Attribute Values - StyleEx & pdata

When creating a diagram profile, you can use the pdata and StyleEx attributes to define a range of characteristics of the diagrams created with the profile. If the attribute is defining several characteristics at once, put the values in a single string separated by semicolons. For example:

StyleEx: string = HideQuals=0;AdvanceElementProps=1;ShowNotes=1;

StyleEx: string =

  • AdvancedConnectorProps=1; (to show connector property strings)
  • AdvancedElementProps=1; (to show the element property string)
  • AdvancedFeatureProps=1; (to show the feature property string)
  • AttPkg=1; (to show package visible Class members)
  • DefaultLang=Language; (to set the default language for the diagram; Language can be one of Enterprise Architect's built-in languages such as C++ or Java, or it can be a custom language)
  • HandDrawn=1; (to apply hand drawn mode)
  • HideQuals=0; (to show qualifiers and visibility indicators)
  • SeqTopMargin=50; (to set the height of the top margin on sequence diagrams)
  • ShowAsList=1; (to make the diagram open directly into the Diagram List)
  • ShowMaint=1; (to show the element Maintenance compartment)
  • ShowNotes=1; (to show the element Notes compartment)
  • ShowOpRetType=1; (to show the operation return type)
  • ShowTests=1; (to show the element Testing compartment)
  • SuppConnectorLabels=1; (to suppress all connector labels)
  • SuppressBrackets=1; (to suppress brackets on operations without parameters)
  • TConnectorNotation=Option; (where Option is one of UML 2.1, IDEF1X, or Information Engineering)
  • TExplicitNavigability=1; (to show non-navigable connector ends)
  • VisibleAttributeDetail=1; (to show attribute details on the diagram)
  • Whiteboard=1; (to apply whiteboard mode)


pdata: string =

  • HideAtts=0; (to show the element Attributes compartment)
  • HideEStereo=0; (to show element stereotypes in the diagram)
  • HideOps=0; (to show the element Operations compartment)
  • HideParents=0; (to show additional parents of elements in the diagram)
  • HideProps=0; (to show property methods)
  • HideRel=0; (to show relationships)
  • HideStereo=0; (to show attribute and operation stereotypes)
  • OpParams=3; (to show operation parameters)
  • ShowCons=1; (to show the element Constraints compartment)
  • ShowIcons=1; (to use stereotype icons)
  • ShowReqs=1; (to show the element Requirements compartment)
  • ShowSN=1; (to show sequence notes)
  • ShowTags=1; (to show the element Tagged values compartment)
  • SuppCN=0;(to show collaboration numbers)
  • UseAlias=1; (to use the aliases or elements in the diagram, if available).