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By default, PowerDesigner creates a log file for the contents of each tab of the Output window. This log file is saved in the Windows temporary folder. You can define another location.

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1Select ToolsGeneral Options.

The General Options dialog box appears with the General category selected by default.

2Type a directory path in the Output Log groupbox. Select the Output log

check box if necessary.

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Click the Browse button beside the Log Path box and browse to select a directory path.

3 Click OK.

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By default when you want to modify an object property, you must open the object property sheet.

General Features Guide

 

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PowerDesigner allows you to directly modify the name of an object from the object symbol in the diagram without opening its property sheet whenever you create an object with the tool palette. This parameter is defined in the General Options dialog box.

For more information on the different ways to directly modify an object property from its symbol in the diagram, see section Modifying the object properties from its symbol in the diagram in chapter Managing Objects.

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1Select ToolsGeneral Options.

The General Options dialog box appears with the General category selected by default.

2Select the Edit in Place after Creation check box in the Graphic Tool Behavior groupbox.

3 Click OK.

 

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You can define the following behavior options for the PowerDesigner dialog boxes:

Operating modes

Open property sheet mode

Property sheets tab presentation

Open shortcut property sheet mode

Object lists

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Auto commit mode PowerDesigner offers two modes for validating the changes in a dialog box:

 

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Auto Commit

 

Any change performed in a

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property sheet field or list cell is

 

 

 

 

automatically committed in the

 

 

 

 

object definition. You cancel a

 

 

 

 

change by using the Undo

 

 

 

 

feature.

 

 

Auto Commit

Any change performed in a

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property sheet field or list cell is

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committed by clicking Apply

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and saved by clicking OK. You

 

 

 

 

use the Cancel button to cancel

 

 

 

 

the changes. This is the default

 

 

 

 

validation mode

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By default, the auto commit mode is not selected, and the dialog boxes

 

display the OK, Apply and Cancel buttons.

 

Name to Code

When you create an object in PowerDesigner, you may have to type a name

mirroring mode

and a code because the name to code mirroring mode may not be selected in

 

the General Options dialog box.

 

You can choose to automatically set the code equals to the name by selecting this operating mode.

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1 Select ToolsGeneral Options.

General Features Guide

 

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The General Options dialog box appears with the General category selected by default.

2Select Dialog in the Category tree view. The Dialog options appear in the right pane.

3Select or clear the Auto Commit check box in the Operating Modes groupbox.

4Select or clear the Name to Code mirroring check box.

5 Click OK.

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You can customize the display of property sheets in PowerDesigner in the following way:

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Open each object in the same property sheet

Open each object in its own property sheet

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Uses a single property sheet to display the properties of objects of the same type

Allows to open several property sheets for objects of the same type

 

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1Select ToolsGeneral Options.

The General Options dialog box appears with the General category selected by default.

2Select the Dialog category in the Category tree view. The Dialog options appear in the right pane.

3Select an open radio button in the Property Sheets groupbox.

4 Click OK.

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In PowerDesigner, property sheets appear by default with a certain size and a series of tabs in the upper part of the dialog box.

You can modify the property sheets layout using the following options:

 

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Keep size

 

Preserves the customized size you have defined

 

Keep last tab

 

Opens the property sheet to the last selected tab

 

 

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Tabs on one

Aligns all tabs on a single line with arrow buttons < and > for

row

browsing the tab titles

Tabs on

Displays tabs on two lines, their size corresponding to the length

several rows

of their title. This is the default display mode

 

 

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1Select ToolsGeneral Options.

The General Options dialog box appears with the General category selected by default.

2Select the Dialog category in the Category tree view. The Dialog options appear in the right pane.

3Select or clear the Keep size and Keep Last Tab check box in the Property Sheets groupbox.

4Select a tab presentation radio button.

5 Click OK.

 

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From internal and external shortcuts you can choose to open:

The shortcut property sheet

The target object property sheet

You can switch from one mode to the other by pressing the SHIFT key while opening the property sheet:

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Shortcut

Shortcut

Target object

Target object

Target object

Shortcut

 

 

 

If the target object cannot be found (target model is closed for example), the shortcut property sheet automatically opens.

For more information on shortcuts, see chapter Managing Shortcuts.

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1Select ToolsGeneral Options.

The General Options dialog box appears with the General category selected by default.

2Select the Dialog category in the Category tree view. The Dialog options appear in the right pane.

3Select an open mode radio button for internal shortcuts in the Shortcuts property sheet groupbox.

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4Select an open mode radio button for external shortcuts in the Shortcuts property sheet groupbox.

5 Click OK.

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In PowerDesigner, when you click an empty row or press the DOWN ARROW key, you automatically insert a row in the list.

When you deselect this default general option, you can insert a row in a list by clicking the Add a Row tool or using the key combination CTRL+N.

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1Select ToolsGeneral Options.

The General Options dialog box appears with the General category selected by default.

2Select the Dialog category in the Category tree view. The Dialog options appear in the right pane.

 

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3 Deselect the Auto Insert Rows check box in the Object Lists groupbox.

4 Click OK.

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In PowerDesigner, when you click an empty row or press the DOWN ARROW key, you automatically insert a row in the list with a default name, which allows you to create as many rows as you need at once.

When you deselect this default general option, the row you insert has no default name, however you must type a name before creating another row.

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1Select ToolsGeneral Options.

The General Options dialog box appears with the General category selected by default.

2Select the Dialog category in the Category tree view. The Dialog options appear in the right pane.

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3 Deselect the Use Default Name check box in the Object Lists groupbox.

4 Click OK.

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When you are using PowerDesigner, you need a text editor for:

Editing descriptions and annotations for object

Editing generated scripts like SQL in the PDM or Java in the OOM

Editing code like class operation implementation or trigger SQL code

Editing file objects

PowerDesigner allows you to define text editors in the General Options dialog box.

You can define as many text editors as you want for your file extensions. The same file extension can have several text editors. The first editor you defined for your file extension becomes the default editor since the list of editors is not sorted.

The list of editors also contains the editors you define to edit codes or notes or to open file objects using the feature.

 

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