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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-05-09T11:59:56Z by maddysam
maddysam
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Pinned topic component rule

‏2012-05-02T08:51:11Z |
what it meant by $=$ in an component rule to an object means??
Updated on 2012-05-09T11:59:56Z at 2012-05-09T11:59:56Z by maddysam
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: component rule

    ‏2012-05-07T13:03:46Z  
    It means, you are validating if the value of the component is equal to itself.
  • maddysam
    maddysam
    39 Posts

    Re: component rule

    ‏2012-05-07T15:33:19Z  
    It means, you are validating if the value of the component is equal to itself.
    Thanks for the reply.
    But, I hope there might be an other reason/meaning for that rule($=$)
    "you are validating if the value of the component is equal to itself" --- generally in these cases we will mention something as , $ = "XYZ" but not $=$ .ii) Also the reason that I am not confident about the explanantion is , what in case of a group if that component rule is assigned to.

    Hope you got my understanding and still my query on $=$ remains.

    Need some inputs from the forum is there any special meaning in that.
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    6184 Posts

    Re: component rule

    ‏2012-05-08T21:29:22Z  
    • maddysam
    • ‏2012-05-07T15:33:19Z
    Thanks for the reply.
    But, I hope there might be an other reason/meaning for that rule($=$)
    "you are validating if the value of the component is equal to itself" --- generally in these cases we will mention something as , $ = "XYZ" but not $=$ .ii) Also the reason that I am not confident about the explanantion is , what in case of a group if that component rule is assigned to.

    Hope you got my understanding and still my query on $=$ remains.

    Need some inputs from the forum is there any special meaning in that.
    $=$ is used in a typetree component rule to stop the Analysis warnings from being generated for that specific component.

    For example to stop getting a warning message like below:

    "COMPONENT 23 may not be distinguishable from COMPONENT 25 that may
    follow in TYPE.....(warning)"

    Thanks,
    Phil
  • maddysam
    maddysam
    39 Posts

    Re: component rule

    ‏2012-05-09T11:59:56Z  
    $=$ is used in a typetree component rule to stop the Analysis warnings from being generated for that specific component.

    For example to stop getting a warning message like below:

    "COMPONENT 23 may not be distinguishable from COMPONENT 25 that may
    follow in TYPE.....(warning)"

    Thanks,
    Phil
    Thanks Phil..I got it now.

    Cheers,
    Maddy