Installing and Removing Teamwork Server Service

You can install teamwork server as a Windows service, the teamwork server will result in automatically start up when you start Windows. On the other hand, you can remove this service as you don’t want it to be started when you start Windows. Normally this can be done by execute the install_service and remove_service script inside the scripts folder under the teamwork server installation directory. But if you experienced problem on running these 2 scripts, probably it is caused by some configuration issue on your machine. This article will show how to overcome this problem and to install and remove teamwork server service.

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Round-trip engineering with Eclipse Integration

You can update code and UML model with Eclipse Integration. In this article, you can learn how to update Eclipse in VP-UML and then how to update to UML model from Eclipse.

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Installing and Removing Floating License Service

You can install floating license server as a Windows service, the floating license server will result in automatically starting up when you start Windows. On the other hand, you can remove this service as you don’t want it to be started when you start Windows. This article will show how to install and then remove floating license service. Normally this can be done by execute the install_service and remove_service script inside the scripts folder under the floating license server installation directory. But if you experienced problem on running these 2 scripts, probably it is caused by some configuration issue on your machine. This article will show how to overcome this problem and to install and remove floating license server service.

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Visual Modeling with Mouse Gestures

Mouse gesture is one of the most useful visual modeling tools in all our VP products. It helps you to draw and manage your diagram with just a click of your mouse. Mouse gesture are mainly divided into three types: the drawing gesture, the command gesture and the connection gesture. This article will give a brief introduction of these three types of mouse gesture and another 11 basic gestures, and then show how to apply these three types of mouse gesture on the diagram.

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Updating Visual Paradigm Academic Partnership [Obsolete]

This article is out-dated. Please refer to Renew Product Subscription for Academic Partners for details about how to update Visual Paradigm Academic Partnership.

Visual Paradigm Academic Partner Program offers academic licenses for students to use Visual Paradigm products in their homework and assignments. Partnerships are valid for a year. Partners can extend the partnership, upgrade the partnership or subscribe more products in the Customer Service Center. In this page, you will see how to update the partnership.

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Import System Requirements from Excel

Agilian supports exporting and importing Microsoft Excel file. You can edit model element names and properties easily within Excel. This article is going to show you how to export requirement diagram to Excel file, edit properties and create a few more requirements in tabular format, and then import them back to Agilian.

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Define and Specify Stereotype in Business Process Diagram (BPD)

A stereotype defines how a model element may be extended and enables the use of domain specific terminology or notation. The name of stereotype is enclosed by guillemets and placed above the name of model element, in addition, a specific icon can be defined for stereotype. In this article, you can learn to define and specify stereotype of a BPMN task in BPD.

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Specify Default Fill color for Shapes

All the model elements in most diagrams are blue by default. In some cases, you may want to distinguish a specific model element, for instance, a note from others by setting a default color for it. In this article, we will demonstrate how to specify default fill color for a note in UML class diagram.

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