Multiple settings can be grouped into rules. It can be used as data dictionary plus alpha.
"Data dictionary" is a summary of descriptive texts of data managed by the application to be developed.In general, we will organize information such as data type and number of significant digits for centralized management.It is said that it is still better if you can manage it including things such as input rules and auxiliary information for explanation.Wagby's design information (repository) is the data dictionary itself.
"Data dictionary" has related information between data.Therefore, for example, when trying to delete a model item, it can also be used to check the influence range referring to this item.
Consider the case where several settings related to model items are set in the same way for multiple items. For example, the rule is as follows.
In Wagby, commonly available design information can be made into parts.We call this "item rule".
This section explains how to define and use it.
Select the "Item rule" tab in Designer.
In the initial state, there is no item rule.Select "New" from the upper left gear icon.
The item rule setting dialog opens.
Prepare "setting name" and "overview".Setting name is a required item.
Prepare the repository.Click the "Add" button.
You can select the tab name of the model item detailed setting dialog as "category".First, specify this category.
The list of repositories included in the selected category is displayed.Please select the repository you want to set.
Next, specify the "setting value".Depending on the repository, it can be selected formula or manual input.
Multiple repository settings can be included in one item rule.In this example, we are setting therapy for input format and output format.
Click the "Save" button and save this setting.
We created one item rule.With the same procedure, you can prepare multiple item rules.
When multiple item rules are prepared, the priority of application is higher in order from the top.If you included settings for the same repository key, the repository settings included in the higher field rule will be in effect.
In Figure 12 you can rearrange item rules by dragging and dropping.
Opens the "Item rule" tab of the model item detailed setting dialog.You can apply the prepared item rule.
You can apply it by checking the item rule name.
Please execute the build process after setting.The item rule is reflected.
In Fig. 12, you can display the model and model item list to which this item rule is applied by pressing "Browse" button on the item rule setting tab.This allows you to know which items have been applied.
In Figure 12, you can add, change, or delete repository information by pressing the "Edit" button on the item rule setting tab.
After editing, please execute the build process.All applicable items are changed all at once.
You can set "Item name" "Type" "Search (use for condition)" "List (for display)" to set in the list of model items.
For type setting, you can enter the following values.
|String||"Character string", "zip code", "mail address", "URL", "file name"|
|Numerical value||"Integer", "1 byte integer", "2 byte integer", "4 byte integer", "8 byte integer", "4 byte floating point", "8 byte floating point"|
|Date/Time||"Date", "Date and Time", "Time"|
|Item reference of other models||"Reference to another store model (combo box)", "reference to another store model (radio button)", "reference to another store model (check box)", "reference to another store model (search screen) "," Reference interlocking of other store models "|
|Repeat container||"(Repeat item container)"|
|Repeating Container ID||"(ID for repeated item container)"|
If you change the type in Designer, some settings will return to the initial state.However, in this item rule setting, even if you change the type, other settings will not be restored to the initial state and will be maintained.Therefore, developers themselves should carefully review related settings that are likely to be affected by changing types.
Specifically, we recommend that you check the following settings for all items that apply this item rule when you change the type.