Associating URLs and Comments with Parameters and Relations

You can associate one or more URLs with user parameters and relations.This task is only meaningful when the active document contains user parameters and/or relations.

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Adding URLs

  1. Click the Comment & URL icon ( ) in the Organize Knowledge toolbar. The URLs & Comment dialog box is displayed. 

  2. In the specification tree, select a parameter or a relation type feature.

  3. Select the Edit tab then click Add. The Add URL dialog box is displayed.

  4. Enter a URL (http:\\ for example)  and a name. Click OK.

  5. If need be, repeat this operation to add a new URL.

  6. After you have finished entering all the required URLs, add a comment, then click OK to exit the dialog. The URLs and comment are added to the selected feature.

  • When working with the URLs & Comment dialog box, note that the icon located in the Knowledge Advisor toolbar enables the expert user to access a URLs & Comment dialog box where you can add, delete and modify the URLs. The  icon available in the general toolbar is for the end-user only.
  • To check that a user parameter or a relation has been assigned URLs, click the Comment & URLs icon and select the appropriate object in the specification tree.

Searching for a URL

When an object has been assigned a certain number of URLs, the Explore tab of the URLs & Comment dialog box provides you with a way to search for a given URL.

  1. Click the  icon and select an object (user parameter or relation) in the specification tree.

  2. Select the Explore tab. The list of the URLs assigned to the selected object is displayed.

  3. Enter the name (or a sub-string) of the URL to be searched for in the Search field.  Then click Search. If the specified URL is found, "yes" is displayed in the Found column for every object containing a URL matching the search and only the first object to be found is highlighted.

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