Sparx released this week a new and improved version of Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect Community Site.
Sparx has announced the following : "In addition to making it easier to contribute, search and share material, we have added new functionality for connecting to social media, rating articles and subscribing to content via RSS.
We would like to thank all those that contacted us with feedback, as much of the redesign in response to your valuable comments and requests. We also welcome ongoing feedback as we continue to improve the user experience."
Visit Sparx EA community website on http://community.sparxsystems.com.
In order to factor a common behaviour between a given set of activities, there is sometimes a need to link a single activity diagram with several composite activities in Enterprise Architect. As a result a double click on any of those composite activities will open the same shared diagram. The benefit is to update a single activity diagram and its elements instead of updating the details of each composite activity diagram.
Prior to the current Sparx Enterprise Architect version (10), this could be achieved through a fastidious process.
Since version 10, EA lets you choose an existing and potentially shared/common diagram for a composite activity :
-> the pop-up window lets you choose an existing diagram from your EA project to set against the selected composite activity, as illustrated on the following screenshot.
Sparx Systems has officially released the new version 10 of Enterprise Architect, UML, BPMN, SysML modelling tool.
EA v10 includes:
Some of these features have been tested in the EA v10 beta preview article.
Sparx Systems will shortly release Enterprise Architect version 10. An overview of the main features is available from the following link: http://www.sparxsystems.com/products/ea/10/index.html.
This article is intended to provide a preview of the improvements and new features that are expected in Enterprise Architect v10 following a test carried on its beta 2. The features highlighted in this article are:
Using Enterprise Architect in a Team Environment often involves a version control repository like SVN (Subversion).
This article describes a way to compare the current version of a package in your model, which is controlled under an XMI file in SVN, with an older version of this package. This is achieved through the use of the EA Baseline feature.
Sparx Systems has officially released the new version 9.3 of Enterprise Architect with the following improvements:
This article is intended to illustrate the advantages of Commit Monitor, an SVN monitoring tool, when used to control Enterprise Architect modelling projects shared using SVN repositories.