A Project is a selection of Types and Classifications to which specific settings can be assigned. You can specify the order in which the Types and Classifications are displayed, assign Project-specific colours to Types and Classifications and specify which Types can be used as Location References and Sources. Types and Classifications can be included in multiple projects.
To add a Project, click 'Add Project'.
To edit an existing Project, click the blue 'edit' button at the relevant Project.
To delete an existing Project, click the red 'del' button at the relevant Project.
The following settings can be specified per project:
- Name: The name of your project.
- Full Scope: Check his box to use and inspect all the references in your domain. If you do not check this box, any references outside of this Project will not be shown. This setting only applies when you have multiple Projects.
- Source Referencing: Check this box to enable the 'Source' tab for every Object, Object Description, Sub-Object, and Sub-Object Description in this Project.
- Object Discussion: Check this box to enable the 'Object Discussion' tab for every Object in this Project.
- Visual Settings: Select a stored 'Visual Setting' to act as default Visual Setting in this Project.
Via tabs, additional settings can be specified:
- Model: Select the Types, Classifications, and Reversed Classifications you want to use in this project. Once saved, you can specify settings per Type, Classification, or Reversed Classification in the 'Organise' tab at the top of the page.
- References: Select Types that can be used as Sub-Object location references.
- Sources: Select Types that can be used as Object source references.
- Projects: Select Projects that are available to be sourced for Filters, Scopes, Conditions, Frames, Visual Settings, and Scenarios.
Once you have selected one or more Types and/or Classifications for your project and saved this project, you find additional settings in the 'Organise' tab. These settings allow you to specify the way you want to use and display Types and Classifications in your project.
Select a colour that will be used to highlight objects of this Type in this Project. Should you also have specified a colour for this Type in Model, the Project specific colour will override this colour.
Select a Type Definition that will be used as primary information source.
Select a stored Filter that will be active for this Type within this Project. This allows you, for example, to limit the Objects shown in this Project. Select the checkbox to also apply this filtering to Sub-Objects.
Select a stored Condition that will be active for this Type within this Project. Should you also have specified a Condition for this Type in Model, the Project specific Condition will extend this Condition.
Select a stored Frame that will be active for this Type within this Project.
Specify which Object Descriptions, Sub-Objects, and Sub-Object Descriptions you want to include or exclude in this project for adding, editing and/ or viewing.
Select a mode: 'Include' to specify the elements you want to include, 'Exclude' to specify the elements you want to exclude.
Check the first checkbox to include/exclude an element for adding/editing purposes within this project.
Check the second checkbox to include/exclude an element for viewing purposes within this project.
If a Type or Classification is cross-referenced by other Types or Classifications, these cross-references can be added, edited, and/or viewed.
Check the first checkbox to include the element in edit mode for the cross-referenced editing of Objects.
Check the second checkbox to include the element in view mode to see its cross-referenced Objects.