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Create query to select range of property values



    query = IsInRange(propertyName,beginRangeValue,endRangeValue) creates a query object that the find method and the createView method use to select a range of values from a specified propertyName.


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    Import the package that contains all of the System Composer™ queries.

    import systemcomposer.query.*;

    Open the Simulink® project file.


    Open the model.

    m = systemcomposer.openModel('KeylessEntryArchitecture');

    Create a query to find values from 10ms to 40ms in the 'Latency' property.

    constraint = IsInRange(PropertyValue('AutoProfile.BaseComponent.Latency'),...
    latency = find(m,constraint,'Recurse',true,'IncludeReferenceModels',true)
    latency =
      5×1 cell array
        {'KeylessEntryArchitecture/Door Lock//Unlock System/Front Driver Door Lock Actuator'}
        {'KeylessEntryArchitecture/Door Lock//Unlock System/Front Pass Door Lock Actuator'  }
        {'KeylessEntryArchitecture/Door Lock//Unlock System/Rear Driver Door Lock Actuator' }
        {'KeylessEntryArchitecture/Door Lock//Unlock System/Rear Pass Door Lock Actuator'   }
        {'KeylessEntryArchitecture/Sound System/Dashboard Speaker'             

    Input Arguments

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    Property name for model element, specified as a character vector as fully qualified name '<profile name>.<stereotype name>.<property name>' or any property on the designated class.

    Example: 'Name'

    Example: 'AutoProfile.BaseComponent.Latency'

    Data Types: char

    Beginning range value for propertyName, specified as a systemcomposer.query.Value object.

    Example: Value(20)

    Example: Value(5,'ms')

    Ending range value for propertyName, specified as a systemcomposer.query.Value object.

    Example: Value(100)

    Example: Value(20,'ms')

    Output Arguments

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    Query, returned as a systemcomposer.query.Constraint object.

    More About

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    TermDefinitionApplicationMore Information
    viewA view shows a customizable subset of elements in a model. Views can be filtered based on stereotypes or names of components, ports, and interfaces, along with the name, type, or units of an interface element. Construct views by pulling in elements manually. Views create a simplified way to work with complex architectures by focusing on certain parts of the architecture design.

    You can use different types of views to represent the system:

    • Operational views demonstrate how a system will be used and should be well integrated with requirements analysis.

    • Functional views focus on what the system must do to operate.

    • Physical views show how the system is constructed and configured.

    A viewpoint represents a stakeholder perspective that specifies the contents of the view.

    element groupAn element group is a grouping of components in a view.Use element groups to programmatically populate a view.Create Architectural Views Programmatically
    queryA query is a specification that describes certain constraints or criteria to be satisfied by model elements.Use queries to search elements with constraint criteria and to filter views.Find Elements in a Model Using Queries

    Introduced in R2019b