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3 Contents 1 Before you start Prepare Start ARIS Architect Create database Modeling Create a model Display print pages in the model window Specify connection settings Create objects and object attributes Create object occurrences Rename objects Arrange and group objects Create connections Create links Create a program shortcut Create a hyperlink Place attributes Apply template Save model Evaluate Print model Configure header and footer Specify print scale and color Start printing Evaluate model contents Close model I
4 1 Before you start This Quick Start Guide introduces you to the basic functions of ARIS Architect. Using simple examples, you learn about important workflows for creating models, as well as for evaluating model content. After specifying the required settings, you will first create a model of the EPC type and then evaluate it with a report. Your work with ARIS Architect can be divided into the following phases: The Quick Start Guide guides you step by step through the required workflow. If you have questions about working with ARIS Architect, you can use the online help: If you need help with an open dialog, click the Help button of the dialog. If you require additional information, click ARIS > Help in the menu bar. If you need method help you can press the Ctrl + F1 keys at many points in the program; the Method help opens. If, for example, you have opened a model of the EPC type and press Ctrl + F1, the EPC type will be explained. If you have selected an object while pressing the Ctrl + F1 keys, the Method help for this object is opened instead. The screen graphics in this manual may differ from your program interface, because different functions may be provided in ARIS Architect depending on your license. Prerequisites To make optimum use of this Quick Start Guide, you should be able to access the standard filter and user settings from ARIS Architect. In addition, it is assumed that your system administrator provided you with a link to the download client und that you, as a user, were created with the necessary privileges in the system. In case of doubt, please contact your system administrator. 1
5 2 Prepare In this chapter you will find information about the program start and the preparations you must make before modeling. 2.1 Start ARIS Architect This description assumes that as a user you log in with a ARIS Architect license. 1. Enter the link for the download client in the address bar of your browser. This link should have been provided to you by your system administrator. 2. Select ARIS Architect/Designer and click Start. 3. Log in with the user ID provided to you. ARIS Architect opens. If the link does not work please contact your system administrator. 2
6 2.2 Create database In the following, you will create a database to save the data that you will generate while working through the Quick Start Guide. 1. Activate the Explorer tab. 2. Make sure that the Navigation bar is displayed. 3. Right-click your server and select New > Database. 4. The Create database dialog opens. Enter Sales and Marketing as database name and leave the check box Versionable deactivated. 5. Click OK. 6. Right-click the database, and then Log in. Log in with the Default filter. You have created the Sales and Marketing database and logged into it. 3
7 3 Modeling The following pages explain how you can display content using a model of the EPC type. Your Customer acquisition EPC will appear as follows when finished: 4
8 3.1 Create a model To create the Customer acquisition EPC, proceed as follows. 1. Click the arrow in front of the Sales and Marketing database in the Navigation bar. The Main group folder is displayed, in which you store the new model. 2. Click Main group and then click New > Model. The Model Wizard opens. Enable processes. The models are assigned to the descriptive views Organization, Data, Processes, Functions and Product/Service. The list shows all model types that are assigned to the selected descriptive views and are allowed by the selected method filter. Please refer to the ARIS Method manual for a detailed description of the ARIS architecture and an explanation of the descriptive views and levels. 3. Click EPC in the Model types box. 4. Enter the name Customer acquisition in the Name box. 5. Click OK. The Customer acquisition model is generated and automatically opens. 6. Hide all bars except Symbols by disabling all bars in the bar panel except Symbols. You can show the panes again at any time for navigation or for editing object properties. 5
9 The model window, various toolbars and various buttons are now available for creating your model. 6
10 3.2 Display print pages in the model window To predefine which parts of your model are to be placed on which print page, you can delimit the print pages displayed in the model window using red dashed lines. 1. Click Grid if no grid is displayed in the modeling area. 2. Click ARIS > Options. 3. On the Selection tab, click Model > General > Print. 4. Enable the Display print pages check box. 5. Click OK. 6. Click ARIS > Print > Print preview. 7. Enable the Portrait option button. 8. Click Close. 7
11 The individual print pages are now indicated as portraits by red dashed lines in the model window. Thus, you can ensure optimal object placement for the printout while modeling. The settings that you specify with the ARIS > Options menu item in the Model > General area affect all models. However, settings specified in the Model > For new models area apply to new models only. 3.3 Specify connection settings In the following you will specify that straight connections can also be created in your model. 1. Click in the model background and activate the Format tab bar. 2. Click Representation > Connections. 3. Click Connections. 4. Disable the New connections only right-angled check box. 5. Click OK. You can now also create straight connections in your model. 8
