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This piece is everything which is needed to print a simple HTML table of all building blocks having a value of more than eight (htmlTable.html):

 


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From Business Down to the Bare Metal

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The result created by the iteraplan Graphics Reactor is an graphml file. You can open and view it with the free graph visualization tool yEd (get it here). Based on the sample data in iteraplan the result will look like this: iteraplan2.graphml.

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The visualization is produced by the XSL Transformation publicDemo_fullModLink.xsl which you can execute yourself in our online demo.

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As for the previous example the result created by the iteraplan Graphics Reactor is an graphml file. You can open and view it with the free graph visualization tool yEd (get it here). Based on the sample data in iteraplan the result will look like this: iteraplan3.graphml

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The visualization is produced by the XSL Transformation publicDemo_simpleInfoFlow.xsl which you can execute yourself in our online demo.

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You can utilize all kind of attributes to influence the appearance of this visualization.

 


Attributed Relationships

Another possibility to make use of the Graphics Reactor is to visualize attributed relationships like the one between information systems and business objects. In our demo data we have used this relationship to specify the operations a system performs on a business object (readcreateupdate, delete; usually abbreviated with CRUD).     

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Together with a handful of CSS the reactor creates a nice table matrix.html (not filtered yet):

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