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SQL Search: Which InformationFlow relationship uses element X

The EA offers the possibility to search for the model element used in an InformationFlow in the Project Browser.

To do this, select the InformationFlow in the diagram and choose Read more ›

Posted in Model Search

Modell-Suche in Package-Branch

The Enterprise Architect model repository is a database. Databases can be easily queried with SQL. This results in a wealth of possibilities. A minor problem is recursions! See this blog article.

The structure in the ProjectBrowser – the model tree – corresponds to a parentID, which is stored in the line of the child. To create a recursive query here, we need recursive SQL, which supports some databases.

Posted in Model Search

Executable State Machine Simulation mit Java Script

The Executable Model Simulation in EA is a powerful tool. In contrast to interpreted model simulation, executable model simulation generates code, which is then executed. The currently executed behavior is then visualized in the EA.

Posted in Best Practices, Model Simulation

Single Sign On mit OpenID

Posted in User Interface, Enterprise Architect, News, Teamwork

EA 12 -> EA 13 Mapping Table

When switching from one version to the next, the menu structure is often revised.

To make the switch from EA 12 to EA 13 as simple as possible, we have created a mapping table.

The table can be downloaded Posted in EA FAQs, Enterprise Architect, Tips & Tricks

EA 13 -> EA 14.1 Mapping Table

Since EA 13 the EA offers the possibility to search for menu commands. Unfortunately, this search does not show where to find the command in the ribbon structure.

Therefore, we have created a translation table from EA 13.5 to 14.1.

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Posted in EA FAQs, Enterprise Architect, Tips & Tricks

Modelling Assistants

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Posted in LieberLieber Modeling Assistents

Keystore/Floating-Lizenzen unter Enterprise Architect 8.0 (ab Build 855)

Posted in News

Show parts of the Diagram as Sketch

An important point in modeling is the process model. So when does who do what and why and especially how? How we come to a suitable procedure model is already described in this article. Here I would like to sketch briefly how we can use the chart …

Posted in Best Practices

Keystore/Floating-Lizenzen unter Enterprise Architect 7.5 (bis einschließlich Build 850)

Posted in Installation, Licenses