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Information, HOWTOs, tips and tricks to the EA Addin “Modeling Assistents” by LieberLieber.


Modeling Assistants Part 8

Automatic Connector-Style Application: This plugin made by our sister company LieberLieber provides the possibility to configure connector style information for a combination of connector-type, diagram-type, source and target element and all stereotypes, respectively. If this plugin is active and the user creates a link which is in the style configuration list,

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Modeling Assistants Part 7

Composite Diagram Forward: This plugin made by our sister company LieberLieber automatically opens the diagram of a composite element, when you double click on an element, which type (classifier) is a composite element. Hence, when you click on an element, you see the diagram which is linked by its type.

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Modeling Assistants Part 6

Element Suggestion Window: This plugin made by our sister company LieberLieber suggests an existing element with a similar name from your repository, when you create a new element. This helps to prevent creating the same or a similar element multiple times. This is especially helpful in bigger models maintained by multiple persons.

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Modeling Assistants Part 5

Package Dependency Generator: This plugin made by our sister company LieberLieber allows you to discover your models and better understand them by automatically generate dependencies between your model packages. A diagram is generated showing you which package is dependent on which package. A dependency is at hand when referring from one element to another element – both contained in a different package.

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Modeling Assistants Part 4

Move Diagram Elements into Package: Do you want to reorganize your project browser? This plugin made by our sister company LieberLieber provides the facility to select elements from the diagram and move them directly into a selected package in the project browser, without searching the element in the project browser and move the elements within the project browser.

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Modeling Assistants Part 3

Element Delete Control: Are you no longer sure where all of the links to and from your model elements are? Is the complexity becoming too difficult to manage? This plugin made by our sister company LieberLieber Software calculates the impact caused by an element deletion, before the element is definitely deleted.

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Modeling Assistents 2.6 released

logo-modellierungs-assistenten Our sister company, LieberLieber Software, has updated their modeling wizards for Enterprise Architect and we now offer them for testing and purchase. From the experience in countless projects, LieberLieber has assembled a package of those assistants who are particularly in demand. So if you want to make your daily work with Enterprise Architect easier,

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Modeling Assistants Part 2

Connector Style Assistant (CS Assistant) Would you like to lend your model a personalized touch?  This plugin made by our sister company LieberLieber Software allows you changing the style of multiple connectors at once. The current version supports setting the line routing style, the line color and the line thickness.

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Modeling Assistants Part 1

Do you often experience challenges when trying to decipher the structure of your model? Our sister company LieberLieber Software may have just the solution for you – introducing the Metamodel Generator. This plugin generates a domain specific metamodel for the current model in the repository. This helps to understand the structure of your current repository and can be used to create a reference metamodel to define modeling rules.

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