ARIS Express - Business process management

ARIS Express How to import ARIS Express models into ARIS Backing up ARIS Express Models

ARIS Express models are saved by default to the document libraries Restoring ARIS Express Models It is advised to restore the models in a

separate database, so it may be standardised with your organisations conventions before merging it to the development database Restoring ARIS Express Models (continued)

Right click on the relevant working folder and select Import. Select ARIS Express models Restoring ARIS Express Models (continued) Navigate to where the models are saved

Select the required models and click Import: Restoring ARIS Express Models (continued) Determine whether the configuration is to be extended: Extend configuration and import ADF files

First extends the configuration by the ARIS Express filter and the ARIS Express model template. Then the ARIS Express models (ADF files) are imported. This ensures that the models have the same appearance as in ARIS Express and that you can continue working with the same object symbols.

Import ADF files only Existing filters are not extended by the ARIS Express filter and the ARIS Express model template. The object symbols from ARIS Express cannot be used with this and the models do not have the

appearance they have in ARIS Express Restoring ARIS Express Models (continued) For this example only the ADF file was imported

Select Finish to action Restoring ARIS Express Models (continued) This will start the model import:

Changing object appearance Once import completes the wizard will advise that the objects have been changed to default: Changing object appearance

The appearance may also be changed by applying your organisations template: Merging models to development database Login to the relevant development database

Right click and drag the required model to the target database When prompted, select Merge Merging models to development database

(continued) Select the appropriate merge requirements: Merging models to development database (continued)

This will initiate and finalise the merge: Consolidating objects In instances where library objects, such as application systems, were used, object

consolidation will be required Consolidating objects (continued) Look for objects using Find function In this example the search was conducted on

functions with the same name: Consolidating objects (continued) Determine objects to consolidate and identify master:

Consolidating objects (continued) This will initiate and finalise the consolidation:

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