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Diagrams are collections of project elements laid out and inter-connected as required.

Enterprise Architect supports all of the UML diagrams, as well as several custom extensions. Together with the Enterprise Architect elements and connectors, these form the basis of the model. Diagrams are stored in packages and can have a parent object (optional). Diagrams can be moved from package to package.

The basic elements used in each type of diagram are shown below. After you have reviewed these illustrations, go to the following topics:


If the diagram display is too small to read comfortably, click on the diagram, press and hold [Ctrl] and use the mouse wheel to temporarily expand or reduce the display magnification.

Behavioral Diagram Basic Elements

UML Structural Diagram Basic Elements