User Guide

  • 2020
  • 06/18/2020
  • Public Content
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Relationship Diagram Pane

Relationship Diagram Pane Purpose and Usage

Use this pane to view the relationships among code locations for the selected problem.

Relationship Diagram Pane Location

Bottom right of Dependencies Source window

Relationship Diagram Pane Controls

Use This
To Do This
Title bar
View the problem type.
icon, icon, or no icon in the Source column
View:
  • Whether this is a related code location.
  • If code location source code is available for viewing and editing.
icon, icon, or no icon in the Source column
View:
  • Whether this is the focus code location.
  • If code location source code is available for viewing and editing.
icon, icon, or no icon in the Source column
View if code location source code is available for viewing and editing.
Pane border
Resize the pane (drag).
Diagram
View the relationship among code locations in a problem:
  • Each box in a diagram represents a code location in a problem.
  • A diagram with a single box is a trivial problem with no related code locations.
  • Boxes arranged left-to-right with connecting arrows indicate a time ordering.
  • Boxes with connecting lines indicate association.

Product and Performance Information

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