Please provide some advice. I have a DOORS object which has object text, ole and some text below the image which I need as a Figure Caption. If I add the Figure Caption element it does not recognize the content to be set as figure caption.
To overcome this I have a filter in RPE to check if the DOORS object has an OLE. Whan the DOORS object has an OLE I search for the string "Figure :" in the object text. Once this is found the entire string following it I add it as an variable in the figure caption elment.
SO I do get my table of figures. But I run into issues that the same content which I made as figure caption is also present as text in the object text in DOORS object. I tried to write a script which on finding the OLE adds the contents of the complete object to a varibl and I remove the string "Figure 0-9:...." from the objct text. But I again run into problems since I have used a script to contain the Object text I do not get the OLE's but just the <OLE/image> tag. Pleas help me out in getting the figure captions done for the OLE's.
Looking forward to your reply.
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4 replies Latest Post - 2014-09-04T17:34:20Z by Giazle
Pinned topic Help with Figure Caption from OLE objects in DOORS 9.3 and RPE 220.127.116.11
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Updated on 2012-12-19T22:53:13Z at 2012-12-19T22:53:13Z by kbmurphy
Dragos.Cojocari 270001QUCG1608 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Help with Figure Caption from OLE objects in DOORS 9.3 and RPE 18.104.22.16812-12-06T13:19:35Z in response to SystemAdminHey Sunny,
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ChrisHardy68 270001C1X686 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Help with Figure Caption from OLE objects in DOORS 9.3 and RPE 22.214.171.12412-12-19T22:10:45Z in response to SystemAdminHi Sunny,
This might not be what you want to do, but as a work around what about not putting the figure caption in the object text, but rather create an additional attribute and store the caption info in this attribute.
It at least gives you a bit more flexibility and gets around the rich text issue
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