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Entity-Relationship Diagrams (ERDs) come in 3 types in general. They describe data models on 3 levels of abstraction – conceptual, logical and physical, ranging from high-level ideas to details required for implementation. With Visual Paradigm, you can systematically and easily progress through these stages of development in data modeling. Far from a copy & paste […]
You are welcomed to evaluate any Visual Paradigm software products before purchase. Without a key, you can try any edition and evaluate it for up to 10 days. If you request and import an evaluation key, you can extend the trial period to 30 days. For those who are interested in Visual Paradigm for UML […]
In helping you organize your modeling project, use cases can act as generic containers for all software development artifacts. Development teams can group and locate design artifacts by navigating use cases. In this tutorial we are going to show you how to create a new data model (i.e. entity relationship diagram) and associate that with […]
When the default attributes do not suffice to describe your model elements, you can add your own custom ones by using tagged values. These custom attributes can be added to model elements in various diagrams, such as an actor in use case diagram. So if you are looking at model elements in a diagram, just […]
A3 Platform had been discontinued. Visual Paradigm for UML (VP-UML) is designed to help you focus on your modeling work. So it purposely doesn’t overwhelm you with any information unnecessary in an immediate sense. To help you project manage your software development life cycle (SDLC), Visual Paradigm offers another product called A³ Platform to do […]
To pass a message between two sequence diagrams in UML modeling, we can make use of gates. Through modeling gates, we could relate the message outside an interaction fragment with message inside another interaction fragment. Graphically a gate, with an arrowed line, connects to the sequence diagram’s frame edge with one end and the other […]
In use case diagram, associations between actors and use cases are explicitly shown. We can see it clearly when an actor carries out a use case (or goal) from a line drawn between them. However, what if an actor does not carry out a use case but do refer to the output from it? How […]
In the event that the admin password for your existing VP Server is lost and cannot be retrieved, there is a way to reset it. This tutorial will show you how. For VP Server older than version 5.3, please refer here.
When drawing UML diagrams (e.g. use case diagram), sometimes you might find yourself in a place where you could use other non-UML shapes, in order to explain the concept better. That’s why we made a collection of predefined stencils available for you. You can even import stencils from Microsoft Visio. This tutorial will show you […]