I would like to share a need that I have when reviewing a Capella peer model:
Having a diagram to view the full functions breakdown starting from Operational Analysis going down to the Physical Architecture.
Quite often when reviewing peer models, even simple ones, I need to reconstruct the different xFBD diagrams to understand how a function was refined, the needs at top level and/or the function allocation at physical architecture layer.
Will you let me know/share if there are any Python scripts or add-on development efforts that builds the full functions structure?
Yes anyone can contribute, it is under EPL V2.
No specific contact for reference - I believe this is something that was developed by someone at Obeo for Naval Group, and not much since then happened - Please ask questions on the forum or maybe discuss directly with your contacts at Obeo if you want more info I suppose.
Just adding something to Stéphane’s answer: sometimes, unzipping the files with 7zip or similar instead of the built-in function in Windows can solve the issue related to the path too long. So you can also try that if you want.
I have checked the plugins and I was able to see the cross-level-analysis, but not able to set the Viewpoint.
Hence, I downloaded again the plugin and un-zipped. Now, I am able to set the cross-level-analysis Viewpoint and create diagrams for a given element.
It would be great if the add-on would be able to provide a tree structure, not only for a model element, however, the current status would be fantastic to have it for later Capella versions. A major help for reviews and traceability checking.
Thanks @ErwannTraisnel for sharing the steps and for the video you sent,