Enterprise Architecture


Extending Sparx EA Schema Composer

03.12.2015 in Enterprise Architecture, Information Architecture, Sparx EA

In my previous post, I presented an overview of the new Sparx EA Schema Composer. I have also highlighted few points for discussion. Well… I believe that I will cover all of them in this article. Sparx EA extensions If you have used Sparx EA…

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Sparx EA Schema Composer Overview

24.06.2015 in Enterprise Architecture, Information Architecture, SOA, Sparx EA

When Sparx Enterprise 12 was release few months ago, I didn’t really rush to see what were the new features until I read this article about new Wireframes feature. This post can be considered as a continuation of my previous post ‘Deriving XML Schemas from your Information…

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Deriving XML schemas from your Enterprise Information Model

27.03.2015 in Enterprise Architecture, Information Architecture, SOA, Sparx EA

Following my post regarding Class Specialisation concept implementation in XML schemas,  I decided to give an overview of the end-to-end process for deriving XML schemas from an Enterprise Canonical/Information Model. As I’ve said before, I like to use the Object Management Group’s (OMG) Model Driven Architecture…

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An approach to implement Class specialisation in XML schemas (XSD)

23.03.2015 in Enterprise Architecture, Information Architecture, SOA, Sparx EA

I’ve decided to write this quick post to share a practical approach that I suggested to a client in order to solve a specific issue when realising their logical Information Model (a.k.a Canonical Model/Common Information Model/SOA Information Model…) to XML schemas (used for their Service…

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Service Catalogue Importer Tool for Sparx EA

24.02.2015 in Enterprise Architecture

It is not unusual for SOA projects to start to create a list of services using a spreadsheet. However, this list will increase over time and must be well managed to support discoverability and reusability of services. This importer tool is useful when using Sparx…

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