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BPMN with EA: Call Activities

Helpful hints for Modeling BPMN Calling Activities in Enterprise Architect.

Posted in BPMN Activities, BPMN Flow Objects, Modelling BPMN, Tips & Tricks

BPMN with EA: Intermediate Events

Helpful hints for Modeling BPMN Intermediate Events in Enterprise Architect.

Posted in BPMN Events, BPMN Flow Objects, Modelling BPMN, Tips & Tricks

BPMN with EA: End Events

Helpful Hints for Modeling BPMN End Events in Enterprise Architect.

Posted in BPMN End Events, BPMN Events, BPMN Flow Objects, Modelling BPMN, Tips & Tricks

BPMN with EA: Start Events

Helpful Hints for Modeling BPMN Start Events in Enterprise Architect.

Posted in BPMN Events, BPMN Flow Objects, Modelling BPMN, Tips & Tricks

BPMN with EA: Gateways

Useful tips for modeling BPMN gateways in Enterprise Architect.

Posted in BPMN Flow Objects, Modelling BPMN, Tips & Tricks

BPMN with EA: Participants - Pools and Lanes

Useful tips for modeling BPMN participants in Enterprise Architect

Posted in BPMN Lanes, BPMN Pools, BPMN Participants, Modelling BPMN, Tips & Tricks

EA 15.0 released

Enterprise Architect ENTERPRISE ARCHITECT 15

Discover major release enhancements in Enterprise Architect 15 and understand how our best version yet can elevate your modeling experience.

Posted in Enterprise Architect, Latest Build

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

Enable User Security

Enabling Security on an Enterprise Architect project allows users to login to a model with certain privileges.

To enable User Security on your Corporate Enterprise Architect Project:

  1. Open your project file in Enterprise Arc…

Posted in User Interface, Enterprise Architect, Features, Configuration, Security, Teamwork

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.