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Diagrams

In the Diagrams menu, you can configure the default visibility settings and layout for diagrams.

For more information about creating diagrams, see Create diagrams.

Content pane

Select the checkboxes next to the elements to be shown on diagrams.

ItemDescription
Show Difference
DetailsIf this checkbox is selected, all the specified details of the elements will be shown in the UML class diagram for a revision. If this checkbox is not selected, only node elements will be included in the diagram.
DB Diagrams
Key columns

For the primary key columns to be shown when a diagram opens, select this checkbox.

When viewing a diagram in the editor, use the Key Columns button on the toolbar to show or hide the corresponding columns.

Columns

For the columns other than the primary key columns to be shown when a diagram opens, select this checkbox.

When viewing a diagram in the editor, use the Columns button on the toolbar to show or hide the corresponding columns.

Graphical Explain Plan
Attributes

Toggles the display of query attributes on a query map. These attributes can be a number of rows, index names, or any other additional information about the query.

Enabled and disabled attributes on a query plan

Controls

ItemDescription
Default layoutSelect the desired layout from the Default layout list. Node elements in newly created diagrams will be arranged according to the selected layout.
Default scopeSelect scope from the Default scope list. Specifying a scope helps you avoid showing in diagram the unnecessary hierarchies. You can define scopes for your project in the Scopes page of the Settings Preferences dialog.
Fit content after layoutIf this checkbox is selected, then after applying a layout selected on the diagram context menu, all diagram elements will be resized to fit into the current diagram area. In diagram, use the the Fit Content icon toolbar button.
Do relayout when new elements were addedIf this checkbox is selected, diagram layout will be performed automatically after adding new elements.
Last modified: 19 August 2020