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Getting Started

With the integrated Eriksson-Penker extensions, developed by H. E. Eriksson and M. Penker, you can extend UML business processing models with ease inside Enterprise Architect. These extensions provide a framework for capturing business activities, processes, objects, and information flows, allowing you to customize stereotypes and properties to fit your business needs perfectly. Enhance your modeling capabilities and streamline your business processes with Enterprise Architect's versatile tools and proven UML extensions.

Selecting the Perspective

Enterprise Architect partitions the tool's extensive features into Perspectives, which ensures that you can focus on a specific task and work with the tools you need without the distraction of other features. To work with the Eriksson-Penker Business Extensions features you first need to select this Perspective:

Choose perspective button.<perspective name> > Analysis > Eriksson-Penker Model

Setting the Perspective ensures that the Eriksson-Penker Business Extensions diagrams, their Tool Box pages and other features of the Perspective will be available by default.

Example Diagram

An example diagram provides a visual introduction to the topic and allows you to see some of the important elements and connectors that are created in specifying or describing an organization using the Eriksson-Penker Business Extensions.

Language Overview

This topic introduces you to the main concepts of the language including its structure, architecture and the elements and connectors that are used to create Eriksson-Penker Business Extensions (EPBE) models.

More Information

This section provides useful links to other topics and resources that you might find useful when working with the Eriksson-Penker Business Extensions tool features.