12 If you want to create straight connections in all of your new models, click ARIS > Options and Model > For new models > Connections on the Selection tab. Disable the New connections only right-angled check box. 3.4 Create objects and object attributes In this section, you will place objects in your model and edit object attributes. 1. Right-click in the Symbols bar and select Symbols with names to display the symbol names in addition. 2. Click the Event icon in the Symbols bar. 3. Move the mouse pointer to the modeling area and click again. The event is created and a text box opens automatically. 9
13 4. Enter a name for the event by overtyping the selection with Launch scheduled. To insert a line break between Launch and scheduled, press Enter. 5. Click in the model background and then on the Launch scheduled event. The mini toolbar is displayed under the event. It provides you with object symbols, connections and rules that you can link to the selected object. If you do not want the mini toolbar to be shown for a selected object, move the mouse pointer a few centimeters away from the selected object. It will then only be shown when you select it again. 6. Click the Function symbol in the mini toolbar. 7. The connections allowed by the method are displayed. Keep the Launch scheduled activates Function connection activated and click below the Launch scheduled event in the model window. Overtype Function with Find addresses of potential customers. 10
14 8. Create the following objects one below the other using the mini toolbar, while keeping the respective connection default: a. Event: Addresses of customers found b. Function: Find contact person c. Event: Contact person found d. Function: Schedule product presentation e. Event: Product presentation scheduled For longer names in an object symbol to be properly broken down, you can insert conditional separators. To do so, press Ctrl + Hyphen (-). Conditional separators are displayed only if a name really needs to be broken down. As soon as you enlarge the object and the name fits within without a line break, the separator will be removed again. 9. If all objects are not displayed in the model window, decrease the representation of the model. Activate the View tab bar and click Zoom out. Alternatively, click Zoom > Custom in the View tab bar and enter the relevant zoom factor, e.g., Click the Find addresses of potential customers function and then the Add symbols button in the mini toolbar. 11
15 11. The Add symbols dialog opens. Double-click the Organizational unit symbol. The symbol is inserted into the mini toolbar. 12. Double-click in the dialog on the Application system type symbol to insert it into the mini toolbar. 13. Finally, click Close to close the dialog. 14. You will create the next symbol to the left of the selected function Find addresses of potential customers. If there is not enough space, insert space to the left of the selected function: a. Activate the Insert tab bar. b. Click Horizontal space. c. In the model window, click the position starting from which you want to insert a space (from left to right), and hold the mouse button down. d. Drag the visible line to the right and release the mouse button at the position where you want to stop inserting space. The model items positioned within the area indicated by the start and end lines are placed to the right of the end line. The connections are adjusted. 12
16 15. Now click the Application system type symbol in the mini toolbar and then to the left of the selected function Find addresses of potential customers click in the model background. 16. Name the new object CRM system. 17. Click the Find addresses of potential customers function again and create an organizational unit to the right of the function. Name it Sales. 18. Click the Sales object and click Attributes in the Start tab bar. Attribute Editing opens. 19. In the tree view, click Simulation. 20. Finally, click in the table on the input box of the column Sales (English) and enter the value 12 as the Number of employees. 21. Click Close and confirm the query with Yes.. 13
17 Your EPC should look like this now: Tips To change attributes for multiple objects, select the objects, right-click in the selection and select Attributes. The selected objects of each object type are summarized on individual tabs. To remove the symbol from the mini toolbar, right-click the symbol, and select Remove symbol. 14
18 3.5 Create object occurrences The Sales organizational unit is also responsible for the Find contact person and Schedule product presentation functions. To structure your model clearly, you can create an occurrence of the Sales object beside each of these functions. Object occurrences are copies of object symbols that represent the same object in one or more models. Any occurrence of the Sales object that you create will represent the object you have already created in your model. If you change an occurrence, the changes will apply to all occurrences. This becomes apparent if you change the name of the object. 1. Right-click Sales, hold down the mouse button and move the pointer to the right of the Find contact person function. Release the mouse button and click Create occurrence copy here. Another symbol is created in the model for the Sales object. The symbol is not linked to the function with a connection yet. 2. Create the next occurrence copy with the mini toolbar. To do so, click the Schedule product presentation function and create an organizational unit to the right of the function. Name it Sales. As soon as you are finished with your input, the Select object dialog opens. 3. Double-click the Sales object. The new organizational unit is created in the model as an occurrence of the selected object. 15
