I have often to do with EA models I’ve never seen before. In case like this you have either to click through the project tree (can be confusing and time-robbing) or you use some predefined Model Views. The picture bellow … Continue reading
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UPDATE: at the bottom of the Post! We had an Issue with the combination of Visual Studio 2013 and Enterprise Architect 12 from Sparx Systems. Here are the steps to reproduce the issue. 1) .net Addin in for Enterprise Architect … Continue reading
Well yes: this is Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect and yes: this is ArcGIS Visualization within Enterprise Architect and no: this is not only a fake – if you are keen to get a customized solution that ist able such “strange” … Continue reading
As you might know, EAP files are MS Access database files with just some other extension.
Therefore, SQL Statements in EA are limited the way they are in Access itself.
So you want to quote the text from a memo-field like t_objects.Note? Bad idea!
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In previous articles we described the configuration for ODBC for Enterprise Architect under x64 systems and made the major mistake to mix up x64 and x32 again. We got some feedback on that topic and modified the passages where we … Continue reading
SparxSystems Central Europe hat eine grafische Repräsentation der UML Superstructure als Enterprise Architect veröffentlicht. Charmant… SparxSystems Central Europe published a graphical representation of the UML super structure as Enterprise Architect model. Here we go: http://umlnotation.sparxsystems.eu/
It may occur, that you update an EA Addin, and instantly it fails to work. In my case, it failed while writing to the settings-file located in user-temp folder. Although it was build for .NET Framework 3.5, the error message … Continue reading