Enterprise Architect 6.1

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Enterprise Architect 6.1

Enterprise Architect combines the power of the latest UML 2.0 specification with a high performance, intuitive interface, to bring advanced modeling to the desktop, and to the complete development and implementation team. With a great feature set and unsurpassed value for money, EA can outfit your whole team, including analysts, testers, project managers, quality control staff, deployment team and more.
Enterprise Architect is a comprehensive UML analysis and design tool, covering software development from requirements gathering, through to the analysis stages, design models, testing and maintenance. EA is a multi-user, Windows based, graphical tool designed to help you build robust and maintainable software. It features flexible and high quality documentation output.
Feature List:
  • Comprehensive support for UML 2.0 (Support for all 13 UML 2.0 diagrams)
  • Intuitive and great looking User Interface
  • MDA Transformation support
  • Comprehensive and flexible documentation
  • Forward and Reverse Code Engineering (Inbuilt support for C++, Java, C#, VB.Net, Visual Basic, Delphi, PHP, Python and ActionScript)
  • Support for "pluggable technologies" using MDG (Model Driven Generation) Technologies
  • Database modeling
  • Ability to Share models in different ways
  • Version Control Support
  • XML Schema Support
  • Compare (diff) Utility
  • Baseline support
  • Reverse Engineer binary files from Java and .NET
  • Requirements Management support
  • Import/Export of Models in XML format
  • User Security support
  • Support for Testing
  • Support for Maintenance
  • Support for Project Management
  • Support for System status information
  • Fully featured Automation interface for scripting EA and writing complex plug-ins
  • WSDL Engineering Support
  • Traceability reporting
  • Excellent search facilities
  • Flexible appearance, color and display options
  • Spell Checker
  • Many different image formats for saving diagrams

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