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Convert ARIS to ER/Studio

Current version: 5.60

Important to know

The TOOLBUS Interface for ARIS and ER/Studio enables the migration of Data Models from ARIS Business Architect and other ARIS products, which include ARIS Business Architect functionality, to Logical Models in ER/Studio Data Architect, and vice versa. The migration of Physical Models from ER/Studio to Table Diagrams in ARIS is also supported. The interface supports these ARIS Models: – IE Data Model – eERM (Extended Entity Relationship Model) – SAP – SERM – Attribute Allocation Diagram – Table Diagram (unidirectional from ER/Studio to ARIS)

Conversion Process

In order to migrate a model from ARIS to ER/Studio a XML file (AML file) must be export ed from ARIS. The ARIS export file is converted to a standard interface file called “TOOLBUS”. The TOOLBUS programs generate an ER/Studio DM1 file from the TOOLBUS file. In order to migrate a Data Model from ER/Studio to ARIS the TOOLBUS programs create an ARIS XML (AML) import file from the ER/Studio DM1 file. This process also uses the intermediate TOOLBUS file.


The TOOLBUS Interface for ARIS and ER/Studio requires Microsoft Windows XP /Vista /7. The TOOLBUS interface supports ARIS Bus iness Architect versions 6.2 to 7.2, and it also supports other ARIS products, which include ARIS Business Architect functionality. The TOOLBUS interface supports ER/Studio Data Architect 6.0 to 9.5.

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