Application Diagram does not have refresh function. You need to create a
new diagram to show the code change.
Developer, Rational Multi-core Parallel Tooling
IBM Canada Lab
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1. RDp - can I refresh an Application Diagram? (Vern Hamberg)
date: Sun, 09 Jan 2011 07:17:43 -0600
from: Vern Hamberg<vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [WDSCI-L] RDp - can I refresh an Application Diagram?
I've been using the Application Diagram and have found it helpful for
jumping into code for a certain point in the code stream. Trouble is,
when I add lines of code, that the line numbers are incorrect - similar
to what happens with the Outline. There's a Refresh option for the
Outline - I've not seen one for an application diagram. I've not tried
reshaping things in the diagram, just dragging things around to make it
better for my eyes.
So has anyone seen this, and have you found a way to refresh it? So far
all I can do is create a new one, go through re-arranging, then save it.
Not a good use of time, eh?
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