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In-Memory-Technology for high performance and agile usability

The TraceMap depicts a dedicated interaction diagram, which illustrates in and outgoing relations of one resp. and/or several objects. Here the reference paths are in the form of arrows and the objects are coloured according to their type of contents.
Hereby the possibility exists to focus the dependent objects throughout the document (fig. 1).
Furthermore the TraceMap is not exclusively meant to display the diagram of object interactions, it can also show formulas, manual input, picture information, as well as database contents and/or – connections in the areas underneath. In addition, as many TraceMaps as desired can be set up, opened and stored within the framework of an interactive documentation. And due to the In-Memory-Technology used, calculating and rendering trace scenarios can be done quite quickly, which provides any time an agile usability.

TraceMap
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In addition to the TraceMap TraceMiner provides now a further display method to depict document and object relations. The so called TraceFlow (fig. 2) is a dedicated approach to depict interaction structures across the logical levels – user interfaces, local central documents, and global central documents – of an application architecture. Using TraceFlows the references of any desired group of apd-documents can be visualized by one mouse click. Furthermore, due to the interactive properties of the TraceFlow control and the drill down until object level, any depending detail information like formulas, database relations, input content, as well as pictures can be shown.

TraceFlow
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For the purpose of the documentation, individual pictures and text contents can be attached to every TraceMap. Moreover the current formula contents of the focused object can be indicated and read out. Also an interpretation and a display of the comments deposited in the source code is possible. Apart from storing the TraceMaps it is also possible to manifest logical bullet points. Here the respective TraceMap with the focused objects are not only stored, but also the individually deposited text and picture contents (fig. 3). Of course all own set up contents can be printed as a single PDF and/or issued as an editable Word document.

Export Collaboration
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The Export as HTML-files is also possible, which is suitable for publication and therefore can be made available for other team members (fig. 4). For quality assurance and to show the performance of the document TraceMiner provides a KPI, which displays the relationship between the file size of a document and number of containing objects. With this indicator it is easy to determine whether beside meta data there are also data in the document which is not always wanted. With this knowledge, targeted optimizations can be carried out and therefore longer loading times with the import can be avoided. Here the chosen range limitations can be adjusted exactly the same way as the color semantics over the options.

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