Open API not only allows you access the model data within the project, but also creating new model elements and connector. This is not only for standard connectors such as association, but also relationships such as containment. This article will show you how to create containment relationship using Open API.
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VP Server is a server package which combines Teamwork Server, Floating License Server, Update Server also ElaborView Server into a single server. The default installation package already bundled with Apache Tomcat. But if you want to deploy it your own Tomcat, you may take the following procedures:
Most of the case, your model just needs to be share by your team, and they are in single language. But in some organizations, especially those with branches in multiple countries, you may need to share your model with different teams, and probably they are using different language. It is painful that you need to […]
Sometimes when you reopen your project and try to edit the diagram, you find that the shapes in your diagram are not resizable. This probably caused by you have turned on the auto-fit size option of your diagram. This could be caused by you accidentally turned on this option, or your other team member turned […]
When defining class model for your persistent layer, a class is defined as part of the static data model instead of controller or user interface items. And the class is directly mapped to table(s) in your database. As the class is mapped to tables, its attributes is also mapped to columns in table. In order […]
A relationship is a connection between model elements, which indicate model elements physically or logically related to each other. Different relationships in UML have their own semantics, and different model elements may have different sets of relationships which can apply to it. This article will show you the types of relationships in VP and how […]
Stereotype is one of the extensibility mechanism used in Unified Modeling Language (UML). It allows developers to extend the meaning of a model element. By using stereotype, developer can define domain specific properties to model element and make it suitable for a particular problem domain. Visual Paradigm’s product support defining stereotypes for model, not just […]
VP Server is a web application including Teamwork Server, Floating License Server, Update Server also the ElaborView Server. You can enable different services by setting up one single server. The VP Server can be setup in two ways, either with our standard package which comes with a well configured Apache Tomcat, or with the Web […]
Visual Paradigm supports inserting different linkage into documentation section of a model element, including reference to another model element in your project. You can do this inside the application user interface in few clicks. But how to do this by using Open API?
You can setup the Floating License Server as Linux system service. By setting up the server as service, it will start automatically when your machine boots up. This article will show you how to setup the floating license server as Linux system service.