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Answered Aug 16, There is no off the rack easy to learn tutorial for DXL. If you are not gonna get any training from the company, your best option is to start using the examples in the manual and gradually building up from there. If someone in your company has already written some scripts in DXL, use them as reference.
I had no formal training, the manual and some scripts were the only options available to me. You can start off with small tasks you would like to accomplish, look up the manual and go one from there. Good luck. View more. Related Questions Where can I find a good user interface design tutorial video? Where can I find a good Nightwatch tutorial? Which is the best tutorial website to learn sharepoint step by step?
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DOORS Extension Language
DXL Tutorial – Part I
But these were quite advanced features, and several DOORS users have asked me if I could help them to get started with the language. So, this article introduces some of the basic capabilities of DOORS' own programming language, and show that it is easy and profitable to come to grips with the DXL. You can, for example, filter on a user-defined Attribute named 'Object Type' to view only those Objects that are marked as requirements, and look at the Results display to see how many requirements you have. However, you'd need to open the filter tool each time to do this, and either respecify the filter or reload a view that contains that filter. If counting the requirements is something you want to do often, then it might be worth writing a small DXL program to do the job.
Getting Started with DXL
Extending Rational DOORS with DXL