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Sparx Systems


99 Albert Street
Creswick,
Victoria
3363
Australia
P: +61 3 5345 1140
F: +61 3 5345 1104
 
Sparx Systems specializes in high performance and scalable visual modeling tools for the planning, design and construction of software intensive systems. A Contributing Member of the Object Management Group (OMG), Sparx Systems is committed to realizing the potential of model-driven development based on open standards. The company’s flagship product, Enterprise Architect, has received numerous accolades since its commercial release in August, 2000. Enterprise Architect is the design tool of choice for over 740,000 registered users worldwide.

This document explains how version control concepts apply to Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect and suggests best practices for establishing version control in shared and distribute.

d modeling environments.

Thursday, 24 September 2009 00:57

Requirements Management with Enterprise Architect

Enterprise Architect (EA) is one of the few UML tools that integrate requirements management with other software development disciplines, by creating requirements directly in the model. Requirements management is built into the core product, solving many of the issues of traceability, interdisciplinary team divisions, integration with change and configuration management systems.

Thursday, 24 September 2009 00:19

Setting Up Version Control

Enterprise Architect supports version control of packages through an interface to third party version control repositories. The three main types of repositories supported are the Microsoft SCC compliant version control applications, the open source CVS version control and Subversion version control. This paper presents the key processes related to version control systems, and provides insight into working with third party products that claim to support the SCC interface.

Wednesday, 23 September 2009 23:36

MDA Overview

The OMG’s Model Driven Architecture initiative is aimed at increasing productivity and re-use through separation of concern and abstraction. A Platform Independent Model (PIM) is an abstract model which contains enough information to drive one or more Platform Specific Models (PSM). Possible PSM artifacts may include source code, DDL, configuration files, xml and other output specific to the target platform.

Wednesday, 23 September 2009 23:27

Deployment of Enterprise Architect

Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect is designed for use within large corporate environments. As a scalable modeling platform, Enterprise Architect provides a range of deployment options to accommodate the variety of modern enterprises. This whitepaper discusses the options available for enterprise-wide sharing of model information. Typical organizational structures discussed include a single site (LAN/WAN), a single site with multiple projects and multiple sites.

Monday, 19 March 2012 23:16

Interoperability Unleashed

This presentation illustrates the importance of describing complex architectures using open, interoperable, modeling languages to produce a comprehensive, highly interactive view of your architecture that promotes more effective decision-making capabilities that are vital to an organization's ability to react quickly to market change.

 

 

The Sparx Systems Key Store Service is used to manage the registration keys issued with the Floating Licenses purchased for Enterprise Architect Corporate, Business and Software Engineering, Systems Engineering, and Ultimate editions, and for related MDG products. This visual guide illustrates how to use the Key Store to manage Floating License Keys.

Tuesday, 30 November 2010 01:31

Executable Business Rules

This Quick Start Guide demonstrates how to model Business Rules using Enterprise Architect. A car rental example illustrates the process of creating Executable Business Rules, introducing key concepts such as the Business Domain Model and Rule Composer.

Tuesday, 21 September 2010 12:53

Intro to Creating a MDG File

This Quick Start Guide demonstrates how to write scenarios using Enterprise Architect's Structured Scenario Editor. Included is an example ATM Banking System Use Case, from which Activity Diagrams, Test Cases and Testing Diagrams are automatically generated using the Structured Scenario Editor.

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