With the latest release of VP Server 5.3, you might choose to upgrade from your existing server. To migrate properly, one must follow specific procedures to carry over vital information such as the current repository and user accounts to the new server. This tutorial will walk you through how to do just that.
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During UI design, having screen mock-ups could give others a better idea as to what users would be looking at when interacting with the system. With Visual Paradigm’s products ( e.g. Visual Paradigm for UML), you can create mock-ups using user interface diagrams. Apart from static visual presentation, you may also simulate navigation between screens […]
By default you can navigate your way through a project via default views such as those offered by Diagram Navigator and Model Explorer. While these standard views are readily available at your disposal, sometimes you may want one that is tailored to your specific needs.
When creating a class diagram, sometimes we would draw it using the diagram toolbar and there are times we would reuse elements by drag & drop. However, when you start from scratch, sometimes it can be difficult to know which class goes with which because we may not necessarily know all relationships among them.
When one shape is nested inside another, such as sub-process, its content (shapes) inside would show along with what’s outside in diagram at the same time. For example, if a sub-process is not composed of any other sub-processes, it will appear in business process diagram, with the shapes (e.g. tasks) that make it up inside […]
When reversing Java code to sequence diagram, sometimes you may not be able to specify a method for conversion. In the window, somehow the class (to which the method belongs) can’t seem to be expanded to list anything and therefore the method is nowhere to be selected. What happens?
When working on a use case diagram, you may have a superactor with a few subactors underneath from generalization. For formatting purpose, you may want to group the lines of generalization together for a more organized presentation. This can be done by creating a generalization set.
In an ideal world of system design, we’d probably want to create a generic library to store common components for reuse. That way, we can avoid creating the same components over and over again. Also, any changes you need to make to a component will automatically be rippled down to all projects which point to […]