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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.

Friday, 10 September 2010 12:06

An Overview of AMUSE

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Introduction In this newsletter we provided an overview of a new Add-In called AMUSE for Enterprise Architect version 8.862. An Overview of AMUSE AMUSE (Advanced Modeling in UML with Simulation and Execution) is an Add-In for EA 8.0 Build 862 or EA 7.5 Build 850 or higher is required (EA Systems Engineering or Ultimate Edition) and extends the functionality of Enterprise Architect to provide the ability to execute workflows that have been modelled using UML State Machine Diagrams. This Add-In has been developed by LieberLieber (www.lieberlieber.com ) and is marketed as: “Detecting issues early in the project lifecycle can save…
This Quick Start Guide demonstrates how to create Strategic Models, including a Mind Mapping Diagram, Organizational Chart, Flowchart, Value Chain, Balanced Scorecard, Strategy Map and Decision Tree. An on-line strategy for a restaurant is used to illustrate how Enterprise Architect can cross-link various strategic models, providing comprehensive traceability that enables stakeholders to trace a requirement directly to a recorded discussion or corporate strategy.
Diagram Filters allow you to tailor the presentation of diagrams and conduct meaningful comparisons. Dynamic Visual Filtering lets you highlight diagram elements based on selected properties such as Author, Status, Stereotype and Version. Diagram Filters are ideal for comparing 'as-is' and 'to-be' architectures. They can also be used to visualize changes to a model diagram after a given date.
This article gives an overview of how to use Enterprise Architect's new Structured Scenario capability to generate acceptance tests by expanding "use case threads". If you consider a use case with one “sunny day” scenario and four “rainy day” scenarios, you can expand that use case into at least five “threads”, each of which defines a potential acceptance test for some part of your system...
Tuesday, 23 March 2010 09:56

Webinar; TFS/EA Integration

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This webinar from Dunstan Thomas was written & presented by Jamie Temple, one of Dunstan Thomas' Principal Consultants. The webinar looks at Team Foundation Server, Microsoft's entry into the domain of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tools, and how it can be used alongside Sparx Systems' Enterprise Architect UML Modelling tool. Agenda: Webinar Goals/Introduction Integration Options: Modelling in Visual Studio Developing in Enterprise Architect Controlling EA packages using TFS TFS/EA integration Work item management in EA Requirements management in TFS Q&A You can view this video and all of our archived videos on our website; http://dthomas-software.co.uk/resources/videos/webinar-archive/
Tuesday, 23 March 2010 09:43

Webinar; Deployment Options of Enterprise Architect

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This webinar from Dunstan Thomas discusses the options of using the various projects within Enterprise Architect, specifically, version 7.5 The webinar is presented by Phil Chudley one of the Senior Consultants and OMG Certified UML Professionals at Dunstan Thomas. Agenda: Provide an overview of the projects within Enterprise Architect & when to use: Standalone Projects Shared Projects Master Replica Version Control Describe Baselines including Branch and Merge Provide advice on how to apply security to projects including locking policies. This webinar concludes with a Q&A session in which Phil is joined by Stuart Trotter, Principal Consultant & OMG Certified UML…
This tutorial will teach you a visual approach for generating Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) code from your model. Using a “Hello World” example, we illustrate how Enterprise Architect can automatically generate BPEL code for you.
Thursday, 11 March 2010 23:07

A Modeling Framework for Enterprise Architecture

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This video shows a presentation given by Terry Merriman at the International Association of Software Architects (IASA) conference in New York City in October, 2009. It discusses the general concepts of modeling enterprise architecture and then provides a live walk-through of an architectural reference model. The model was created using the (EA)2 Enterprise Architecture Modeling Framework, an add-in for Enterprise Architect supplied by OAD Consulting, Inc. The presentation shows how use Enterprise Architect and (EA)2 to model... the horizontal slices of the enterprise architecture, namely the Business, Application, Data, and Infrastructure architectural views, the verical slices of the enterprise architecture,…
This document uses a retail banking example to illustrate how Enterprise Architect can be used to develop Use Cases and a Requirements Model. The document also gives you hands on experience with Use Case Diagrams, Business Rules, Features and the Relationship Matrix.
This document is designed to give an overview of using Enterprise Architect for the first time. It introduces important concepts such as the Project Browser, Toolbox and the Start Page, providing a practical demonstration of how to create a data flow diagram for a library system using Enterprise Architect.
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