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Matta
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« on: September 05, 2014, 02:30:03 pm »

Hi Shortki,

I'm not sure if the following is an issue, but here is what I experienced.

I've created a quite complex diagram with some nested objects. When I run the analysis at the highest level (the current page is the whole diagram), it occurs that some nested objects are not executed, and I must run the analysis for each.
In the same way, I observe the same thing when the current level is the lowest (in a nested object) : the analysis has not been executed for the whole diagram.

Is this a real issue, or did I misunderstand the process of the analysis ?

Thank you for your support.

Matta
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« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2014, 12:33:11 pm »

Firstly, the analysis is run only for the current diagram. If it is part of a larger one, then you need to run the process at one level higher.
The analysis is done for all the nested diagrams, except ones in folders, which are always handled independently.

The analysis procedure might be executed incompletely, if there are execution paths in the diagram, not leading to completion, for example, two mutually dependent objects blocking each other. Also, proxy objects can interfere with the analysis.

Switch to the planned mode and see to what object the automatic procedure brought the process of execution of the diagram. If there are unfulfilled objects, they are the most likely reason, because after the analysis the planned diagram should be fully executed.
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« Reply #2 on: September 08, 2014, 06:34:48 am »

Hi Shortki,

Thank you for your explanation. I'll check again my diagram.

Best regards,

Matta
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