click [message #1220044]
||Mon, 09 December 2013 05:26
| Kunal Prasad
Registered: September 2009
I have a container node on which I would like to configure double click description for following behavior:
1. Open another layer in the same diagram presentation.
2. Open another presentation for the same model. [This is I guess already supported]
It will be great if someone can help me to achieve the first goal of opening a layer of same diagram using Sirius Viewpoint Specification Editor.
Thanks & Regards,
|Re: Drill Down on Double Click [message #1220085 is a reply to message #1220044]
||Mon, 09 December 2013 10:26
| Maxime Porhel
Registered: July 2009
Le 09/12/2013 11:26, Kunal Prasad a écrit :|
> I have a container node on which I would like to configure double click
> description for following behavior:
> 1. Open another layer in the same diagram presentation.
By default, the user can change the layers activation through the tabbar.
But you can create a Java service  to activate/deactivate a layer
and use it from a double clic description. You have to create a
'ChangeContext' operation as child of your tool 'Initial Operation'.
Then you will call your service from the browse expression. You will
find a sample service able to change a layer activation at . With
this service in the VSM project and declared as 'Java extension' on the
current Viewpoint, you can call the service from the 'ChangeContext'
with the browse expression
> 2. Open another presentation for the same model. [This is I guess
> already supported]
This is supported by the use of model operations in the VSM and more
precisely the 'Navigation' operation , but only for diagrams.
First you need to create a 'ChangeContext' operation as child of your
tool 'Initial Operation' to select the root semantic element of the
representation to open. If you want to open a representation on the
clicked element, you can simply use var:element as brows expression.
Then you can create a 'Navigation' operation as child of the 'Change
Context', select a diagram description to indicates the type of diagram
to open and enable or not the creation of a diagram if none exists with
the 'Create if not Existent' property.
> It will be great if someone can help me to achieve the first goal of
> opening a layer of same diagram using Sirius Viewpoint Specification
> Thanks & Regards,
|Re: Drill Down on Double Click [message #1220201 is a reply to message #1220191]
||Tue, 10 December 2013 06:03
| Maxime Porhel
Registered: July 2009
Le 10/12/2013 11:14, Kunal Prasad a écrit :|
> Thanks Maxime for the methods to solve the problems. I was wondering if
> we can use Detail Descriptions for the same purpose, where a node
> provides a next level of presentation in the same diagram.
A Representation Creation Description  linked to a diagram element
mapping A will produce (regarding the precondition check) a contextual
menu entry: right click a diagram element described by the mapping A >
Navigate > New Detail : Tool Label. This menu will allow to create a new
representation on the clicked sementic element or on a semantic element
accessible from the clicked element throught the Browse Expression.
You can also look into Representation Navigation Description  which
allow to open existing diagrams.
> Can you detail how we can use the feature of 'Detail Descriptions'. I
> have tried to find ways to create a new Detail Description, but no luck
> so far :cry:
The detail description property section allows you to select
Diagram/Table/Tree Creation Description tools. These tools must first be
created in a tool section of an existing Diagram Description or in a
Table/Tree Description. Then you can link a mapping and a Representation
Creation Description from the mappin Details Descriptions property
section or from the tool Mappings property section.
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