In the module details view you organize all settings of a module. You see the used DSLs and the elements that belong to the module. It is this view that you normally use to add an element to a module.
This view is also the central point of information about how a module is related to other modules and models. You can see:
- the modules that have direct dependencies to this module
- other versions of the same model
- the models that have the module assigned to them
This is a screenshot of the module details view:
Views to open from here¶
The “Related Pages” button provides you with links to other, useful views.
|View to navigate to|
|Move Element View||purpose: move an element from the module to a different module|
|Document View||purpose: edit documentation for the module|
|Upgrade Version View||purpose: create new version of a module or change the module’s status|
|Module History View||purpose: show the module’s history (all versions of the module)|
|Module Dependencies View||purpose: show the complete dependency tree of the module|
|Module Usages View||purpose: show the modules that have links to elements of this module|
|Linked Elements View||purpose: show all elements of all element trees (dependencies) for all of the module’s elements.
This functionality lets you know about all elements that would/could be used for code generation when at least one element of the module would be selected as input for it.