DFDPROC{...} -- renders a data flow diagram for processes

  • Parameters:
    Parameter Description Default
    id Process ID none, required parameter
    name Process name value of id
    url Specify a URL to be used when clicking on this particular process node in data flow diagrams Wiki page where this data flow diagram is found
    deprecated Indicates whether this process is still in use and how and when it will be rendered 0
    inxport Data transport to use for inputs unless otherwise specified in the inputs list Transport defined for the data type
    outxport Data transport to use for outputs unless otherwise specified in the outputs list Transport defined for the data type
    inoutxport Data transport to use for in/outs unless otherwise specified in the inouts list Transport defined for the data type
    inputs List of data type names taken as inputs to proc none
    outputs List of data type names produced as outputs to proc none
    inouts List of data type names produced as outputs to proc, where those same produced messages are also taken as inputs (e.g. for state recovery) none
    locales List of locales where this process is used none
    translation List of data translations performed by this process (see below) none

The values of inputs, outputs and inouts should be a comma-delimited list of data type identifiers. If linking from the data type nodes in the diagram to a wiki or web page is desired, the values should be used in an id parameter of an DFDDATA macro on the wiki. If no link is available for a given data type ID, the ID text as specified in the list is used and no linking is generated.

An example:
%DFDPROC{id="cc" inputs="code#file object"}%

The values of locales should be a comma-delimited list of locale identifiers.

The values of translation should be a comma-delimited list of from/to pairs of data type identifiers. The pair is separated by a > as in the following example:
%DFDDATA{id="ex1"}%
%DFDDATA{id="ex2"}%
%DFDPROC{id="proc" inputs="ex1" outputs="ex2" translation="ex1>ex2"}%

Diagram edges representing this transport will be labeled using name, which if not specified is the value of id.

If deprecated is non-zero, graphs will render the process according to DATAFLOWDIAPLUGIN_DEPPROCDEFAULTS. Tables will render the process thus.
Topic revision: r1 - 21 Oct 2016, JohnKnutson - This page was cached on 16 Dec 2018 - 02:54.

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