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General Board / Re: Starting with EA // Empezando con EA
« on: April 13, 2016, 11:44:42 pm »
OK, will keep that in mind for future posting.
Just being nice and trying to helping.

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General Board / Re: Starting with EA // Empezando con EA
« on: April 13, 2016, 04:51:49 am »
Yes, will do that.

Thanks

Martinezb here is email address support@zetaconcepts.com

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General Board / Re: Starting with EA // Empezando con EA
« on: April 13, 2016, 04:22:24 am »
Hola

Ya entiendo tu dilema.

Mi consejo es bajar del sitio que te indique la muestra de mi libro.

Aqui te indico como hacerlo todo, como estructurar los directorios hasta como crear reglas de negocios con la version corporativa de EA, que es  la más barata sin irte a la más cara que soporta esta opción.

La pena para ti es que está en Inglés; pero está en un Inglés sencillo, y si conoces UML sera fácil para ti.
Y después de comprar el libro si necesitas ayuda te puedo dar mi correo electrónico directo para orientarte en los ejemplos.

Saludos nuevamente,

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General Board / Re: Starting with EA // Empezando con EA
« on: April 13, 2016, 12:46:32 am »
Sorry guys, this reply will be in Spanish

Hola Martinezb

Ya veo que eres nuevo con EA, no se que pretendes hacer con Add-ins.
EA es una herramienta completa de UML, para que te podamos ayudarte pregunta primero que quieres que EA haga que no puede hacer.

Yo publique un libro como desarrollar un nuevo sistema o un sistema en produccion con EA, no es gratis pero puedes bajar un ejemplar de muestra en
esta dirección:

https://leanpub.com/uml-erpworkshop

Es este libro t explico como hacerlo todo sin ningun Add-ins.

Aquí tenemos muchas personas que te podrían ayudar en lo que quieres lograr, solo haz una pregunta más exacta y completa.

Saludos

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Suggestions and Requests / Re: EA to Support Ruby and Ruby on Rails?
« on: April 10, 2016, 07:39:21 am »
I would also love to see support for Ruby on Rails.

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Hi All

Version 2.1 of UML-ERP Workshop enhancements:

1. Enhanced and added new features to chapters # 2, # 3 and # 4.
2. Multiple Vendor use case and activity diagram
3. Inventory Forecast Adjust use case and activity diagram
4. Inventory Adjustment use case and activity diagram
5. New requirements added to RIP07 - Assign Serial to Inventory
6. Changed use case UIP07 Assign Serial to Inventory version 7.6 and described difference per version
7. Added new screen and activity diagram for Assign Serial to Inventory version 7.6
8. Revised the Operative Business Rules Headings
9. Added a new Metric Business Rules - Process Function

For Sale - All purchases are via Paypal please send me a private email to support@zetaconcepts.com

1. The IC-BRD complete project exported to XML format to be imported into Enterprise Architect for $99
2. The report template that generates the eBook for $39
3. The Master Document package with all the Master Template for $69

Happy reading

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Suggestions and Requests / Re: Image manager improvement
« on: April 01, 2016, 12:22:38 am »
I second all too.

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Hi

Like everybody is telling you here there is no silver bullet, but in my eBook I share with the user how to start a project by creating the packages and how to structure them; afterwards I tell the user how to create use cases, activity diagrams, wire frames and so on to have a real nice BRD (Business Requirement Document)
Here is the link of my eBook https://leanpub.com/uml-erpworkshop

UML-ERP Workshop with Enterprise Architect
Inventory Control
Business Requirement Document

Hope this helped

Jose Zouain

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Hi All

UML - ERP Workshop with Enterprise Architect, recently updated to version 2.0 - 85% completed.

https://leanpub.com/uml-erpworkshop

Tells you how to design and document your application in EA, this particular volume 1, tells you how to slice and divide your Business Requirement Document (BRD), telling you the flow of the screens, Use Cases, Activity Diagrams.

In this release the following:

- Added new chapter “Managing Requirements in EA”
- Added different versions of requirements for option "Serial and Lot Assignments"
- added comparison of activity diagrams for option "Assign Serial to Inventory" based on the new requirements

Thanks all for your support.

Jose Zouain
Zeta Concepts, Inc.

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General Board / UML-ERP Workshop with EA - recently updated Version 1.9
« on: January 04, 2016, 02:47:20 am »
Hi All

UML - ERP Workshop with Enterprise Architect, recently updated to version 1.9 - 80% completed.

https://leanpub.com/uml-erpworkshop

Tells you how to design and document your application in EA, this particular volume 1, tells you how to slice and divide your Business Requirement Document (BRD), telling you the flow of the screens, Use Cases, Activity Diagrams.

See how Business Rules are written in EA with the Corporate or Professional versions, which will get translated into Classes, Sequence, Data Model and so on, when the TDD (Technical Design Document) is written.

Thanks all for your support.

Jose Zouain
Zeta Concepts, Inc.

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Suggestions and Requests / Re: Requirements Management Features
« on: August 30, 2013, 12:46:11 am »
Hi

User RaQuest to enhance Requirements capturing.

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Suggestions and Requests / Re: Groovy/Grails?
« on: February 12, 2013, 02:26:06 am »
Me too

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Bill

Use Package Browser in Requirement package, the grid looks very similar as an excel spreadsheet.


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General Board / UML-ERP Workshop with EA - recently updated
« on: October 12, 2015, 09:00:57 am »
Hi All

UML - ERP Workshop with Enterprise Architect, recently updated and with a new discounted price for limited time.

https://leanpub.com/uml-erpworkshop

Tells you how to design and document your application in EA, this particular volume 1, out of several that I will be writing in the future, tells you how to slice and divide your Business Requirement Document (BRD), telling you the flow of the screens, Use Cases, Activity Diagrams.

See how Business Rules are written in EA with the Corporate or Professional versions, which gets translated into Classes, Sequence, Data Model and so on, when the TDD (Technical Design Document) is written.

Thanks all for your support.

Jose Zouain
Zeta Concepts, Inc.

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General Board / Re: Screen Flow Documentation
« on: September 03, 2015, 05:54:18 am »
Ho John

I understand your frustration and that is why I wrote my eBook:
UML - ERP Workshop
https://leanpub.com/uml-erpworkshop

It tells you how to design and document you application in EA, this particular volume 1, out of several that I will be writing in the future it tells you how to slice and divide your Business Requirement Document (BRD), telling you the flow of the screens, Use cases, Activity Diagrams.

I like to use Business Rules in my BRD, which gets translated into Classes, Sequence, Data Model and so on when the TDD (Technical Design Document) is written. So they go hand in hand, describing what you want.

Hope this helps you.

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