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Course #:TP3145

Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect Advanced Training

This course explores the advanced features of Enterprise Architect.  Building on the Enterprise Architect Introductory and Intermediate courses, the EA Advanced course is a mix of lecture, discussion, and lab work that teaches participants how to create customized solutions for projects and enterprises.   At the conclusion of the training participants will be prepared to customize EA to fit their unique project needs to enhance team productivity.  The case study used in the training can be adapted to an organization’s needs – e.g. solution architecture, software engineering, systems engineering, business process or analysis.  Organizations may select from the topics offered in the Course Outline to determine the customized course contents.  


Understand the EA object model 

Document generation using custom RTF templates

Use Sparx Enterprise Architect in a version-controlled environment (Baseline only)

Auditing model changes 

Sharing reference data through import and export – addressing merge challenges

Report creation using virtual documents


Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect - Intermediate or equivalent experience 


Three days

Outline of Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect Advanced Training

Chapter 1. Overview of Scripting in EA using VBScript and Javascipt  and jScript

• An examination of the EA Object Model and the EA script types

• Debugging Requirements

• Integration using Excel

• JSON and web methods

Chapter 2. Model transformation 

Chapter 3. Customizing documents 

• Incorporating filters and other techniques to produce model reports

• Using search results to produce project documentation 

• Extending documentation beyond the basic package-based production

Chapter 4. Using XML Model Interchange to import and export models 

• Variations on XMI and other exchange methods

• Importing elements into the model using CSV files 

• Add new elements

• Replace existing elements

• Update/modify existing elements

• Model management – import and exporting elements from baselines

• Using Project Baselines 

Chapter 5. Creating and using patterns as resource data

Chapter 6. Customizing and Using Team Reviews for project communication 

Chapter 7. Creating and using a workflow script

• A guide to creating different types of models

Chapter 8. Advanced model search



We regularly offer classes in these and other cities. Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Calgary, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Jacksonville, Miami, Montreal, New York City, Orlando, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Toronto, Vancouver, Washington DC.
US Inquiries / 1.877.517.6540
Canadian Inquiries / 1.877.812.8887