When you want to build a new document for your project, use Doc. Composer’s ‘Build from Scratch’ mode.
Doc. Composer allows you to develop documents for your models tailored to your company/industry requirements and standards. You can decide how the model data are being presented in the document by customized the document templates. When customizing the document templates, referencing from those bundled by Visual Paradigm would always be a good point to kick start. But when you start look at the bundled templates, you may found that many of the bundled templates are actually referencing to other templates, and you may have difficulty on fining out the actual templates. In this article we will show you how to find out the actual templates so that you can reference to it and start modify your own template. Read more
Doc. Composer allows you to develop documents for your models tailored to your company/industry requirements and standards. You can decide how the model data are being presented in the document by customize the document templates. If your team is using Teamwork Server or VPository as the collaboration development platform, your customized templates can automatically synchronize between team members so that you don’t need to manually manage deploy the templates to members. Read more
Interface design with Visual Paradigm’s wireframe provide analyst a way to visualize what the system will look like and how clients can interact with the system. When modeling with wireframe, extra details of specific wireframe elements can be documented inside the specification dialog, and they can be output to documents when needed. In this article we will show you how to output individual elements of your wireframe including its description in tabular form using Doc. Composer. We will also show you how to filter out the elements by its type when outputting to Doc. Composer. Read more
Doc. Composer comes with a set of built-in element templates written in XML, and you can also create and edit your own templates. In this article we will show you how to create a template to list out all the use cases in your project, by modifying from one of the default bundled template.
Suppose the project we working on already have use case diagrams plus some use cases, to output all use cases in a single table with Doc. Composer: Read more
“Where are the element templates gone?”, is a question being asked frequently by users who have recently upgraded to Visual Paradigm 12.1, and discovered that the XML template files to use in developing document are no longer exist. So where are the element templates gone?
|This article is out-dated. For user on Visual Paradigm 12.1 or above please refer to How to Share Doc. Composer Templates with your Teammates for details about how to share your templates.|
Report Composer allows you to develop reports tailored to your company/industry requirements and standards. You can decide the project data to show in a report as well as to control the flow of content. You can decide the document component (e.g. table, plain paragraph, etc) to use as well as to “decorate” them with proper styles. All these can be achieved easily by writing your own templates, or by editing those pre-defined.
All Visual Paradigm modeling software come with a rich set of pre-defined Report Composer templates, fulfilling most of the fundamental reporting needs. Users can customize them for specialized reporting requirements. Moreover, templates can be shared across the team to maintain a common standard for reports produced by different team members.
In this article, we will see how to share report composer template effectively with Visual Paradigm Teamwork Server. In order to perform the steps outlined below, you need to have both the modeling software (VP-UML/Agilian/Logizian) and Teamwork Server Corporate Edition ready.