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  • Operations linked to the subscription
  • Special case: the conflict
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Stored procedures
Subscribing an element to the dictionary
Overview
The subscription to a dictionary element is automatically proposed:
  • When an element is checked in into the dictionary.
  • When a dictionary element is copied into a project.
Operations linked to the subscription
If the subscriber object is not synchronized with the dictionary, a screen for updating the subscriber object is displayed when opening or saving this object.
Updating the subscriptions
This screen is used to:
  • Open the element without updating the subscription (validation button).
  • Cancel the opening of the element (cancelation button).
  • Update all the earlier elements ("Update all" button).
  • Update the dictionary element from the subscriber element selected in the list ("To dictionary" button).
  • Update the selected subscriber element from the dictionary element ("From dictionary" button).
  • Delete the subscription ("Delete the link" button).
  • Show the details of differences ("Details" button).
Special case: the conflict
A dictionary element can be in conflict with the subscriber element: the dictionary element and the subscriber element have been modified separately and they are not in sync anymore. The developer can:
  • Include the evolutions of the dictionary element: the last evolutions of the subscriber element will be lost.
  • Update the dictionary element: its last evolutions will be lost.
See also
Minimum required version
  • Version 9
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