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Sunday, 21 February 2016
Rhapsody Tip #9 - Using a query to find (and delete) requirements removed from view (Intermediate)
On occasion in Rhapsody, we may create elements on diagrams and then change our minds. In the context menu we can either Delete from model or remove from view (but keep in model). Just pressing 'Delete' will remove from view (i.e. the safe option). This is sometimes not our intent. To find elements that have no traceability we could create a user-defined Query in the model. Queries exist in the browser and are like persisted search terms, e.g. we can create a Query to search for requirements with exactly zero incoming dependencies. This video illustrates and also explains the difference between remove from view and delete from model:
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