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Thursday, 10 December 2015 13:49

Mastering the Creation of Style Sheets for Model Reporting

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Introduction

 

In order to provide a consistent look-and-feel to documents (RTF/DOCX/PDF) produced from Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect, Sparx Systems provided the facility of a Style sheet so that when applied, the styles defined in the style sheet override the corresponding styles used within the document template(s).

 

A style sheet is selected when a document is to be generated using either:

 

  • An artefact selected in the Project Browser such as a package.

  • A Master Document.

 

 

The main challenge faced by EA users is the creation of the style sheet, this tutorial provides you with the techniques for the creation and use of a style sheet.

Please see the attached tutorial for full details of this process.

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Phil Chudley

Dunstan Thomas (Principal Consultant)
 
I am a Principal Consultant at Dunstan Thomas Consultancy Ltd, Portsmouth, UK. I have been using Enterprise Architect for the last 9 years, and UML even longer than that! I also provide training and consultancy services for organisations using Enterprise Architect.
 
My main modelling interests are UML, BPMN 2.0, SysML 1.3 and Archimate 2.0 and I am both UML and TOGAF 9.0 certified.
 
I write extensions for Enterprise Architect especially custom modelling environments using MDG.
 
I am also an active member of the EAUG and have presented all the London events in addition to Nuremberg, Munich, Zurich, Brussels and Gothenburg.
 
 
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Website: dthomas-software.co.uk/
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