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destroy

Remove allocation scenario or allocation

    Description

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    destroy(allocScenario) removes and destroys the existing allocation scenario allocScenario in an allocation set.

    destroy(allocation) removes and destroys the existing allocation allocation in an allocation scenario.

    Examples

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    % Create two new models with a component each
    mSource = systemcomposer.createModel('Source_Model_Allocation',true);
    sourceComp = mSource.Architecture.addComponent('Source_Component');
    mTarget = systemcomposer.createModel('Target_Model_Allocation',true);
    targetComp = mTarget.Architecture.addComponent('Target_Component');
    
    % Create the allocation set with name 'MyNewAllocation'
    allocSet = systemcomposer.allocation.createAllocationSet('MyNewAllocation',...
         'Source_Model_Allocation','Target_Model_Allocation');
    
    % Get the default allocation scenario
    defaultScenario = allocSet.getScenario('Scenario 1');
    
    % Destroy an allocation scenario in an allocation set
    defaultScenario.destroy
    
    % Save the allocation set
    allocSet.save
    
    % Open the allocation editor 
    systemcomposer.allocation.editor()

    Input Arguments

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    Allocation scenario, specified as a systemcomposer.allocation.AllocationScenario object.

    Allocation, specified as a systemcomposer.allocation.Allocation object.

    More About

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    Definitions

    TermDefinitionApplicationMore Information
    allocationAn allocation is a directed relationship from an element in one model to an element in another model.Resource-based allocation allows you to allocate functional architectural elements to logical architectural elements and logical architectural elements to physical architectural elements.Allocate Architectures in Tire Pressure Monitoring System
    allocation scenarioAn allocation scenario contains a set of allocations between a source and target model.Allocate between model elements within an allocation in an allocation scenario. The default allocation scenario is called Scenario 1.Create and Manage Allocations
    allocation setAn allocation set consists of one more allocation scenarios which describe various allocations between a source and target model.Create an allocation set with allocation scenarios.Create and Manage Allocations

    Introduced in R2020b