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Sunday, 24 May 2020
IBM Rhapsody Tip #78 - Keeping user code consistent using Refactor: Rename
This short (silent) tips and tricks video takes a quick look at the Refactor: Rename dialog, available in IBM Rational Rhapsody when you right-click elements generated into code like types and classes. The key thing is that Refactor: Rename does more than just update references; it's a form of search and replace dialog and will do an update inside user code sections as well. Using the dialog you can review both before and after the rename. This helps you keep user code sections consistent when refactoring names of elements such as classes, operations, types and attributes.
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