19 Your EPC should look like this now: 16
20 3.6 Rename objects You can change object names directly in the model. If you change a name, all occurrences of the object in the database are renamed accordingly. In the following, you will change the name of the Sales organizational unit. 1. Click one of the three Sales symbols. 2. Click Rename in the Start tab bar. 3. Enter Distribution and click in the model background. The name of the organizational unit is now Distribution and all occurrences of the object are displayed with the new name. 17
21 3.7 Arrange and group objects Now, you will arrange the symbols in the model. 1. Select the adjacent objects CRM system, Find addresses of potential customers and Distribution. To do so, position the mouse pointer to the left of/above the CRM system object, press and hold the left mouse button, and drag the mouse pointer to the right of/below the Distribution object. This completely encloses the adjacent objects CRM system, Find addresses of potential customers and Distribution within the displayed frame. Now release the mouse button. The objects are selected. 2. Click Align > Align middle in the Start tab bar. 3. Click Align > Distribute horizontally. 4. Activate the Format tab bar and click Group. You can now move or edit the three grouped objects together only. 5. Right-click in the model background and select Select > All. 6. Hold down the Ctrl key and successively click the two new occurrences of the Distribution organizational unit. The symbols are now removed from the selection. Release the Ctrl key. 7. Activate the Start tab bar and click Align > Centered. 8. Click Align > Distribute vertically. 9. Click in the model background to deselect all symbols. 10. Increase the distance between the CRM system application type and the Find addresses of potential customers function. To move the grouped objects separately, you must first ungroup them. Activate the Format tab bar and click Group > Ungroup. 11. Right-click in the model background and select Select > All. 12. Hold down the Ctrl key and click CRM system. The object is removed from the selection. 13. Now you can move the selected objects to the right by increments of two gridlines. To do this, hold down the Shift key and press the right arrow key twice. The selected objects are moved in line with the grid steps. 14. Click in the model background to deselect all symbols. 15. Arrange the Distribution object occurrences. Right-click one of the object occurrences and enable Select > Select all of this type. The symbols are selected. 16. Click Align > Align right. 17. Click in the model background to deselect all symbols. 18. Hold down the Ctrl key and successively click Find contact person and the Distribution organizational unit placed to the right. The symbols are selected. 19. Click Align > Align bottom. 20. Click in the model background to deselect all symbols. 18
22 21. Now align the Schedule product presentation objects and the organizational unit Distribution to the right of it along a bottom line. The objects of the model are now arranged as follows: Tips If your model is no longer fully visible in the model window, reduce the size of the model's appearance. To do this, select the current value in the Size of appearance field of the toolbar and overwrite it with 80, for example. Press the Enter key. To move the model in the model window, right-click in the model background and select Select > Select all. Click anywhere in the selection, hold down the mouse button, and drag the model to the relevant position in the model window. 19
23 3.8 Create connections In the following, you will link the unconnected object of your Customer acquisition model with another object via a connection. 1. Click Toggle connection mode in the toolbar. If the mouse pointer is now located on the border of an object, connection anchor points are displayed. 2. Move the mouse pointer over the left border of the Distribution organizational unit which is not yet linked with a connection. A connection anchor point is displayed. 3. Click the anchor point, and move the mouse pointer to the right border of the Find contact partner function. 4. Clicking the anchor point that appears at the function will connect the two objects. Tip The following shape indicates that you are moving the mouse pointer over a target object for which the method does not allow connections. This may occur if you attempt to draw a connection from the Launch scheduled event to the CRM system or Distribution objects, for example. 3.9 Create links You can link objects in ARIS Architect with Web sites or addresses via hyperlinks. This enables you to access Web sites or send s directly from ARIS Architect. You can also link objects with programs like Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, or Microsoft PowerPoint and run these directly from ARIS Architect. 20
24 3.9.1 Create a program shortcut To link the CRM system object with a program (e.g., Microsoft Excel), proceed as follows: 1. Click the CRM system object and select Attributes. The Attributes dialog opens. 2. In the tree view, click the System attributes attribute type group. 3. Click in the cell of the Title 1 row and enter the program name (e.g., Microsoft Excel). 4. Enter the path to the executable program file (e.g., C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\EXCEL.EXE) in the Link 1 cell. You can also click the Browse ( ) button and navigate to the relevant directory. 5. Click Save to save the attribute changes. 6. Click Close. 7. Click the CRM system object. 8. Click Go to > Link in the Start tab bar. The linked program is launched. 9. Close the program. 21
