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Trebor74
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Pinned topic Can you import attributes to multiple modules

‏2013-11-08T16:48:15Z |

I have a large number of imported Modules (400) which require some new attributes & columns adding to them. Is there a quicker way of importing the same attributes to multiple modules?

  • BillTidy
    BillTidy
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    Re: Can you import attributes to multiple modules

    ‏2013-12-05T12:39:34Z  in response to Trebor74

    There is a way to push attributes (also enumeration updates) out from 1 module to many others by DXL script.

    If I posted it here this thread would probably get taken down again straight away but if you were to search these forums using the keyword 'kitchen' or gave an email address here, you'd probably get a copy..

    There are also DXL scripts on the web for copying multiple views from one module out to multiple target modules.

    Updated on 2013-12-05T12:40:22Z at 2013-12-05T12:40:22Z by BillTidy
    • DOORSWizard
      DOORSWizard
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      Re: Can you import attributes to multiple modules

      ‏2013-12-10T13:35:33Z  in response to BillTidy

      Way back in the day this was actually one the scripts provided by Telelogic consultants, used to be called the CopyAttrPlus.dxl script. Long story short yes scripts are out there to do this exact thing.

      • mcnairk
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        Re: Can you import attributes to multiple modules

        ‏2013-12-11T13:23:19Z  in response to DOORSWizard

        I have a couple of versions of CopyAttrPlus, but it depends on which version of DOORS you have. let me know and I will post the appropriate one here...

        Ken.

  • Rakesh Lal
    Rakesh Lal
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    Re: Can you import attributes to multiple modules

    ‏2013-12-12T07:34:28Z  in response to Trebor74

    Follow these steps to import the attributes and it's types inside the same project:

    1. Add those attributes in to one of the modules.

    2. Open the PSToolBox through that module.

    3. Select Attributes

    4. Select Copy

    5. Select Definitions and Types across multiple modules

     

    Select your attributes and modules to import them.