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Choose from over a dozen elegant and individual theme styles, from light and airy white styles through to dark and mysterious.
Includes ability to hide all menu icons for a clean look.
The level of detail in these Wireframes can be as abstract or detailed as you need by populating controls such as Tables and Trees with real-world data.
Wireframes are fully traceable to other modeling elements such as Requirements and Use Cases for complete end-to-end model design, providing customers, managers and developers with a complete picture of how the user will interact with the system.
Common Property dialogs redesigned to provide a better user experience and more efficient use.
Dialogs changed include the main element property sheets, new model from pattern, relationships, operation and attribute dialogs, and the merging of the table attributes and constraints property sheets into one common dialog.
Import the NIEM reference schemas into Enterprise Architect.
Use the Schema Composer to define your own subset, automatically detecting inter-dependencies and use the resulting subset schema to build your own IEPD.
Currently targets CIM, NIEM, UN/CEFACT - NDR and generic XSD, OWL and other formats.
(Tools/XSLT Debugger) New support for viewing the structure of XML and related documents and for editing and navigating those documents. Also includes new support for validating XML documents using XSD.
Default Document Handler support for many common types.
Enterprise Architect has also gotten smarter in the way it handles BPMN properties, you can now select a BPMN "Type" from the properties menu and it will automatically configure all properties and stereotypes to be conformant to that type.
For example Setting Type "send Task" gives you message Ref and operation Ref properties and the black envelope element icon where a "manual Task" doesn't have those properties and gives you the small hand icon. NIEM provides a common framework which is used to define how information may be shared between systems, government agencies and departments.