25 3.9.2 Create a hyperlink To link the Distribution object with a Web site, proceed as follows: 1. Click an occurrence of the Distribution organizational unit and then click Attributes. The Attributes dialog opens. Each row in the table corresponds with an attribute. The name of the Distribution object refers to the column that contains all of the object's attribute values. The object name is followed by the language in which the language-dependent attribute values are specified. In this case, this is English. The values in gray cells cannot be edited. You can change the column width by clicking a dividing line in the column header, holding down the mouse button and moving the line. 2. Click the Organizational unit tab on the System attributes attribute type group. 3. Click in the cell of the Title 1 attribute and enter Software AG as the name of the hyperlink. 4. Click the cell of the Link 1 attribute and enter the address 5. Click Save to save the attribute changes. 6. Click Close. 22
26 7. Click an occurrence of the Distribution organizational unit. 8. Click Go to > Link in the Start tab bar. Your Internet browser is launched and the Software AG Web site opens. 9. Close your Internet browser. You have created a link for the Distribution object Place attributes You can display the attributes of objects and connections in your model. Now, you will display the connection type. 1. Select the connection between the CRM system object and the connections between the Distribution organizational unit and the assigned functions. To do so, press and hold down the Ctrl key and click the connections one after the other. Then release the Ctrl key. 2. Click Properties in the Start tab bar. The Properties dialog opens. 3. In the tree view, click Attribute placement (connections). 4. Click Add. The Add attributes dialog opens. Specified attributes are marked with a symbol ( ) in the list. Double-click the Type attribute. The dialog is closed and the attribute is transferred to the Properties dialog. Since the Type attribute is the only placed attribute, it is already selected. 5. Enable the lower middle check box in the Placement area. 6. Ensure that Centered is selected in the Alignment box. 23
27 7. Click OK. The dialog is closed and the type of the selected connection is displayed as centered below the connection. 8. Click in the model background to deselect the model items. 24
28 Your model now looks like this: 25
29 3.11 Apply template You can use templates that you can modify or create yourself to change the appearance of your models. For example, you can adapt the representation to your corporate design or prepare it for presentation purposes. The Standard template is already assigned to your EPC. In the following, you will assign the Standard (classic) template to the EPC. The template enlarges the objects and brightens the colors. 1. Click in the model background. 2. Activate the Format tab bar. 3. Click Template and select Standard (classic) to assign the template. When you are asked if the template should to be applied to all occurrences in the current model, click Yes. 26
30 The template is applied to the model. You can make further changes to the model's appearance. Right-click in the model background and select Format > Representation Save model To save your work, click Marketing database. Save. The model is saved in the main group of the Sales and 27
31 4 Evaluate This chapter describes how relevant data is output by models. 4.1 Print model You can configure the print output of the model using the following settings Configure header and footer To add more information to the print output than is contained in the model, you can place data in the header and footer. In the following, you will display the model name and the current date in the header of the expression and the page number and Sales and Marketing in the footer. 1. Click ARIS > Print > Page setup. The Page setup dialog opens. You can specify all of the settings for printing the model here. 28
32 2. Ensure that the Header and footer entry is selected on the Selection tab. 3. Change Global settings to Local settings. To do this, click the down arrow in the first input box, and select Local settings. All other input boxes will become available for you to specify your settings. 4. Click in the left Header box. 5. Double-click in the list Model and database attributes on the entry Name (Model, AT_Name) to transfer it to the header. 6. Click in the right field of the header and then double-click Date in the Other attributes list. 7. Click in the left field of the footer and double-click Page in the Other attributes list. 8. Click in the right field of the footer and enter Sales and Marketing. 9. Enable the Separate headers and footers with lines check box. 10. Click OK. Your settings are displayed in the print preview. Tip You can hide the header and footer in the printout and then show it again by clicking the Insert headers/footers icon in the Print preview dialog. 29
33 4.1.2 Specify print scale and color You will now set the print size and color settings for the model. 1. Click ARIS > Print > Print preview. 2. If you don't want your model to be printed in color, click in the dialog toolbar on Black and white. The print preview and the print output both show the model in black and white. 3. Click Fit to page, to optimize the print scale. This action also changes the print page display in the model window. Tip You can align the model on a print page by moving it. To do this, exit print preview by clicking Close. Right-click in the model background and select Select > Select all. Click in the selection, hold down the mouse button, and drag the model to the relevant position. Use the print page minor tick marks to monitor the position of the model. Finally, click in the model background to deselect all symbols Start printing You can check your settings before you start printing with the Print preview dialog. The model appears as it will when printed. 1. If you have already closed the Print preview dialog, click ARIS > Print > Print preview again. 2. Check your settings and make the required changes. 3. Click Print. The Print dialog opens. 4. Specify the required printer settings. 5. Click OK. The model is printed on the selected printer. 6. Close the print preview. Tip To print a model from the model window directly without a print preview beforehand, click File > Print. 30
