I always feel bad asking for more when someone's already provided something for free, but I'd like to request a couple of tweaks:
1. Unless I'm misunderstanding, it looks as though each model has to reside in it's own distinct code repo. Is it possible that this could be modified so that I can keep all my models in a single repo? Feels like an additional top-level folder (using the model name?) would be needed as a container to separate each model's GRAFICO output. This feature would really reduce the amount of repo administration that I'd have to do to share all my models.
2. Can we specify the folder location for the .archimate (& .bak) files. Currently they reside in the .git folder. Unless there's a good reason for them to reside there, I'd like to be able specify a distinct location for them outside of the "Collaboration Workspace folder" location.
I've only just started to use coArchi and I think it could potentially be a real game changer for how I share models with my colleagues.
Last post by nemethy - November 05, 2023, 14:47:54 PM
Hi, I developed some utility scripts, and an example script for importing data from an excel .xlsx file, using Apache POI Java. It consists of 4 helper subscripts and a main example script. What is the best way to share it with the community?
Last post by nemethy - November 05, 2023, 14:32:57 PM
+1,5 I do work as external advisor (now in architect role) for OTP Bank Hungary, for a project wo extensively use Archi. Since for development I use ChatGpt as well, which is not allowed there also my small advisor company uses it. (Némethy Moderato Kft.)
1. Select two or more objects 2. Add a Property with "Key1", "Value1" 3. Add another Property with "Key1", "Value2"
"Key1", "Value2" "Key1", (blank)
This happens because when there are Properties with the same name it matches the first instance of the Property. So when you enter the second Property it matches on the first instance of "Key1", adds the "Value2" to that one and the new one is blank. Workaround is to not add properties with the same name in multi-select.
Last post by Marbi - November 02, 2023, 15:32:42 PM
Hello, I am currently testing version 5.2, and I would like to express my gratitude for the feature that allows me to assign properties to multiple elements at once. However, I have noticed some strange behavior when using this functionality. It seems that the element is given the same property twice, but one entry is with an expected value and the other one is left empty.
To fix this issue, I decided to export the model to CSV and remove all the rows with blank property values from the properties.csv file. Then, I imported the corrected CSVs back into the model. Although the import process was successful, I realized that the properties with an empty values were still in the model.
I am not sure what I am doing wrong. Could you please guide me on how to resolve this problem?