WebEA User Guide
Sparx System's WebEA is an external interface to Enterprise Architect models through which users can review and comment on a model, in real time via the web, on a range of mobile devices or a remote work station, without needing to install Enterprise Architect. The reviewer can be anywhere in the world, and does not need to be in an office, just somewhere where internet access is available. It is ideal for stakeholders and clients to see the work in which they are invested, and to comment on and discuss aspects of the model.
WebEA models can be configured to allow users to update element notes, add element features (such as tests and resource allocations) and even create Project Management elements (to record issues, changes and similar), or Use Cases, Requirements and system components.
WebEA is the interface to the model, so although you are using your web browser, the data shown is the same as that shown when you use Enterprise Architect. This means that all model updates occur in real time, so WebEA users can be confident that they are seeing the latest version of the model structure.
How to Open WebEA
Open the web browser on your device and, in the address bar, type in the complete WebEA URL. Press theor tap the .
These are some examples of the complete URL that might be needed to open WebEA.
In the case where the web server has the IP of 184.108.40.206 and has been configured to use the non-standard port of 800, the complete URL would be:
If the WebEA application files were placed in a sub-folder called 'WebEA' under the web server's root folder, then the complete URL would be:
If the entered URL is a valid, the WebEA Login page is shown, which will show all the models that are available.
WebEA incorporates certain components developed by third parties. Sparx Systems acknowledges the contribution made to the WebEA product by these components.
- jQuery v1.12.3 - jQuery Foundation
- NicEdit ©2007-2008, Brian Kirchoff, under license from MIT
- Date Picker for jQuery v5.1.1, Keith Wood, under license from MIT