When working online, you can use this option to check whether the source code of your application violates the Architecture Model you have defined with the CAST Architecture Checker. This is the primary goal of the application - i.e. to identify links between objects that may violate your architecture definition.
An explanation of each option is listed below:
|Column headings||Caller name||Calling object's short name as saved in the CAST Analysis Service|
|Caller type||Calling object's type as defined by CAST's meta-model.|
|Caller full Name||Calling object's full name as saved in the CAST Analysis Service|
|Callee name||Called object's short name as saved in the CAST Analysis Service|
|Callee type||Called object's type as defined by CAST's meta-model.|
|Callee full name||Called object's full name as saved in the CAST Analysis Service|
|Link type||Type of link between the calling and called objects.|
|Dynamic Link||Indicates (true or false) whether the link between the objects is classed as "dynamic"|
Indicates the status of the dynamic link:
|View source||Use this option to view the source code of the selected object as stored in the CAST Analysis Service. The source code will be displayed in the Source Code tab (see Main window for more information).|
|Closes the current panel.|
You can also use the Filter iconin each column heading to sort and filter according to content:
Only content that matches the chosen criteria will be displayed.