I’m keeping the numbers low for this session, partly to keep it informal, and partly due to platform limitations. I’m pleased to say that it’s now fully booked. I’m sure I’ll repeat it sometime in the near future.
PowerDesigner Web has been around for some time now, exposing the content of the PowerDesigner repository to a wider audience and giving users the ability to create and edit some types of model. With the introduction of PowerDesigner 16.7, the types of model that can be created and edited has grown, and has started to get George interested.
In this session, George will take you through the background to PD Web and show you some of the interesting features he’s found, focusing mainly on the things you can do in PD Web that you can’t do in the PowerDesigner client application:
- Reverse-engineering JSON documents and Schemas
- Productivity aids when editing Conceptual and Physical Data Models
- Structured data types in the Conceptual Data Model
- Exporting a diagram to PowerPoint as symbols that can be individually edited
- A new diagram in the Requirements Model
- and more