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Tutorials can be used to become more productive and efficient in the use of Enterprise Architect. Tutorials, getting started guides, videos and workbooks can all be used to explain concepts and assist others in realizing the power and flexibility of using Enterprise Architect. Use this link to submit tutorials, training material, example workbooks and quick start guides.

Thursday, 12 January 2017 09:14

Requirements Checklists

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Requirements Checklist by Phil Chudley, Principal Consultant There is a hidden gem in Enterprise Architect (I am using version 13), but this gem is available in previous versions (I believe version 11 and version 12). This is an element called a Requirements Checklist, although it could be used as a checklist for other elements. A Requirements Checklist allows the modeller to create a list of check-boxes, which can be used against an element (or elements), to manage at least the following: Element completeness. Element quality. This article introduces the Requirements Checklist and illustrates how such an element can be used…
Friday, 02 December 2016 12:03

How to use the Relationship Matrix

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Above all else one of the most recurring questions Dunstan Thomas Consulting has encountered from clients over the years is "How do we use the Relationship Matrix?" With that in mind we've got a short clip on how you can start effectively putting the Relationship Matrix into use for yourself...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miiWN5PBuk0&t=30s   Sam NiceOnline Training, Marketing & Product SpecialistDunstan Thomas Consulting@DTUML   
Friday, 02 December 2016 11:58

What's new with ArchiMate 3.0 & EA v.13?

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ArchiMate 3.0 by Phil Chudley, Principal Consultant at Dunstan Thomas Consulting   The Open Group released the official specification of ArchiMate 3.0 in June 2016, and this new specification is supported in Enterprise Architect version 13. This article summarises the new features and changes within ArchiMate 3.0 and provides an example of how to migrate an existing ArchiMate 2.0 model to ArchiMate 3.0 model using Enterprise Architect v.13. Summary of Changes The following is a summary of the changes made within ArchiMate 3.0: Motivation Extension; New element for modelling Outcomes. New set of Strategy Elements, Resource, Capability, Course of Action.…
Software and Systems Engineering, as any other interdisciplinary activity, requires the ability and means to build systems which are so large and complex that they have to be built by teams or even by teams of teams of engineers. In combination with a model-based approach, these teams need the possibility for modeling in a concurrent way. With other words, multiple users must be able to work on the same model in parallel or even on multiple versions of the same system. In code-centric software engineering, developers profit for years from the features provided by Version Control Systems (VCS), whereby one…
  Enterprise Architect version 13 Beta ~ Simulation using SysML 1.4 and OpenModelica     Sparx Systems released the first Beta of Enterprise Architect version 13 to registered users on June 3rd 2016. Since then a further build of the Beta was released on July 20th 2016.   Numerous changes have been made in version 13 (a full summary can be found at http://www.sparxsystems.com/products/ea/13/ ). I have not tried them all, but one of the more complex features is explored in this tutorial, namely, Simulation using SysML 1.4 and OpenModelica.   In the help for Enterprise Architect version 13 is…
Friday, 22 July 2016 11:54

Time Aware Modelling in EA version 13 Beta

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  Enterprise Architect version 13 Beta ~ Time Aware Modelling     Sparx Systems released the first Beta of Enterprise Architect version 13 to registered users on June 3rd 2016. Since then a further build of the Beta was released on July 20th 2016.   Numerous changes have been made in version 13 (a full summary can be found at http://www.sparxsystems.com/products/ea/13/ ). I have not tried them all, but one of the more exciting features is explored in this tutorial, namely, Time Aware Modelling.   Overview     Time Aware Modelling is the ability to create an As-Is model, and…
Tuesday, 12 July 2016 07:41

Custom Progress Bars in EA version 13 Beta

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  Enterprise Architect version 13 Beta     Sparx Systems released the first Beta of Enterprise Architect version 13 to registered users on June 3rd 2016. Since then a further build of the Beta was released on June 17th 2016.   Numerous changes have been made in version 13 ( a full summary can be found at http://www.sparxsystems.com/products/ea/13/ ). I have not tried them all, therefore this document provides some hints and tips on just two of the new features:   Office 2016 Visual Style Custom Progress Bars   Office 2016 Visual Style     The first thing you will…
Re-Using Elements In this latest instalment in the series Phil Chudley will be looking at how to re-use Elements from your repository in Enterprise Architect. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DIs2ROV8fM  As always all of our videos are available right now via our YouTube channel ... and don't forget to subscribe!
Even though Agile promised us “working software over comprehensive documentation” in its Manifesto there are still highly regulated industries, such as banking, healthcare, insurance and government administration (to name just few), where IT systems must be properly documented. Even when your development team is agile, proper documentation is still vital for complex solutions. Quite frankly, most of the IT systems developed in-house are complex and closed – they are developed by handful of people who know them inside out but no one else in the organization knows how they work – just image what would happen if they are gone? Usually, documentation is…
Managing Connectors In this latest instalment in the series Phil Chudley will be looking at managing your connectors in Enterprise Architect. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhTsvUDrgDU As always all of our videos are available right now via our YouTube channel ... and don't forget to subscribe!
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