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TRAK for Visio

Simple Visio stencil to help create TRAK architecture views

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A Visio stencil that provides the elements and connectors in the TRAK metamodel and allows you to create TRAK architecture views.

With thanks to Nic Plum for the latest revision.

TRAK is an ISO/IEC 42010:2011-compliant open-source architecture framework for enterprise architecture modelling / architecture description in all domains.

TRAK is specified in three parts and is available at:

http://trak.sourceforge.net [overview]

http://trakmetamodels.sourceforge.net [metamodel]

http://trakviewpoints.sourceforge.net [viewpoints]

Links to other implementations:

http://mdgfortrak.sourceforge.net [Enterprise Architect MDG]

http://trakomnigraffle.sourceforge.net [OmniGraffle template]

http://trakumlprofile.sourceforge.net [UML profile]

http://sourceforge.net/projects/trakmoodtemp [MooD template]

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Features

  • single Visio stencil contains all TRAK elements and connectors to create TRAK architecture description views
  • shape data implements TRAK element attributes and stores additional information and provides consistent import / export path for other tools (e.g. Excel or modelling tools) to help exchange / collaboration
  • each object in stencil displays TRAK definition on placing mouse over object
  • objects in your architecture view will display description (from shape data) on placing mouse over object
  • ability to change orientation of relationship label (parallel, horizontal)

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Intended Audience

Aerospace, Education, End Users/Desktop, Engineering, Government, Science/Research

Registered

2011-05-27
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