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JD_NBG
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Pinned topic View baseline - how to view the linked objects

‏2013-09-24T08:22:44Z |

Hello,

 

If I view an older baseline, I see the current In-linked or Out-linked objects of another module.

What can I do to see the linked objects that were up to date on the time where the baseline was set?

 

Is it the only possibility to make a baseline-set of all modules that are linked to this one module,

and to open the appropriate baselines of all modules, or is there an other possibility?

 

Thank You

JD

  • Tony_Goodman
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    Re: View baseline - how to view the linked objects

    ‏2013-09-24T14:58:53Z  in response to JD_NBG

    Behaviour of links (and echoed links) takes a bit of effort to get your head round as it does not seem logical at first sight, or second sight!

    To answer your question, all linked modules must be included in the baseline set to preserve links as they were at the time, so it is too late for you this time.

    • JDHawk
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      Re: View baseline - how to view the linked objects

      ‏2013-10-25T06:47:20Z  in response to Tony_Goodman

      Hello Tony,

       

      thanks a lot.

      I would like to have two attributes:

      one displaying the current content of another module

      And

      one displaying a copy of a of another module.

       

      How can I  modify my SXL script, so that it does not display the actual content, but to make a copy.

      In this case, the content would be frozen. (I need it as a requirement freeze for a certain product step).

       

      Here is my current DXL script displaying the current content of another module:

       

       

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