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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-11-16T16:26:09Z by bhooper
alaskanrogue
alaskanrogue
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Pinned topic Topology Requirement and Capability Types Reference?

‏2012-09-27T18:58:49Z |
Is there a reference documenting the implemented requirement and capability types available in the "out of the box" RSA 8.5 topology modeling feature?

It is extremely difficult to identify what already exists, as many of them are very similar, or if you need to create a custom core based type.
Updated on 2012-11-16T16:26:09Z at 2012-11-16T16:26:09Z by bhooper
  • bhooper
    bhooper
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    Re: Topology Requirement and Capability Types Reference?

    ‏2012-09-28T09:33:17Z  
    I second this request! We've started to experiment with TML although perhaps the biggest hurdle is simply getting your head around all the available possibilities for requirements, capabilities and constraints. A Reference Manual is sorely needed.

    Thanks
  • alaskanrogue
    alaskanrogue
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    Re: Topology Requirement and Capability Types Reference?

    ‏2012-10-01T14:06:18Z  
    • bhooper
    • ‏2012-09-28T09:33:17Z
    I second this request! We've started to experiment with TML although perhaps the biggest hurdle is simply getting your head around all the available possibilities for requirements, capabilities and constraints. A Reference Manual is sorely needed.

    Thanks
    Thanks for the support!
  • bhooper
    bhooper
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    Re: Topology Requirement and Capability Types Reference?

    ‏2012-11-16T16:26:09Z  
    Thanks for the support!
    Very happy to support you, just a shame we're getting no response :-/

    A more general question would be to ask whether anybody viewing this forum has tried Topology Modelling in RSA, and what their experience has been. Does the Palette give you all you need or have you created your own custom units and stacks? Is the creation of requirements and capabilities straightforward or a nightmare? What about constraints?

    If nothing else, it would be good to know that there are others out there trying to use TML.