Is it possible to only show Objects on a diagram based on a property value? Ideally we want two "views" on a diagram, one showing all Applications with an attribute set to a specific value and the other showing those with the same attribute set to a different value.
For example imagine an application city plan. Each application has an attribute "Category". Now there should be two views, view A shows only the Applications on the diagram where Category = A and view B shows only the Applications on the diagram where Category is not A.
This means we have a diagram with a skeleton of objects and shapes wich is always visible and we can select what other objects to display atop this skeleton.
If I understand, you want to display certain objects and hide other objects in diagrams.
There is a standard feature called 'Reading Access' (previously called 'confidentiality')
It enables to associate users and objects to levels (Reading Access Area) organized in a graph
Let us consider
A user U1, associated to a Reading Access Area RA1
An object O1, associated to a Reading Access Area RA2
RA1 is lower as RA2
If O1 is displayed in a diagram, U1 will not see it
This does not work as you described but looks like an answer
For HOPEX V1R2, you will find more details in the user manual 'MEGA Administration-Supervisor', section 'Managing Data Reading Access'
unfortunately we want the same user to be able to "toggle" his view, much like hiding all elements related to a specific DiagramTypeView.