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Internal Block Diagram of the View 5.2.
shows the drop-down list, in the main toolbar, which gives access to different views.
Figure 1. Drop-down list to access the view 5.2.
Allocate Flows to Interfaces
To allocate a Flow to an Interface, you select it and right-click on it. Then, select "Add Existing Object" which displays the list of types of the Objects that can be added (see). In this example, we will allocate a Data Flow (called "Internet settings") to a Physical Interface (called "SATA bus"). Thus, we choose Data Flow as type.
Figure 2. Allocate Flows to Interfaces in IBD
The Dictionary of Flows is then opened (see) wherein we can choose "Internet settings" and click on OK to allocate it to our Interface.
Figure 3. Dictionary of Flows
Tabular View of the View 5.2.
In the Tabular view of the view 5.2., as in its Internal Block Diagram, we can allocate Flows to Interfaces.shows the tabular view of the view 5.2. which contain one table.
Figure 4. Tabular View of the View 5.2. in Project Tools
a. Allocate Flows to Interfaces
This table includes two sheets (see table 2). In the first one, you can see the list of all Flows and only the Interfaces that they are allocated to. An Interface without allocated Flow is not shown in this sheet. In the second one, you can see the list of all Interfaces with their allocated Flows. The Flows that are not allocated can not be seen in this sheet. These sheets allow to verify the allocation in two directions.
Table 2. Allocate Flows to Interfaces through Tabular View