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Id # Title Description
6 No Icon to Distinguish Type There needs to be an icon somewhere in the drawable component to distinguish what type it is. Garrett 3/24: Created icons, still need to be drawn on component. Ben 3/25: Icons are now drawn, no icon is drawn for SCAComponents that don't have types, but that won't be allowed shortly. Jason 4/9: Fix verified. Jason 4/22: Closing this issue.
8 New component does not get focus When a new component is added to any of the views, it does not receive focus. Ben 3/27: The form get notified when a new component gets selected. Jason 4/9: Fix verified. Jason 4/22: Closing this issue.
9 Auto-created names not unique The automatically created names for the components are not unique. Ben 3/25: Names are now generated. Jason 4/9: Fix verified. Jason 4/22: Closing this issue.
11 CF_Device type should default to device The type attribute of CF_Device should default to device. Ben 3/25: The type is now set when the component is created. This works for all of the components that we have in the toolbar. Jason 4/9: Fix verified. Jason 4/22: Closing this issue.
14 Port attribute need correct name The port typing on the components needs to be reversed. When selecting Provides Ports, in the Editor Dialog, the attribute Uses Names exists when it should be Provides Name. Ben 4/3: This has been changed to be just "Name" because it is a pain to determine if it is provides or uses. Jason 4/9: Fix verified. Jason 4/22: Closing this issue.
15 Typo in attributes Uses Names needs to be changed to Uses Name. Ben 3/25: I changed it to be 'Name' instead because it needs to be the same when it used by provides or uses. Jason 4/9: Fix verified. Jason 4/22: Closing this issue.
16 Attribute ordering The attributes need to be in the same order as in the DTD. Garrett 3/19: Fixed; order is by category, then by order attribute was retrieved. Jason 4/9: Fix verified. Jason 4/22: Closing this issue.
26 Auto-naming should indicate type The auto-naming of the components should indicate the type of component (e.g. CF_Device1, CF_Device2, etc) Ben 3/25: Names are now generated. Jason 4/9: Fix verified. Jason 4/22: Closing this issue.
27 Deleting components Components can't be deleted. Jason 4/9: This item has been fixed. The context dialog appears and the item can be deleted. The relationships are not deleted as of now. This issue will remain open. Ben 4/10: This should work for the phase 2 release, but this was finished at 1am the day it was released so it might be a little fragile. Jason 4/22: Fix verified.
28 Right-clicking does not work Right clicking on the components does not bring up a menu. Ben 3/25: It now brings up a menu, but the only option is to "Generate XML". This will include delete/cut/copy/paste when they get implemented. Jason 4/9: Fix verified. Jason 4/22: Closing this issue.
29 Attribute name does not update In the editor dialog, when adding an item, changing the name on the right side does not update the item's name on the left side. Garrett 3/19: Fixed. Jason 4/9: Fix verified. Jason 4/22: Closing this issue.
34 Creating instantiations not working Creating a component instantiation has no meaning. There is no way to select which component the instantiation is being made for. Ben 4/5: When adding a component instantiation a dialog now prompts you for which component you are adding. Jason 4/9: Fix verified. Jason 4/22: Closing this issue.
40 Port names need to be corrected. From Chuck: I was taking a quick look at the prototype - when the ports are displayed, the port type shows first, then the name. The repID is missing. I can't remember the long discussion on what we call what, but either way, I would suggest displaying the port name followed by the interface that port is. The type (which I assume is control, etc) can be omitted. Ben 4/3: This port name is now first followed by the interfacename. Jason 4/9: Fix verified. Jason 4/22: Closing this issue.
41 Need to support external ports on application. We need to be able to select a port and make it an "external port". Ben 4/5: You can now right click on a port and check "External". This option is only available on instances in the Application Assembly View. Jason 4/9: Fix verified. Jason 4/22: Closing this issue.