I'm migrating from 7.3 to 9.6 and, in the process, want to perform a process of combining several related but separate models into one super model but with separate Subject Areas.
Now, I can do this manually by i) Create the new empty Super Model ii) Create a new Subject Area for each of the related Models iii) copy and paste the objects from the separate model and paste into the new Subject area.
Actually, I don't really mind doing this but I was just wondering if there's a feature that I'm missing - essentially the reverse of the Split Model Functionality.
So, for example, in one of my new Models, which I'd call 'Common Entities', I've got 22 separate models ('Product' diagram, 'Country Diagram', etc) and I just want to bring these Tables into the main 'Common Entities' diagram as Subject Areas.
Any thoughts ?
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