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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.

Friday, 03 September 2010 02:12

Showing Classifier Notes in a custom compartment

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This example add-in demonstrates how to define a custom compartment to show the Notes defined by an Element's classifier. For example, an Object Instance will show the notes of the Class that it instantiates. The CS_AddinFramework example project can be used as the basis to implement this functionality. The code snippets attached to this article can be inserted into any working C# add-In. Summary of Code Two broadcast events need to be implemented to define a custom compartment - EA_QueryAvailableCompartments and EA_GetCompartmentData. EA_QueryAvailableCompartments returns the names of the custom compartments to be made available. Multiple compartments can be defined using…
Thursday, 05 August 2010 01:19

The French Chic

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In the fall of 2010, The Object Management Group is expected to adopt the Shared Operational Picture Exchange Services Specification (SOPES) IEDM. The SOPES IEDM specification formalizes a platform independent set of data patterns for the construction, parsing and processing of JC3IEDM semantics for situational awareness and collaborative planning. The data patterns apply directly to a set of transactions for the MIP Joint Consultation, Command and Control Information Exchange Data Model (JC3IEDM: version 3.1 c ratified December 2007). The specification provides this set of data patterns as building blocks for the exchange of information that is applicable to a wide…
Friday, 18 June 2010 10:27

Free and Open-Source add-in EA Navigator

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The EA Navigator is a free and open-source (BSD License) add-in for Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect that makes the life of any Enterprise Architect user a lot easier. It allows for quick navigation between different elements in a model, especially between those elements that are not easily found using the standard EA features. Using the dockable add-in window it retains a history of the 50 last selected model elements, and shows the important related elements at a glance. The EA Navigator is part of the Enterprise Architect Toolpack It allows you to navigate between: Operations and Sequence/Communication diagrams Operations and…
Wednesday, 03 March 2010 11:00

Add Diagram Feedback and Comment Link to HTML Report

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This describes a modification to the HTML report template which adds a link to each diagram which allows feedback to be provided by email on the diagram being viewed. The email captures the comments together with diagram identity and a hyperlink back to the diagram being commented on. Specifically the email generated by the hyperlink provides: a hyperlink to the diagram commented on the GUID diagram author name diagram modification date feedback comment Modify the HTML Report Template Under the Resources pane select the Web Style Templates Right-click to select 'Create HTML Template' Give it a suitable name. Under the…
Monday, 22 February 2010 17:46

UmlCanvas addin technology preview

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TheSoftwareFactory released a technology preview of the UmlCanvas addin for EA.This addin allows you to publish your EA class diagrams in the UmlCanvas technology to http://hosted.umlcanvas.orgDiagrams published at http://hosted.umlcanvas.org can then be used (and edited) from any webpage, blog, and even Google Wave.Download the addin at http://umlcanvas.org/About/Collaboration
Wednesday, 17 February 2010 05:18

Visualization of Package Dependencies

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When reverse engineering existing source code into Enterprise Architect, there is an option to import dependency relationships based on operation return types and parameter types. These dependencies are only shown between individual classes. Some users however, wish to view implicit dependencies at the Package level, which Enterprise Architect does not generate by default.The purpose of these scripts is to generate implicit dependencies at the package level based on the contents of the packages, and to assist with drawing a diagram to show these cross-package dependencies. Configuring the scripts In this example, we will take advantage of the new ability to…
Friday, 12 February 2010 15:01

EA UML meta model

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This EA model was created by first loading the xmi file provided by the OMG into StarUML, then exporting it as xmi and importing it in EA. Provided as such without warranty for completeness.
Monday, 21 December 2009 14:20

"General" Search Profile -- using SQL

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There are many situations where some specific search profile could be useful. But it's not good to create many search profiles because their list tends to be cluttered. There is some "general" search profile that uses the power of the repository.GetElementSet function below. When you create the following Addin-search and add the search profile to use this addin-function you can use searches using direct SQL queries like: select Object_ID from t_object where name like 'a%' The SQL has to return the list of object_id (see help for repository.GetElementSet)   Search profile (Plugin COM object is called EAPlugins) <Search Name="Find By…
Friday, 18 December 2009 09:09

Create a "hyperlink" for EA elements II.

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This is a reaction for this resource http://community.sparxsystems.com/resources/community/scripts/create-hyperlink-ea-elements where the same functionality is solved by script. I believe that using the search profile is more appropriate for the problem. The search profile below can find any package, object, attribute, operation, diagram by given ea_GUID. It can be given by the {261AEBEE-a0f0-4ba9-B60A-A26D663DBAFB} form or by BKM_261AEBEE_a0f0_4ba9_B60A_A26D663DBAFB form (it is used in RTF documents) The given search string can be the whole sentence just including the GUID (you don't have to extract guid from the sentence) -- it is useful when you use messages produced e.g. by some script where you can…
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