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Model Image

The Model Image macro of the ADONIS Process Manager / ADOIT Enterprise Architect for Confluence enables you to display an ADONIS / ADOIT model as a static image in Confluence.

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For an interactive model image integration in Confluence, have a look at the Model Viewer macro.

With the Model Image macro you can:

  • Add a static model image from your ADONIS / ADOIT to a Confluence page
  • Access the model in ADONIS / ADOIT from your Model Image macro in Confluence

How to use the Model Image macro#

Configure macro#

While editing a Confluence page, press Ctrl + Shift + A to open the macro selection dialogue. Search for the ADONIS/ ADOIT Model Image macro and click on it.

Select ADONIS Model Image macro - select macro view in Confluence

A configuration dialogue opens. Here you can search for your model or select it in the explorer view on the left of the configuration dialogue. On the right, you can see a model preview. Select the model you want to display and click "Next".

Model Image macro configuration dialogue

After selecting the model, you can define the visualization details of your model image.

If you don't want to show the name of your model above the model image, clear the "Include model name as title" check box

You can define the width of the Model Image macro in your Confluence page or else keep the default width.

When you are done configuring your model image, click "Finish". In case you want to change the visualization later, the model image configuration can be adjusted at any time while editing your Confluence page.

Model Image macro configuration dialogue

View options#

With the Model Image macro, you can display your model as a static image on your Confluence page.

To refresh the model image manually to synchronize its content with your ADONIS / ADOIT instance, click the "Refresh" button on the right above your model image.

To open the corresponding Model in ADONIS / ADOIT, click the "Show in ADONIS / ADOIT" button on the right below the model image.

Model Image macro