ADOIT is organised into a number of so-called scenarios that accommodate different stakeholders' needs:
"Design & Document"
"Control & Release"
"Read & Explore"
Each user has access to one or more scenarios and can switch between them as needed.
When you log in to ADOIT for the first time, a scenario will be automatically selected (in order of the list above, if you have access to multiple scenarios).
For subsequent visits, ADOIT will always log you in to the scenario last used.
As you work, you can select the desired scenario from the dropdown menu at the top left corner of the program window.
You can also use this dropdown menu to switch to the Organisation Portal, if it is available.
The individual functions of the scenarios are grouped in the form of widgets (= small program windows). When you click the icon , ADOIT provides a tooltip with information about the widget.
For further information, see these topics:
The purpose of the "Design & Document" scenario is to let users design services and architectures and to plan initiatives.
Workspaces in ADOIT serve as collaboration hubs for enterprise architecture. They bundle together multiple functionalities to provide a guided approach to solving specific business needs and to empower the user to perform all relevant tasks and make decisions with a clear focus.
The purpose of the "Control & Release" scenario is to let users review and release objects with a single click.
The purpose of the "Read & Explore" scenario is to let users get a quick overview of architecture artefacts in ADOIT.
Available scenarios vary depending on the application library and the licence.