Loop only on systems and subsystems that do not have associated requirements
This component runs its child components for each system or subsystem defined by the parent component that does not have associated requirements. Insert this component as the child of a Model Loop component to include systems and subsystems that do not have any associated requirements in the report.
Loop on Systems:
Select systems automatically: Reports on all systems in the current context that do not have associated requirements.
Model Loop: Reports on systems in the current model.
System Loop: Reports on the current system.
Signal Loop: Reports on the parent system of the current signal.
Block Loop: Reports on the parent system of the current block.
If this component does not have any of these components as its parent, selecting this option reports on all systems in all models that do not have associated requirements.
Custom - use system list: Reports on a list of specified systems. Specify the full path of each system.
Inserts the value of a variable from the MATLAB® workspace. The
can denote a string or cell array. For more information, see
Notation on the
Sort Systems: Specifies how to sort systems.
Alphabetically by system name (default): Sorts systems alphabetically by name.
By number of blocks in system: Sorts systems by number of blocks. The list shows systems by decreasing number of blocks. In other words, it shows the system with the largest number of blocks that do not have requirements appears first in the list.
By system depth: Sorts systems by their depth in the model.
By traversal order: Sorts systems in the traversal order.
Search for: Reports only on blocks with the specified property name/property value pairs. To enable searching, click the check box. In the first row of the property name and property value table, click inside the edit box, delete the existing text, and type the property name and value. To add a row, use the Add row button.
For information about subsystem property names and values, in Block-Specific Parameters (Simulink), see the "Ports & Subsystems Library Block Parameters" section.
Create section for each object in loop: Inserts a section in the generated report for each object found in the loop.
Display the object type in the section title: Inserts the object type automatically into the section title in the generated report.
Number sections by system hierarchy:
Hierarchically numbers sections in the generated report. Requires
that Sort Systems be set to
Create link anchor for each object in loop: Create a link target for each missing requirement in the loop so that other parts of the report can link to it.
Yes, inserts a section if you select Create section for each object in loop and a link target if you select Create link anchor for each object in loop.