The Diagnostics > Connectivity category includes parameters for detecting issues related to signal line connectivity, for example, unconnected ports and lines.
On the Configuration Parameters dialog box, the following configuration parameters are on the Commonly Used tab on the Diagnostics > Connectivity pane, or on the All Parameters tab in the Diagnostics > Connectivity category.
Select the diagnostic action to take when different names are used for the same signal as that signal propagates through blocks in a model. This diagnostic does not check for signal label mismatches on a virtual bus signal.
Select the diagnostic action to take when the model contains a block with an unconnected input.
Select the diagnostic action to take when the model contains a block with an unconnected output.
Select the diagnostic action to take while generating
a simulation target for a referenced model if any of the model's root Outport blocks
is connected to a bus but does not specify a bus object (see
Select the diagnostic action to take if the name of a bus element does not match the name specified by the corresponding bus object.
Select the diagnostic action to take when Simulink® software detects a virtual bus signal that is used as a mux signal.
Detect when Simulink implicitly converts a non-bus signal to a bus signal to support connecting the signal to a Bus Assignment or Bus Selector block.
Repair broken selections in the Bus Selector and Bus Assignment block parameter dialogs due to upstream bus hierarchy changes.
Select the diagnostic action to take if Simulink software detects incorrect use of a function-call subsystem.
Select the diagnostic action to take when Simulink software has to compute any of a function-call subsystem's inputs directly or indirectly during execution of a call to a function-call subsystem.