Release Notes: This version improves documentation capabilities with a new report engine. It adds significant performance improvements and allows you to generate up-to-date reports based on your own templates with custom layout and formatting. C++ code engineering support for Visual Studio 2003 and 2005 was added together with other C++ code engineering improvements.
Release Notes: This release integrates with the most popular VCS repositories, has enhanced integration with the most popular Open Source MDA tools, updates SysML support in SysML plugin 1.1, and improves case modeling usability, code and model analysis, and layout and drawing in Activity and BMPN diagrams.
Release Notes: MagicDraw UML 12.0 adds the new SysML plug-in 1.0 as a separate extension product. Also, MagicDraw 12.0 extends its support of model analysis by adding model validation and the dependency matrix capabilities. Additionally, this release delivers C# and C++ code engineering updates and improvements with the new advanced elements in UML support.
Release Notes: Model decomposition was improved. Model Decomposition is a powerful tool to split a project and work with part of it independently. The MagicDraw model can now be exported to EMF based UML 2.0 compatible XMI. This allows interchange of UML 2.0 models with the most popular MDA tools. Perspectives were added, which are the ability to select predefined or customized MagicDraw configurations and features according to your specific role in your software development process. General usability and diagramming improvements were made.
Release Notes: Seamless integration with Eclipse IDE was implemented as an Eclipse perspective. A localization in Russian was created. MagicDraw's Resource Manager from the Options main menu can be used to download and install it automatically. Problems were found and fixed in the following areas: application, saving and loading, diagramming, reports, CVS integration, teamwork, and ProActivity integration.
Release Notes: The new MagicDraw UML BPEL Export functionality allows you to export your Business Process Execution Language (BPEL 1.1) compliant code from a Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) diagram. The outputted BPEL code can be used in BEA WebLogic 8.1. This is available in the Enterprise Edition only. MagicDraw UML was integrated with ProActivity Suite, so now it imports static and dynamic structure information from ProActivity business models for instant creation and redesign of IT systems. Integration with NetBeans IDE 4.X was updated. Java 5 code engineering is supported in Eclipse integration.
Release Notes: New diagrams and other improvements in support of UML 2.0 were added, including UML 2.0 metamodel support, XMI 2.1 support, BPMN (Business Process Modeling Notation) support, and more convenient GUI and non-modal Specification Windows. Diagramming improvements include new diagram toolbars, completely redesigned smart manipulators, and additional drag and drop capabilities to eliminate modeling time wasting clicks. Code engineering was improved. The destination of the code reverse operation output can now be any model package. Reports performance was improved. The Open API was changed.
Release Notes: This release adds UML 2.0 metamodel support, new diagrams and other improvements in support of UML 2.0, XMI 2.1 support, business process modeling using BPMN (Business Process Modeling Notation), completely redesigned Smart Manipulators functionality that increases the speed of modeling and diagramming, and a new more convenient GUI and non-modal windows for specification dialogs.
Release Notes: UML 2.0 metamodel support was added. Business process modeling using BPMN (Business Process Modeling Notation) support was added. The Smart Manipulators functionality was newly redesigned to increase the speed of modeling and diagramming. New and more convenient GUI and non-modal windows for Specification dialogs were added.
Release Notes: This version supports the UML 2.0 notation allowing users to specify both business and technical requirements. In addition, it now incorporates visual model differencing which allows for quick, visual comparisons between two models. This version also includes system analysis and requirements metrics, enabling project leaders, analysts and architects to measure the project development effort through different models.