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General Archi Discussion / Preferences - Change default colours
« Last post by chdessus on Today at 15:51:08 »
Hello,

I need help with the  Preferences customization !!
We have created the the ArchiColourspref as followed. it works pretty well to change the elements colour in a standard way.
Il would like to be able to do it at least for the Font Colour. How can I do it ? I have tried to add a new line such as "defaultFontColour=\#fffff" It didn't work.

It could also be great that any preference could be changed through a *.prefs file.
Is there a way to do so ?

Thanks for your help.

Christine ;)


defaultFillColour_BusinessFunction=\#4d89a6
defaultFillColour_SystemSoftware=\#c43170
defaultFillColour_ApplicationService=\#34c776
defaultFillColour_Device=\#c43170
defaultFillColour_CommunicationPath=\#c43170
defaultFillColour_BusinessInteraction=\#4d89a6
defaultFillColour_InfrastructureInterface=\#c43170
defaultFillColour_WorkPackage=\#dfdfdf
defaultFillColour_DataObject=\#faaa0a
defaultFillColour_ApplicationFunction=\#34c776
defaultFillColour_ApplicationCollaboration=\#34c776
defaultFillColour_Network=\#c43170
defaultFillColour_ApplicationInteraction=\#34c776
defaultFillColour_DiagramModelGroup=\#dfdfdf
defaultFillColour_Deliverable=\#dfdfdf
defaultFillColour_Node=\#c43170
defaultFillColour_Plateau=\#dfdfdf
defaultFillColour_ApplicationInterface=\#34c776
defaultFillColour_Contract=\#faaa0a
defaultFillColour_BusinessInterface=\#4d89a6
defaultFillColour_InfrastructureService=\#c43170
defaultFillColour_BusinessProcess=\#4d89a6
defaultFillColour_Artifact=\#c43170
defaultFillColour_ApplicationComponent=\#34c776
defaultFillColour_BusinessCollaboration=\#4d89a6
defaultFillColour_BusinessRole=\#4d89a6
defaultFillColour_Product=\#faaa0a
defaultFillColour_BusinessService=\#4d89a6
defaultFillColour_BusinessEvent=\#4d89a6
defaultFillColour_Location=\#4d89a6
defaultFillColour_Meaning=\#bcbcbc
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Hi,

as you say the Canvas fields like documentation are not included in the report. I think it would be possible to add this to the Jasper report...if someone is prepared to take a look at it and do it. :-) Otherwise it will be one more thing added to the list of features that folk want me to support....so after Archi 4 is released we'll make a list of features and prioritise things.

Phil
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We are using the Business Model Canvas in Archi to document current a future state business models.  We have used the documentation fields of the Stickies to detail information about the different elements of the Canvas. 

Unfortunately, the default report settings do not print those detail, just the picture of the canvas.

I there a way in the Jasper configuration files to get the documentation we have entered out on a report? In a similar fashion to the way the reports are printed for the ArchiMate views?

I will really appreciate any suggestions on this...
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General Archi Discussion / Re: Junction name visible in a diagram
« Last post by Marbi on March 23, 2017, 12:09:12 PM »
Thanks, Phil.
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General Archi Discussion / Re: Junction name visible in a diagram
« Last post by Phil Beauvoir on March 23, 2017, 10:39:03 AM »
No, Junction names have never been displayed on a diagram. Perhaps it is something that could be added in a future update if this is something that users need.
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General Archi Discussion / Junction name visibility
« Last post by Marbi on March 23, 2017, 06:11:30 AM »
Hi,

Is there a way to make a junction name visible in a diagram?

Regards,
Mark
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General Archi Discussion / Re: database export/import plugin v2 (alpha release)
« Last post by Hervé on March 21, 2017, 21:13:29 PM »
Dear all,

You will find the alpha3 release of my database plugin : https://github.com/archi-contribs/database-plugin/tree/master/v2

this release has not got new functionality but solves two bugs (including one major) :
  • Correct preference page where some options were outside the window on some displays
  • Solve a SQL duplicate key error during model export

There is no change in the database model from the previous release.

I would like to particularly thank Gilles for his testing and support, so thank you Gilles  ;)

Best regards
Hervé
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Hi JB,

That looks great  ;D

Best regards
Hervé
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I used to "link" some ArchiMate models and my CMDB (based on CMDBuild). This was mainly done through CSV export/import (the nice thing with CSV import in Archi is that it will update model elements instead of creating new ones each time you run it).

BTW for those interrested, I'm working on a pre-configured instance of CMDBuild targeted at (Enterprise) Architecture. This pre-configured solution is called OpenEAR (Open Enterprise Architecture Repository). The metamodel is heavily based on ArchiMate and will support 99% of it in a smart and extensible way. The goal is to have a simple tool for Architect that allows them to collect information and reuse it simply (e.g. with Archi). This means that I'll create a standard export mecanism from OpenEAR to the ArchiMate Open Exchange format, and some semi-automated way of importing back the ArchiMate model into OpenEAR (there are some challenges if I want to allow metamodel extensions...)

Regards,

JB
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Hi,

In this case, there is no "out of the box" solution and you'll have to build your own.

For simple case (the first one) you can basically export the model to CSV and play with Excel (or any other spreadsheet). But for the more complexe one (links with views) you'll have to either create your own jasper report, or work using the model exported to the Open Exchange Format (and then use things like XSLT or XPath).

Regards,

JB
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