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Code Engineering Set for project in Teamwork Server

PostPosted: Thu Sep 04, 2003 4:42 pm
by Robert Morris
I have a *.mdr file that holds the code engineering sets for my project
I have a *.xml file that holds the project itself.

When I load the .xml file into magicdraw, the *.mdr is automatically loaded.

However when I place the project in the .xml file into teamwork server,
close magicdraw and reenter, then read in the project from teamwork
server - I have no way of specifying what the code engineering sets are
to magicdraw (other than mouse/type them all in by hand all over again).

Is there a way to associate the code engineering sets stored in a *.mdr
with a project that already resides in the workspace of magicdraw ?

Thanks for any kind assistance
Rob Morris





Re: Code Engineering Set for project in Teamwork Server

PostPosted: Fri Sep 05, 2003 4:02 am
by Mindaugas Ringys
Hi Rob,

This is a known problem. The only way to associated sets with teamwork
project is to save teamwork project locally. Later you can open it from this
file and work with it as with regular teamwork project opened from
Teamwork->Open Teamwork Project.

Mindaugas Ringys
Project Leader
No Magic Lithuanian Development Center
Gedimino g. 47- 408, 3000 Kaunas, Lithuania
P.O. box 2166, LT- 3000, Kaunas, Lithuania
Phone: +370 37 324032 Fax: +370 37 320670
e-mail : mindis
WWW: http://www.nomagic.com
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> I have a *.mdr file that holds the code engineering sets for my project
> I have a *.xml file that holds the project itself.
>
> When I load the .xml file into magicdraw, the *.mdr is automatically
loaded.
>
> However when I place the project in the .xml file into teamwork server,
> close magicdraw and reenter, then read in the project from teamwork
> server - I have no way of specifying what the code engineering sets are
> to magicdraw (other than mouse/type them all in by hand all over again).
>
> Is there a way to associate the code engineering sets stored in a *.mdr
> with a project that already resides in the workspace of magicdraw ?
>
> Thanks for any kind assistance
> Rob Morris
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