Thank you for your suggestions.
Is it possible to EXCLUDE in the documentation all the elements that
have no name?
Certainly possible. We can add an option for this. But may I know whether you want to remove those pages for no-name models completely, or keep them accessible by clicking on the no-name shapes on diagram?
I believe that it is better to completely remove (first choise) or to remove if the element has is not associated any other documentation (like word document or comment/description).
My scenario is this:
a) The end-user of the documentation is not a developer but a business user.
b) This business user wants to understand and to navigate the process
c) If the user clicks a subprocess, it must drill down directly to the subprocess (currently the documention is open and you can drill-down clicking Open Diagram)
c) If an element has not any associated documentation, it is not useful to have it accessible
Also: is it possible to hyperlink html/doc pages on activities or documents ?
Sorry, but I do not quite understand. Would you mind providing more information?
Hyperlinking associated docs.
a) A file (word, html) is associated to an element (task, document, gateway, sequence,…) a document via Open Specification->Reference
b) The user selects the elements
c) the associated doc is open.
If you associate MANY docs, an html page showing a list of the docs is open and you can select one of this.
I tryed to use the tag into Documentation, but I was not able to have this tag active.
Is it possible to SEARCH models/diagrams containing a particulare word
or sentence (like “discussion cicle”)?
I will forward your suggestion to our developers for further studies.
I look forward to hearing from you.