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The Navigator visualizes relationships and connections of a certain Single Element with other Elements. All connected Elements are displayed in groups according to their type. 

All elements are colored in their default type coloring. Additionally, sub-trees can be opened/closed to expand/collapse the diagram from any element displayed. The root element can not be collapsed.

There are two ways the Navigator Diagram can be opened:

  1. From List view

     2. From Single Element view


    Tool Area:

  1. Download as svg, jpeg, png, pdf
  2. Reset View to the first selection
  3. Content area
  4. Diagram Legend
    Showing root element, elements which have been expanded to sub-trees, zooming and other settings
  5. Expand/Collapse Group
  6. Go to Single Element view of selected element
  7. Expand/Collapse tree of related elements of selected element (not available for root element)

  8. Title links to List View of this group

By clicking on the name of an element on the diagram, the Single Element View page of this element is shown.

Initial diagram can be expanded to sub-trees by clicking the expand/collapse button: 

Sub-tree can be collapsed by cklicking this button again. Initial tree can not be hidden.

On hovering on the element its description is shown as tooltip. If there is no description for the element, its name will be shown as a tooltip.

The initial diagram is zoomed out to show the whole screen. You can zoom in and out the diagram by using "ctrl + mouse wheel". Current zoom level is shown in the legend. 

For more zooming functionality please check here.

To check the actual configuration in the legend you can expand or collapse the legend by clicking on the ">"-symbol at the top right.

Expanded elements are displayed according to the order they were opened.

Maximum elements for the diagram to be displayed are 200 for Internet Explorer and 500 for other browsers.

If the maximum is reached root element tree will disappear, new root element will be first expanded element related to current sub-tree.

Additionally, sub-trees of initial root element will be closed as well if they are not related to current expanded sub-tree.


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