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General Board / Re: Issue Tracking
« on: August 01, 2008, 05:58:52 am »
Thanks... I'll have to take a look at Atlassian - never heard of it.

So you looked at integration FROM EA to something as opposed to FROM something INTO EA?

Steve

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General Board / Issue Tracking
« on: July 27, 2008, 12:09:14 am »
Hi Everyone,

After a long absence I'm finally surfacing.   Hope all is well with everyone.

Question: what issue/enhancement/task tracking and scheduling tool do people use that interface with EA?

Thanks in advance,

Steve

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General Board / Re: Download Page
« on: November 15, 2005, 04:41:27 pm »
Thanks -  It appears that the page has been now updated.

Thanks

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General Board / Re: Download Page
« on: November 15, 2005, 02:44:33 pm »
Thanks... did you see a 6.0 beta or the old 5.x links?

Cheers,

Steve

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General Board / Download Page
« on: November 15, 2005, 11:37:35 am »
Hi Everyone,

Sorry to bother y'all but is the registered user download page reflecting older versions of EA and does not have a link to the new 6.0 beta page... or is this just on my machine?

Thanks in advance,

Steve

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General Board / Method impact
« on: February 18, 2004, 01:30:13 pm »
Hi everyone (long time I know)...

Does anyone have a suggestion for how a model needs to be put together to yield results for the following question:

Let's say I have a method of a class that I am about to change.   How would I find all of the Use Cases that could potentially be impacted by such a change; and, subsequently, how would I know what Test Scripts that need to be re-runned should such a change be implemented?

I look forward to some great suggestions...

Cheers,

Steve

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General Board / Re: Where's EA-Req Pro (from World EIT)
« on: June 17, 2003, 09:16:38 am »
Dave:

Hi!

We've modified everything and added a ton including new White Papers and Fact Sheets, brochures, training seminars, a product tour, the User Manual, and the product itself.   In the time being, if you check earlier in this thread you can get the general idea of what's going on with this first product.

Hope this finds you well... personally, I'm bushed...

Cheers,

Steve

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General Board / Re: Where's EA-Req Pro (from World EIT)
« on: June 15, 2003, 08:42:02 pm »
Andrew,

I hear ya!  I've been away for some time now, as you probably noticed, and I hope that we are moments away from having the NEW web site up with some new things.   Nick, Dan and I are going through things one last time.   As soon as the switch is thrown, Nick or I will be up here to let y'all know.

Thanks again...

Steve

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General Board / Re: Where's EA-Req Pro (from World EIT)
« on: March 18, 2003, 01:54:37 pm »
Chris,

Can you send me a private message with more detailed contact information?

EPG is a division of World-eIT.  World-eIT uses the tool set developed by EPG to develop their own consumer-based product offering (like accounting).   Therefore, you don't have to worry about WEIT.

As you can see on our vision statementm off our web site, we are going to work with the direction set forth by Sparx and to offer those enterprise-wide products that, in conjunction with EA, make COMPLETE sense from enterprise-wide EA-UP paradigm/process.  EA-RequirementControl is the first in this series.  Therefore, the business case to move to EA and our product offerings should be driven by need, functionality, and price.   I don't know what your three issues here are pertaining to these three points and can't elaborate upon at this time until I know more (hence the private email).   In addition, I can't speak for Geoff and his crew, but for EPG, we are doing everything we can to support their efforts and that between the two companies, we will have ALL that you will need.

As far as EPG and our development/release dates, I won't say.  I remember the tragedy of the Osborne and that was enough for me.   I will tell people what we are working on and where we are in the development process (I've done so here quite bluntly).  And, by going to our site, you can tell what is not only next in the pipeline (the call to Beta testers is a good indication) but can also tell what IS the product offering (you can see that in the menu options AS WELL AS the listing of the products in our newly opened Discussion Pages).

Suffice to say that our goal is to have a truly Integrated Enterprise Suite of tools, consisting of our product offerings and EA.  Another goal is to offer a clear choice to the marketplace depending on the needs of that marketplace with regards to true enterprise project development, documentation, and management processes.   I believe that incorporating tools that deal with Six Sigma (or even CMI) and Business AS IS modeling (like Pro Activity and/or BP Win) that OUR combined solution sets the standard of an integrated and COMPLETE suite that can not be matched by "others".  

