Customer Journey Map (CJM) is a powerful customer experience (CX) tool which helps to study customer experience by visualize their thoughts and feelings though the touchpoints. It helps businesses understanding the behaviors, thoughts and feelings of their customer. In Visual Paradigm the CJM is not a standalone tool, it can further link up with other diagrams such as system design diagrams, business process diagrams, etc…, or further drill down by another CJM to elaborate in details.
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Fill-in Doc in Visual Paradigm’s Doc. Composer is a powerful tool which allow Visual Paradigm inject diagram and model information into your Microsoft Word document. In your Word document you only need to define the Doc. Fields (special tags) for data injection. When the Doc. Composer engine go through your document it will replace the tag with appropriate diagram and model data according to the template (customizable) you specified. Read more
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When working with a large scale project with numerous diagrams, there may be some performance difference. It is only natural as huge projects impose more demanding resource allocation. Fortunately, Visual Paradigm offers ways to gear up for better accommodation. Basically, there are 3 practices we would recommend:
Close unused diagrams before closing the application
Use hierarchy to organize objects (avoid a flat structure at root level)
On the note of resource allocation, some tasks are more memory-intensive than others, such as document generation which needs to process most of the elements (if not all) within your project. The default memory size is set for popular computer configurations but can be increased to speed up the process when needed.
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Doc. Composer allow user retrieve and output model details by creating custom templates. In this article we will create custom template to output all use case diagrams and its containing use cases into document.
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Layout of diagram is a resource intensive action. By default Visual Paradigm set the limit to handle maximum 300 connectors in single diagram when perform layout. If your diagram got more than 300 connectors then the following message will be shown when you try to perform layout.
Layout diagram hitting maximum number of connector limit
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When try to output your project with large diagram using Project Publisher you may found it looks blurry. This is because by default Project Publisher will limit the size of the generated diagram image to maximum 4096 x 4096 px. If your diagram is larger than this size then the exported image will being scaled thus making the content looks blurry. To override this default setting:
With the Doc. Composer user can output the details of the sequence diagram into HTML, PDF and MS Word. In this article we will create customized template to output the call message of a lifeline including the call message operation signature to document.
PostMania is a tool bundled in VP Teamwork Server/VP Online that lets you share the diagrams that you’ve created in Visual Paradigm with others even they are not using Visual Paradigm product. You can also collect their feedback after they have view your diagrams. You can share to user on specific diagram(s) only, or share on the entire project. To share entire project: