I’d like to connect diagrams in Eclipse Capella such that they are more interactive for the casual user - i.e. by only double-clicking on an actor (or clicking and holding a key for example) to be transported to a particular diagram showing the missions involving that actor, or by clicking on a Node PC in a high level Physical Architecture Blank (PAB), to be transported to a detailed PAB with that Node PC as the new focus. If the link cannot be from the object itself, then from a note or constraint perhaps connected to the object? For the life of me and rooting through forum posts, videos and documentation I wasn’t able to find out how to do this. Does anyone know how to do something like this?
Couple of easy ways to do this:
Within the semantic browser you can see which diagrams elements are used in. The “All Related Diagrams” section of the Current Element. Double click on the diagram and it will open.
Create custom hyperlinks to other diagrams using “Representation Links”. In the palatte, use the drop down next to the sticky note you will see the option for Representation Link. Draw where this link is going to be used on the diagram, then select the view to open.
Hope this helps
Representation Links sounds like what I was what I’m looking for. Resolved!