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The Community Resources section may include Enterprise Architect models, scripts, technologies and add-ons. These resources can extend and enrich the Enterprise Architect experience. Use this link to submit innovative tools, models, add-ons and resources that the enterprise architect community may find beneficial.

With this script you can change set all the lines styles on a diagram at once, to your preferred style per type of connector. In Enterprise Architect you can choose from no less then 9 different line styles for the connectors. Unfortunately you can only choose from the first three to be the default line style for new connectors. Additionally you can also specify the default for Generalization to be Tree Style, but that is it. For me that is not enough. I have my own habits when making UML diagrams. For most connector types I use Orthogonal – Square, but not…
Enterprise Architect comes standard with an Find Orphans search, which is supposed to give you a list of all elements that are no longer used in the model, and thus better be removed from the model altogether. The problem with this search is that it will only report elements that are not shown on a diagram; which should not be the only criterion to determine if an element is an orphan or not. Not being on a diagram is just fine. I have lots of elements in my model that are not on a diagram, that doesn’t mean they are not used anymore.…
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 18:15

Pong with Enterprise Architect

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For some time now we wanted to do funny stuff again. And what’s easier for the proof-of-concept for EA as a gaming engine than the 30 years old classic ‘Pong’? All it takes is some Wrapper for the EA-Diagram-Coordinates and a basic engine for collision detection. Both was done in C# rapidly. Astonishing is EA’s performance, because every 50ms the positions are changed and EA.Diagram.Save is called. Here is the linkt to the Video... Here you can find the original blog entry...      
Sunday, 27 September 2015 00:11

MDG Technology for GSN (Goal Structure Notation)

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This XML file is MDG Technology for GSN. You can create GSN (Goal Structure Notation) model on Enterprise Architect. You can use GSN Diagram, GSN Toolbox, GSN objects and Quicklinker rule for GSN objects.
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 12:28

A web publication platform for an ArchiMate model

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A web publication platform for an ArchiMate model Introduction As an independent Enterprise Architect (EA) consultant I often get the question what the possibilities are for publishing the repository content over the web. Of course in EA there is the possibility to generate a HTML version of the model but in most cases my customers demand extra functionality like key word search or a discussion module. In my current assignment for the National Health Broker in The Netherlands the introduction of a webbased solution was evident. One of the most important product of this organisation is the architectural documentation of…
Tuesday, 26 May 2015 02:08

Add-In for Fault Tree Analysis

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This FTA Add-In enables to write Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) diagram in Enterprise Architect. It offers some userful features like auto-layout.   - Installation   Please unzip the attached file, then right-click EAAddinSetup.bat file and select 'Run As Administrator'. If installation is succeeded, you can find 'FTA' menu item under Extension menu of Enterprise Architect.   - How to create FTA   Just the same as creating other type of diagrams. At first, create top-level intermediate event and then use the QuickLinker to add other events or gates. You can set basic properties by double-clicking target object.   - Add-In…
Tuesday, 10 February 2015 22:26

Enterprise Architect 12 Wireframing preview

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Introduction Enterprise Architect 12 is due to be released this year, with the RC2 currently available to download and test. Amongst its enhancements, I came across the new User Interface Wireframing support. Wireframing lets you define a visual representation of a screen with its interface elements such as labels, fields, and buttons. Having defined several screens, a navigation model can built e.g. to specify the navigation from the login screen to the account summary screen via a “submit” user action. Wireframing is intended to define User Interface diagrams that focus on functionality and help to obtain business validation upfront. Wireframing …
Enterprise Architect includes the package baseline feature that lets you create snapshots - backups of your model within the project (data is stored in the project's database). Once the baseline feature is used, it can be cumbersome to find the packages that have baselines. Such information can be required e.g. to delete baselines that are no longer relevant in order to free some space, or to find the most recent backup from a model's parent package. This article provides a user defined search, FindPackageBaselines, that lets you search through all existing baselines within the project, and display the associated package…
Introduction Add-Ins are a very powerful means of extending Enterprise Architect's built-in functionality. However, in some cases you have a hard time navigating down to deeply nested items of your add-in menu in order to trigger their associated functions. Wouldn't it come in handy to have the possibility of defining an arbitrary number of keyboard shortcuts that invoke custom functionalities of your add-in? Of course, it would and this tutorial presents how this can be achieved. Firstly, I'm going to explain which technical challenges existed and how they were tackled in order to get the solution running properly. This might…
I recently imported a number of requirements in my Enterprise Architect project with the following details: title, reference (stored in the requirement's alias), and description. By default Sparx Enterprise Architect sorts requirements within a given package by the element's name in the alphabetical order. When a package contains various types of elements (e.g. classes, interfaces, use cases, etc.), each group of elements from the same type is sorted separately. The following illustrates a mix of requirements, classes, and interfaces created within a package, in their default sorting order: Going back to my requirements, I needed to sort them by the…
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