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  • #5997
    Steve
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    When generating the Use Case package, only some scenarios are showing the ‘Rejoins’ values – see attached document.

    How do I get all Use Case scenarios to show the ‘Rejoins’?

    #5998
    eadocX Support
    Participant

    We took a very strict view on which kind of scenarios can re-join.
    Only Alternate paths can rejoin, as Exception paths, by definition, fail. So, Exception paths don’t rejoin.
    Does this answer your question ?
    Or the problem might be that you haven’t set the ‘rejoins’ value in EA – it’s quite hard to do, as the EA user interface to set it is complicated.

    #5999
    Doug Blake
    Participant

    Surely if EA allows exceptions to rejoin anywhere, so should eaDocX. I expect eaDocX to document what EA produces, not add functionality. It is a document generator!!

    • This reply was modified 12 years ago by Doug Blake. Reason: Add statement
    #6001
    eadocX Support
    Participant

    Ok – as EA allows it, we should too. I’ll remove the restriction in the next build. Should be available in a day or two.

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