We have a modified uml profile for program service analysis as part of our Enterprise Business Architecture methodology and wouldn’t you know it – it has Activities <>, Classes as sub-components and it seems these can not be printed.
To print a child of another element, you need to make the parent element print a standard attribute of ‘children’. Most of the Profiles we supply have this switched-off, as it sometimes means lots of rubbish detail gets printed.
So, if you have, say, a Component element with Classses as children (children in the EA Project Browser) then
– select the profile for Component (make sure it prints as ‘Inline’, as we don’t allow tables within tables)
– in the Profile for that, select ‘Children’ from the ‘Standard Attributes’ drop-down.
eaDocX will then try to find a profile for each child element it finds.
Same if true for Activities which have <> Activities as children.
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