Input-Event: Linked Objects tab

About Linked objects

Linking objects using lists

About Linked objects

With the exception of the Processing-Context-In object, all objects used in the Structure and Processing tabs as part of the definition of the Input-Event are automatically linked and exported with the Input-Event.The Linked objects tab serves only as a visual reminder of the Processing-Context-In objects that you referenced in the definition of the Input-Event.

The dual list in the Linked objects tab enables you to select and link these Processing-Context-In objects which you must then export manually.

When you select a Processing-Context-In object, the system:

  • does not make any explicit link between it and the Input-Event in the database. There is no hard-wired data link between the Processing-Context-In object and the Input-Event, only a reference link. This is why you must export the Processing-Context-In object separately. [FOR DETAILS Links between objects]
  • associates the Processing-Context-In(s) with the Input-Event in the Object Dependencies Browser.

Linking objects using lists

The Linked objects tab comprises two panes as illustrated schematically below.


Window with two lists, displaying all available Processing-Context-In objects

Available Processing-Context-In objects

Selected Processing-Context-In objects.

These objects can come from any Folder provided that they are in the same root Folder as the current object

The following table summarizes how to use the dual list.

ToPerform this action

Transfer a Processing-Context-In object from one list to the other

Select the Processing-Context-In and click Add.
Alternatively, double-click the item.

Select multiple items

Click the first item and SHIFT+click the last item.
Alternatively, CTRL+click each item.

Remove a single item in either list

Click the item, then click Remove.

Remove all items in the Selected list

Click Remove all


To select Processing-Context-In objects that are not in the current Folder, drag-and-drop them from the Entity Browser.

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