QPR Installation Instructions

QPR Modeling Client Editions

QPR Modeling Client Editions

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QPR Modeling Client Editions

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QPR Modeling Client comes in three different editions: QPR EnterpriseArchitect, QPR ProcessDesigner, and QPR ProcessXpress. To find out the differences between the versions, see the table below:

 

Functionality

QPR EnterpriseArchitect

QPR ProcessDesigner

QPR ProcessXpress

Create and edit process models saved as files.

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Create and edit process models saved to QPR Modeling Client Server.

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Publish process models to QPR Portal.

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Publish process models as web pages.

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Write and run scripts using QPR API.

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BPMN 1.2 modeling support.

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Assign user rights to models and individual parts of models.

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Protect file models with a password.

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Utilize base models in process modeling.

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Utilize version management and branching with process models.

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Create links between models using interface elements.

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Create links inside a model using interface elements.

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Check out models from server for offline editing and check them back in.

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Create multilingual versions of process models.

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Utilize Matrix Views.

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Utilize linking with QPR Metrics

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Import and export XML and XPDL data

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Link Microsoft SharePoint documents with models

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Access QPR UserNet through the Ribbon

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Utilize Enterprise Architecture templates.

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Modify hierarchical modeling behaviour in element type definitions and create elements of that type.

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When the content in this guide apply only to specific editions of QPR Modeling Client, the following icons are used to indicate the editions:

EA_iconQPR EnterpriseArchitect

PD_iconQPR ProcessDesigner

PX_iconQPR ProcessXpress

 

Note that an evaluation watermark is visible in models opened and web pages exported with the evaluation version. Also note that screenshots in this guide are from QPR EnterpriseArchitect, so they might display some details which are not available in QPR ProcessDesigner or QPR ProcessXpress.