In Visual Paradigm you can put your diagram elements into different layers. This allows you to partition your diagram data into different levels and present them only when needed. Starting from version 16.1 build 20200630ax Visual Paradigm now support output element’s layer information into document. In this article we will teach you how to create custom template to output this information.
Visual Paradigm’s Use Case Details editor allow users model every details of an use case, including discussion node, requirements, extra properties and flow of events. All these details can output to document using Doc. Composer. By default in use case flow of events the extension point will output in a separate list follow to the original flow. In this article we will show you how to output the extension point along with its associated step.
In Doc. Composer you can use the Text Box element to enter free text in your document. For each Text Box element you can highlight the text and use the Formatting button to specify its text style. But instead of specify the styles one by one, you can configure the default styles for the newly created Text Box.
To configure the default styles:
Visual Paradigm’s Doc. Composer allow user output their models into HTML, PDF and MS Word documents. By create custom templates user can even control what data to be shown, and how it should be formatted. In this article we will demonstrate how to generate document by use image to present the values in your models.
There is one special feature in Visual Paradigm’s Entity Relationship Diagram which is allow user defining sample data along with the entity model. This allow Visual Paradigm’s engine not just generate database schema from model, but also insert sample data into database so that user can immediately trying on the database. With both schema and sample data store together user do not need to have different storage to maintain testing data for his database. The sample data can be output to document using Doc. Composer. To output the sample data:
Visual Paradigm support model database schema with Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD). In this article we will create custom template to output all columns in entity in tabular form. To do this:
Visual Paradigm support reuse models in different diagrams. The same element can have different presentations, or even showing different details on different diagrams. i.e., a class can show different set of attributes in different diagrams subject to the context. In this article we will show you how to create document for your classes which only showing the attributes which presented in your diagram.
The Overview Diagram helps to illustrate the relationships between different diagrams modelled for your system. In this article we will show you how to output the details of the diagrams associated by the Diagram Overview element in Overview Diagram using Doc. Composer.
Starting from version 15.2 Enterprise Edition users can perform customizations to the TOGAF and Project Management Guide-through process, which include modifying the workflows also define custom deliverables. In this article you will learn how to customize the deliverables in the guide-through process.
Doc. Composer provides a highly customizable way to output project content into document. It allows you perform query and output the content in diagram scope, or in the model repository scope. In this article we will show you how to output all relationships in a specific diagram into document.