This sample just shows you what the various kinds of Word paragraph style are which are defined for this document.
It will show:
- Table header, text, bullet and number list styles
- Inline normal, bullet and numbered bullet styles
It shows how you can make use of these Word paragraph styles to improve the appearance and readabilty of your documents.
The BulletList script takes each Element which is passed from eaDocX, and creates a simple bulleted list of the names of the elements. It will work for
any kind of element, so you might use this multiple times, for all the element types which you'd like to print as bullets.
It doesn't make use of any Word paragraph styles, for the formatted output might look a bit strange.
This final Bullet List example uses a Word Paragraph style: the one which you have chosen in you document for the Inline Bullet style. You can
specify this in the eaDocX Options and Settings, Under Inline Settings.
This means the output will look more like other bullet lists which eaDocX generates, those which appear in the 'Notes' field of any element.
This is an example of the type of complexity for which you might use an eaDocX Script.
What we want to do is calculate the 'importance' of a Requirement, based on how many people want it, and how
much they want it. We have decided to link Requirements to Actors using a stereotyped Dependency, with a stereotype of "High", "Medium", "Low" or nothing.
The importance is then calculated - by the script - as (3 x Number of 'High' Dependencies) + (1 x number of 'Medium' Dependencies).
This is then printed in a table, with Importance values of > 10 being highlighted in red, 5-10 in yellow.
This script shows how you can use Scripting to both apply calculations to your eaDocX documents, and control the output formatting as well.