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Hi,

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one more time: congratulations for your job, it's impressive!

Thank you !

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  - does this plugin is compatible/tested with Gitlab?

I personnally have tested it with:
  • GitHub (public)
  • BitBucket (public and enterprise)
  • GitBlit
  • Gitea / Gogs

I work with people that use :
  • GitHub (enterprise)
  • GitLab ;-)

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  - will it be possible to raise a window to be able to type the new password in case of pwd expiration? Currently, I just have a messagebox "... not authorized"

I have the same issue... and the same conclusion. We should re-ask for password when authentication failed.

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  - if the password is not stored, I am able to publish my changes but I'm not able to have the Change History up to date. If another person have changed the model, a conflict appears on source management

Even in this case, no conflict should appear (except of course if you really both changed the same concepts.

For information, when publishing, you in fact do you commit (if not done before), then pull changes on remote repository, then do a merge and last, push all this.

Regards,

JB
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General Archi Discussion / Password expiration management on collaboration plugin
« Last post by Jose-Carlos on January 17, 2018, 17:17:31 PM »
Hi,

one more time: congratulations for your job, it's impressive!

I'm using Archi collaboration plugin to push models on a corporate Gitlab server. It's working file.

I have an issue regarding the password expiration of my credentials (based on Enterprise Directory / LDAPs):
  - if the password is stored locally, I'm no more able to publish my changes. The workaround is to delete credential file located on my workspace in the model directory and provide my new password when re-publishing
  - if the password is not stored, I am able to publish my changes but I'm not able to have the Change History up to date. If another person have changed the model, a conflict appears on source management

I'm using Archi 4.0.1 with collaboration plugin org.archicontribs.modelrepository_0.2.8.201709191142.jar.

My questions are:
  - does this plugin is compatible/tested with Gitlab?
  - will it be possible to raise a window to be able to type the new password in case of pwd expiration? Currently, I just have a messagebox "... not authorized"

Thanks a lot for your help.
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General Archi Discussion / Re: New form plugin
« Last post by Hervé on January 17, 2018, 16:54:40 PM »
good news  :)
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General Archi Discussion / Re: New form plugin
« Last post by Jose-Carlos on January 17, 2018, 16:44:25 PM »
Hi Hervé,
thanks for your help. I didn't had the last plugin version. It's working fine now.
 :)
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General Archi Discussion / Re: New form plugin
« Last post by Hervé on January 16, 2018, 14:14:52 PM »
Hi Jose-Carlos,

There is no way to sort the elements during the table creation. Nevertheless, it is possible to sort them once the able is created by clicking on the columns title (an little arrow is then shown to indicate the sorted column).

Best regards
Hervé
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General Archi Discussion / Re: New form plugin
« Last post by Jose-Carlos on January 16, 2018, 13:38:46 PM »
Hi,
is there a way to sort the displayed elements in a table? It could be by name or by a property.

My use case is to use a table to list all nodes and fill properties such as RAM, CPU, Disk, etc...

Thanks.
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General Archi Discussion / Re: Tracking GDPR compliance
« Last post by murraygc on January 16, 2018, 00:37:42 AM »
Could you do something like use the database connector, and create a separate table for tracking that information, linked to the scenarios in the database section? Or do you want to track it within the model kind of thing?
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General Archi Discussion / Re: Default properties per element
« Last post by Jean-Baptiste Sarrodie on January 11, 2018, 19:09:44 PM »
Hi,

Do you know if it is on the feature list?

More or less (and more less than more...) : at some point we'll implement profiles and stereotypes and this is tightly linked.

Regards,

JB
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Hi JB,

From my experience in the past. This kind of functionality needs an repository to avoid indeed multiple open models or copying objects.

Other advantage of an repository is check-out, check-in, status management, etc becomes much easier.

The use case you describes are clear. You can also have External reference models(model from other companies, organizations) where you want to link to.



Jurgen
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General Archi Discussion / Re: Default properties per element
« Last post by jvdongen17@gmail.com on January 11, 2018, 13:08:59 PM »
Ok JB,

Thx for the tips.

Will see what we apply. Do you know if it is on the feature list?

KR,
Jurgen
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