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The edit button toggles the crisp argument viewer between view and edit modes.

View Mode

In view mode the window simply displays the argument as text.

Edit Mode

In the edit mode you can edit the argument and its hyperlink.

A crisp argument is made up of any number of pairs of an operator and an operand. Each operator-operand pair is “and-ed” together to build the crisp argument. The argument is used to evaluate the data link's value. This editor presents the argument as a list of these operator-operand pairs.

Example: to report “true” when “distance” is less than 1000, the argument would be < 1000

  • Operator - the logical comparator to be used ( < in the above example). This is a drop down menu.
  • Operand - the “target” of the operator (1000 in the above example)
  • Reference - an optional note for internal documentation of the argument part

Example: to report “true” when “distance” is between 500 and 1000, the argument would be > 500 AND < 1000

The above example is a “two part” argument meaning that is consists of 2 operator-operand pairs: > 500 and < 1000

  • delete the selected row
  • append a new row to the list
  • move the selected row up in the list
  • move the selected row down in the list

Bottom Toolbar

  • open the document list for the argument
  • discard any changes made and revert to previous version
  • cancel the changes and leave edit mode.
  • accept the changes and leave edit mode.
netweaver/windows/crisp_argument_viewer.txt · Last modified: 2010/05/18 18:10 by bjmiller
 
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