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1 Getting Started with Enterprise Architect and Subversion Prepared by: Gerald R. Gray, CIMple Integrations Kay Stefferud, Enernex

2 Agenda EA Strengths/Weaknesses Pre-requisites Access Setup & Configuration Creating common OpenSG diagrams

3 EA Uses and Benefits Supports IT system, software, and business processes Models, designs, builds, and tests software Uses standard Unified Modeling Language (UML) Can be used to create: – Business Process Models – Class diagrams and software artifacts Central repository for process and IT system information Interfaces with version control package e.g. Subversion Fast, built-in or custom document generation & HTML

4 EA Weaknesses May be a poor choice for complex system diagrams – Visio is “prettier” – PowerPoint also an option Complex User Interface – Extensive feature set may lead to confusion – Time saving “tricks” difficult to learn Diagrams not useful if team doesn’t see value – UML/BPM may be used currently at their site – Some users intimidated by tool

5 Pre-requisites Sparx Enterprise Architect – – Version 8 just released – $135 - $699 depending on version Subversion – Command-line client (required) – TortoiseSVN (optional)

6 Access Credentials to UCAIUG Microsoft SharePoint site Added to the Source Code Access group in the UCAIUG SharePoint user management (Tony Adams, Kay Clinard) Coordinate with the appropriate team, OpenADE, OpenADR, OpenAMIENT

7 Installation Install – Enterprise Architect (v7.5 or greater) – Subversion command-line client – TortoiseSVN (Windows)

8 Working Directory Creation C:\OpenSG\Test\Working – In Windows Explorer, right-click on folder Using TortoiseSVN repo browse to: – Enter credentials if prompted Right-click on folder in left-hand panel Select Export… to directory created above

9 EA Configuration Start Enterprise Architect Open the project From main menu select – Project  Version Control  Version Control Settings…

10 EA Configuration – Create a unique name – Select Subversion type – Point to working directory – Subversion exe path should pre- populate – Click Save

11 EA Configuration Right-click on Package Select Package Control Select Add Branch to Version Control… The key icon is added to each package

12 Common OpenSG Diagrams Use Case Business Process – Integration Requirements Sequence Diagram

13 Adding a Use Case Project Browser – New Package – Storm Trooper Use Cases – New Diagram – Use Case – In the workspace add Actors, cases, associations – Saves changes, check-in package

14 Adding a Business Process Project Browser – Add New Package – Saloon Business Processes – New Diagram – Activity – Open workspace, right-click for Swimlanes and Matrix… – Add swimlanes – Add Activity and flows

15 Integrations Requirements Addition to the Activity diagram – Typically a hand-off from the business user to the architect/software – Object flow between two activities, typically spanning actors (swimlanes) – Add requirement (from common tools) Add Integration to Type Use object node to identify service

16 Adding Sequence Diagram Project Browser – Add New Package – Saloon Sequence Diagrams – New Diagram – Saloon Sequence – Cleanup Open workspace – Add Actors – Add flows (asynchronous) – Add returns (“Is Return” checkbox)

17 Reference EA Free Trial – Subversion Documentation – EA Tutorials and Online Help – Test Repository –


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