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Maybe on the problem system you have strict UML Syntax enabled, whilst it isn't enabled on the other installation?

On a diagram, attributes of an element are displayed in a compartment. You can hide the attributes in that compartment on a specific element - Right-click on the element in the diagram and select the Compartment Visibility option. Now, you can hide Attributes of a certain SCOPE by deselecting the appropriate checkbox in the Attribute Visibility panel, but to hide ALL attributes shown in the element, make sure that the Attributes checkbox is deselected in the Show Element Compartments panel.

If you want to hide the attributes on every element in a diagram, right-click on the diagram background and select the Properties option. This displays the Properties dialog for the diagram. Select the Elements page from the list on the left of the dialog. In the Show Compartments panel, again clear the Attributes checkbox.

Does that do what you wanted?

I think you would render an event of Tiggers as having a top made out of rubber and a bottom made out of springs...

(And pay due reverence to the combined work of A A Milne and Walt Disney.)

Ah - and I have looked more closely at what Arshad was talking about, and he was actually referring to the drop-down menu on the 'Hamburger' icon in the Project Browser toolbar. This does contain a 'Document Generation' option, but (still) not an 'Exclude Package from Reports' option. So use the ribbon.

If there is no Package panel on the Design ribbon, perhaps you have a customized ribbon where the Package panel has been specifically excluded. Let us know if that seems to be the case.

In the Project Browser, click on the Package.
Select the Design ribbon.
In the 'Package' panel of the ribbon, click on the Edit icon.
In the drop-down menu that displays, click on the 'Advanced' option.
In the sub-menu that displays, click on the 'Generated Report Options' option.
The Generated Report Options dialog displays.
Click on the 'Exclude Package from Generated Reports' radio button.
Click on the OK button

The Package you selected will be excluded from any reports generated on the hierarchy that contains that Package.

If you want to add the Package back in to the reports, go through the same process but select the 'Include Package in Generated Reports' radio button.

No, Arshad was saying that there is no Document Generation option in the Package Browser or Diagram context menus.

Through the ribbon, you can exclude any single Package from inclusion in a generated report. If you want to exclude more than one Package, apply the option to each Package.

No, I believe that Geert meant creating a diagram theme; that is, how a diagram and its contents are displayed.

The Help for this has been corrected; until the corrected edition is released, use the ribbon access pathway provided by Arshad.

General Board / Re: Importing model from Rhapsody to EA
« on: April 17, 2018, 09:59:00 am »
Or post the same item several times. Just make your point once.

General Board / Re: Rational Rhapsody to Enterprise Architect using XM
« on: April 17, 2018, 09:41:45 am »
Does this answer your requirement?

The topic had a couple of minor changes in 2016, but has been around for quite a number of years before that.

General Board / Re: BPMN discussion forum
« on: April 05, 2018, 11:47:06 am »
You could try putting such queries on the forum 'Automation, Add-Ins and Tools' board.

To be honest, I'm not sure how you are using the key store API commands without already having the information you are asking for. However...

You provide a link to a Help topic. If you click on the link under 'Learn More' at the end of the topic, you will display another Help topic that tells you how to open and use the License Management dialog.

The Sparx Systems Keystore is a service for managing multiple licence keys. It can be file-based or server-based. The Keystore Service software is a separate product, available to licensed users of Enterprise Architect. It can be downloaded from Sparx Systems Keystore Service section on the Registered Users section of the Sparx Systems web site. However, in Release 14.0 of EA, the Keystore service is integrated with the Pro Cloud server.

General Board / Re: Link an User Interface element to Table/Column
« on: February 15, 2018, 10:53:37 am »
The reason being: the system needs to know which element you are selecting the feature in - the target or the source.

I was developing a long and detailed argument about this, but I don't have the time. Quickly, I think you have two requirements and you are saying that the very simple solution (the Virtual Connector End) for one requirement (show that element X in the top left of the diagram has a relationship with element Y far away in the bottom right of the diagram) should be the solution to a different requirement (I want to show different views of element X). For that requirement, one solution is to create instances of element X on your diagram and modify each accordingly.

General Board / Re: Security permission missing from user guide
« on: February 12, 2018, 11:50:49 am »
This has been added to the Help.

It is a permission required to set up the selection of MDG Technologies that are mandatory, permitted or blocked for the project. See:

(The released Help topic does not mention the required permission, but it has also been added to the source that will be published at a later date.)

And actually it should be Configure Project Prerequisites. It is also required to set the minimum version and build of EA required for the model.

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