34 4.2 Evaluate model contents Report-based evaluations enable you to output the contents of user databases and models or object descriptions as a text. In the following, you will evaluate the contents of the Customer acquisition model. 1. Activate the Evaluate tab bar. 2. Click Start report. The Report Wizard guides you through the relevant steps. 3. Select Output objects in the sequence of modeling (model graph) in the Report box. 4. Click Next. 5. Retain the settings for the language and the evaluation filter. 6. Select Rich Text Format (*.rtf) as the output format. 7. Enter a name for the report and specify where it is to be stored. 8. If necessary, enable the Display result check box. 9. Click Finish. 10. After starting the report, the Select output options dialog is displayed. Click OK to accept the settings. 31
35 The report is created and output in your RTF editor. 11. Close the RTF Editor. You just carried out your first model evaluation. 4.3 Close model You have created and evaluated the model. Now you can close the model. 1. Click Close on the model tab 2. Click Yes, if you want to save your changes. The model is saved and the model window is closed.. 32
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Create your first PowerPoint 2010 presentation Quick Reference Card Add slides To add a slide without selecting the layout first, do one of the following: On the Home tab, in the Slides group, click New
EXCEL TUTORIAL Excel is software that lets you create tables, and calculate and analyze data. This type of software is called spreadsheet software. Excel lets you create tables that automatically calculate
Appendix 2 - Using Smart Client This section of the user guide is relevant to first-time users of Agresso. There are some areas of the Agresso package that initially need to be configured by the individual
KMnet Viewer User Guide Legal Notes Unauthorized reproduction of all or part of this guide is prohibited. The information in this guide is subject to change for improvement without notice. We cannot be
Sample Chapters Copyright 2010 by Curtis Frye All rights reserved. To learn more about this book, visit the detail page at: go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=191751 Chapter at a Glance Analyze data dynamically
About the Office 2010 User Interface You can use this guide to learn how to use the new features of the Microsoft Office Ribbon. Topics in this guide include: What s New in the Office 2010 User Interface
1 Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial Excel is a spreadsheet program in the Microsoft Office system. You can use Excel to create and format workbooks (a collection of spreadsheets) in order to analyze data and
Impress Guide Chapter 2 Using Slide Masters, Styles, and Templates OpenOffice.org Copyright This document is Copyright 2007 by its contributors as listed in the section titled Authors. You can distribute
Desktop Publishing (Word) In addition to word processing, Microsoft Word is a suprisingly capable desktop publishing application. It is no substitute for a professional grade program like Adobe PageMaker
PART 7 Formatting Pages In the preceding part, you learned how to format characters and paragraphs. In this part, you learn how to apply formatting that affects entire pages. You ll start with changing
For information on system requirements and how to install Mathcad on your computer, refer to Chapter 1, Welcome to Mathcad. When you start Mathcad, you ll see a window like that shown in Figure 2-1. By
Excel 2016 Main Screen Fundamental Concepts General Keyboard Shortcuts Open a workbook Create New Save Preview and Print Close a Ctrl + O Ctrl + N Ctrl + S Ctrl + P Ctrl + W Help Run Spell Check Calculate
TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS... 1 INTRODUCTION... 3 BREAK... 4 DEFINITIONS... 4 WHY WOULD YOU USE THIS?... 4 STEP BY STEP- PAGE BREAK... 4 ALTERNATIVE METHODS... 5 STEP BY STEP- SECTION BREAK...
Excel Essentials TABLE OF CONTENTS THE EXCEL ENVIRONMENT... 1 EDITING... 1 INSERTING A COLUMN... 1 DELETING A COLUMN... 1 INSERTING A ROW... DELETING A ROW... MOUSE POINTER SHAPES... USING AUTO-FILL...
Lesson 2 Quick Tour and Features Objectives Students will format a document page. Students will use a spell-checker. Students will copy, cut, and paste text. Students will adjust paragraph indentations.
10 Classes 2 nd Exam Review Lesson - 15 Introduction Windows 7, previous version of the latest version (Windows 8.1) of Microsoft Windows, was produced for use on personal computers, including home and
Unit D CASE Samantha Hooper, a tour developer at Quest Specialty Travel, asks you to produce some reports to help her share and analyze data. A report is an Access object that creates a professional looking
Microsoft Word 2003 for Windows, Part 2 In this workshop, the following Word 2003 features will be covered: Creating and using Tables Formatting text using Styles Using MailMerge Arranging text in Columns
CDU Short Courses Introduction to Microsoft Word 2010 A 2 day course delivered by Charles Darwin University. COURSE INFORMATION This course focuses on basic document production using Microsoft Word 2010