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Project document examples created using eaDocX, and the model from which they were generated.

Sample Model - "Get Lost"

Get Lost project example EAP

Because all our documents are generated from EA models, first we need a Model! The 'GetLost' model is a teaching example which we created to show business analysts and designers how to

use Enterprise Architect, so it uses most of the important bits of EA - the bits you probably use every day. It's the example we use in our 'eaDocX Workshop' course.

The basic idea of 'GetLost' is that of an eco-friendly travel agent, which will help users to book travel in a variety of ways.

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Sample pdfs

Architecture and Process Document

This document describes the Architecture of the "GetLost" travel agent example, and describes an example Business Processes.
It shows how an architecture can be documented using eaDocX,

as well as a business process flow. The example also contains a Sequence Diagram which shows how one of the use cases (described in the Overview document) is implemented.

The document is annotated, so you can see how the document was produced, and the source EA model is also available for download, so you can re-generate the document yourself. (Registered users only)

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Personalized Report

This document is a Personalized Report taken from the "GetLost" travel agent example.
It shows how EA and eaDocX can be used to produce small, targeted documents, which contain

the relevant project information for a single stakeholder. In this case, the Risks owned by the stakeholder and the Requirements they own. This shows how a project can produce documents which are focussed on key individuals, rather than just producing a single 'one size fits all' document for everyone.

The document is annotated, so you can see how the document was produced, and the source EA model is also available for download, so you can re-generate the document yourself. (Registered users only)

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Project Report document

This document has a Project Report for the "GetLost" travel agent example. It shows a list of current issues, linked to the same stakeholder information as the 'Overview' document, and shows how

EA and eaDocX can be used to create project reports direct from an EA model. It also has a readable 'RACI' matrix, showing which stakeholders are Responsible, Accountable, Consulted and Informed about each of the high-level requirements. Again, this is 100% generated from the EA Model.

The document is annotated, so you can see how the document was produced, and the source EA model is also available for download, so you can re-generate the document yourself. (Registered users only)

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Project Overview document

This document introduces the "GetLost" travel agency project example, and shows how eaDocX can be used to create great documents from an EA model.

It lists the stakeholders for the project, the

high-level requirements, and the main use cases. All are linked together, to show which stakeholders own which requirements, and these can be seen in the hyperlinks within the document. The document is annotated, to show how each part of the document was created.
The source EA Model is also available for download, so you can re-generate this document yourself (Registered users only).

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Sample Word documents

Architecture and Process Document

This editable document describes the Architecture of the "GetLost" travel agent example, and describes example Business Processes.
It shows how an architecture can be documented using eaDocX,

as well as a business process flow. The example also contains a Sequence Diagram which shows how one of the use cases (described in the Project Overview document) is implemented. The document is annotated, to show how each part of the document was created. The source EA model is also available for download, so you can re-generate the document yourself.

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A Personalized Report

This editable document is a Personalized Report taken from the "GetLost" travel agent example.
It shows how EA and eaDocX can

be used to produce small, targeted documents, which contain the relevant project information for a single stakeholder. In this case, the Risks owned by the stakeholder and the Requirements they own. This shows how a project can produce documents which are focussed on key individuals, rather than just producing a single 'one size fits all' document for everyone.

The document is annotated, so you can see how the document was produced, and the source EA model is also available for download, so you can re-generate the document yourself.

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Project Report document

This editable document has a Project Report for the "GetLost" travel agent example. It shows a list of current issues, linked

to the same stakeholder information as the 'Overview' document, and shows how EA and eaDocX can be used to create project reports direct from an EA model. It also has a readable 'RACI' matrix, showing which stakeholders are Responsible, Accountable, Consulted and Informed about each of the high-level requirements. Again, this is 100% generated from the EA Model.

The source EA model is also available for download, so you can re-generate the document yourself.

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Project Overview document

This editable document introduces the "GetLost" travel agency project example, and shows how eaDocX can be used to create great documents from an EA model.

It lists the stakeholders for the project, the high-level requirements, and the main use cases. All are linked together, to show which stakeholders own which requirements, and these can be seen in the hyperlinks within the document. The document is annotated, to show how each part of the document was created. The source EA Model is also available for download, so you can re-generate this document yourself.

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