I hope this helps and please feel free to send me an email or join our discussion group.

Take care,

Steve

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General Board / Re: Where's EA-Req Pro (from World EIT)
« on: March 10, 2003, 06:57:46 am »
Andrew (and others),

Well... lots have happened so here's the official status of things.

The REAL name of the product is EA-RequirementControl.  We are still slating a release sometime this month (we hope).  We've finished RTF generation classes and have recently added PDF generation.  We're testing these new classes out at the moment.   Once they are tested we'll finish up on all the UP document generation based on the Template Builder.

Also, we've spun off this group to form a new company dedicated to these types of tools and processes.   We're still putting all of the pieces together including sales offices (a new one in the UK!!!) and white papers for the new web site.  We've also added a discussion board.   So now that that is working, I'm VERY pleased to announce we are ready for general viewing.

For all information, support, questions and other stuff regarding our products, services, seminars, training, et cetera, please check out our new home at:

http://www.EnterpriseProcessGroup.com

Again, this will be an on-going work in progress but I reviewed most of the stuff over the weekend and most everything has been transfered over to this new site.

Thanks for the patience and let us know what you think of the new home!

Cheers,

Steve Straley
CEO - Enterprise Process Group, Inc.
CTO - World-eIT, Inc.

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General Board / Re: changes, issues & reqs in code gen
« on: June 23, 2003, 02:53:51 am »
Leslie,

I'm not sure if we are however, one of the things we're doing is sync-ing up the issues with the various models within EA.   The idea is that an 'issue' is a ticket item that can be synced with various items within EA and will remain associated and 'open' until 'closed' by a member of the team.   Once an "issue" is closed and the model locked along with the generated code, then keeping those in sync is a different point (and no longer an 'issue' per se) that we're not addressing at this time, but will.

Cheers,

Steve

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General Board / Re: changes, issues & reqs in code gen
« on: June 22, 2003, 10:03:53 am »
Leslie,

We are working on a solution integrating these items along with external artifacts and version control along with test scripts and things of this nature.   This "solution" is in a product we are developing called EPG-DefectAndIssueControl.  If you are familiar with ClearQuest then you will get the general idea of this product.  The current design does indeed integrate with those items entered in EA.   We are currently accepting BETA applications for this so if you are interested, please pop over to our site at http://www.EnterpriseProcessGroup.com and complete the Beta Application for EPG-DefectAndIssueControl.

Hope this helps to some degree.

Cheers,

Steve

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General Board / Re: Communicating Your Design to Developers
« on: June 22, 2003, 10:10:03 am »
Fred,

You actually hit on one of the main goals of our recent released product.   In working with some of the other "suites" I found it totally absured to UML model in one product, build text documents in another, and then generate the comibed reports in a third.  So one of our goals was to allow a "diagram" in EA to be tagged within the text generation and when the documents are created, to pull the diagram over.   In that, the "requirements management" and subsequent text are held in a separate repository (allowing for traceability).

Cheers,

Steve

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General Board / EPG-RequirementControl and EPG
« on: June 20, 2003, 07:35:22 pm »
Hi Everyone!

Thank you all for your patience.  We are very pleased to announce several things.  

First, our web site has been modified and is back on-line at http://www.EnterpriseProcessGroup.Com.

Second, we are pleased to announce the release of EPG-RequirementControl - 1.0.  The installation and user guides are also on-line.

Third, please check out our new White Papers and our new Seminar Series including a seminar on Enterprise Architect and a new Best Practice Process known as "The PUMP Paradigm".

And finally, please review our new beta program for our next product: EPG-DefectAndIssueControl.

On behalf of everyone here at EPG, we appreciate everyone's patience and support.

Thanks again and cheers!

Steve

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General Board / Re: several items
« on: February 20, 2003, 08:39:58 am »
Shawn,

fwiw, issue #11 - Rose/RequistePro doesn't spell check on labels or "entry items", only the main text.

Steve

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