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Auto-complete filter for TI Processes in Process Editor
When using the executeprocess() function in the workbench, the auto-complete feature correctly creates the required arguments.
When in the first argument, where the process needs to be specified, the auto-complete shows the entire list of available processes. This allows the user to look for the process they want to execute.
This can become quite challenging in a database with many processes.
It would be easier if the auto-complete was able to search the list of processes based on some input that may have been provided already.
For example, when the following is given: executeprocess('IMPORT', <<param>>, <<paramValue>>); and autocomplete is triggered, the list of TI processes returned to the user is filtered by the IMPORT portion provided in the first argument before auto-complete is triggered.
Ideally, the list could be filtered as the user types, as is the case with auto-complete for searching for functions in the TI editor.
This will save the modeler some time and frustration of either having to type out the full name or having to scroll through the full list of processes.
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