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New Post 1/17/2018 1:55 PM
User is offline Aurelie Seth
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Tool linking business processes to architect diagram to data entities 
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I'm looking for a tool/system that can link business processes to architect diagrams to data entities. I thought EA could do it but I'm no longer sure. I wondered if anyone could confirm it and/or suggest anoother tool. Many thanks
 
New Post 1/18/2018 11:38 PM
User is offline Kimbo
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Re: Tool linking business processes to architect diagram to data entities 

EA can do it. Just create a relationship between each one. Once you've done it, You can use the relationship matrix or whatever its called to highlight gaps as well. 

 

EA links any objects. I used to routinely use it for linking requirements to use cases, processes, etc. then use the relationship matrix as a RTM.

 

Don't have a licence at home but if you go to their forums or send their help desk a question they are very responsive.

 

Kimbo 

 
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