Release Notes: This release introduces Event-driven Process Chain Diagram, Process Map Diagram, and Organization Charts. Enhancements include the support for traceability by using Diagram Transitor, copying diagram elements as XML, support for importing Rational Software Architect project files, and support for smart layout in Mind Mapping Diagram. Sequence Diagram was enhanced to support duration and time constraints. Instant code generation was enhanced to have more specific code detail settings. This release includes 8 major new features, 5 enhanced features, and 60 bugfixes.
Release Notes: In this release, it has a number of new features which includes creating translated copies of model through the use of Nicknamer, support defining Requirement types and displaying in Tabular view, increased effects for publisher published Web contents, more robust annotation support via Callout and Freehand shape and allow copying, moving and reordering of class and entities members through drag and drop. In addition, Model Transitor is introduced for establishing transition and support traceability between models.
Release Notes: A bookmark is supported for linked to diagrams and shapes. Another new feature is handi-selection. You can now select shapes from within the range of any of the four sides of the mouse cursor position. Command-line operations were introduced for batch processing of tasks by executing commands. Multiple revisions can be exported from VP Teamwork Server, Subversion, and CVS repositories. Sequence Diagrams are the most popular diagrams used for dynamic modeling, so its usability was increased a lot. There are also a number of enhancements for various other features.
Release Notes: This release added branch and tag capability to the VP Teamwork Server with Subversion and CVS repository integration. This allows different modeling projects to be run in parallel while keeping the release quality project stable in the trunk. A User Interface Designer was introduced for creating screen mock-ups in the early stages of a software development project. Usability of the Sequence Diagram was increased. There were also a number of enhancements for various other features.
Release Notes: CVS and SVN integration was added. Support for importing and exporting UML2 models through XMI was added. More types of candidate objects can be identified from Textual Analysis. Element Sorting was added in Report Generation. Diagrams are now grouped by category in Diagram Navigator. Support for the FrontBase database was added. A diagram summary can optionally included in Report Generation.
Release Notes: A new persistent architecture improves speed and memory usage in handling middle to large scale projects, both in local and teamwork environments. You can design your own notation with Shape Editor. Data Flow Diagram is supported. A large diagram can be sliced into a specified number of output images. You may add files, URLs, and diagram references to models for elaboration or navigation purposes. Instant Reverse can visualize your implementation as a Class diagram with a few clicks. The program can be configured to use specific applications or commands to open different types of files. The Viewer Edition is free for browsing your project.
Release Notes: The Requirement Diagram was added from the SysML for requirements capturing and specification in a more effective and practical approach. The office exchange feature allows you to organize your business models by using MS Word. With the configurable stereotype, elements can be easily distinguished and emphasized in the diagram. New model references allow you to associate resources, include files, and URLs. After reversing the database, the generated code can call strored procedures in the database. The modeling project can be exported to and imported from an XML format.
Release Notes: Creation of non-existing columns was fixed for reverse Oracle databases. A progress bar hang at 100% when opening a project by double-clicking in the file manager was fixed. A VP-UML IDE Integration problem on NetBeans 4.1ea2 was fixed. Some zooming problems in sequence diagrams were fixed. An attribute/operation sorting problem was fixed. UML 2.0 sequence diagrams are now supported in ad hoc report generation. The containment behavior of combined fragments was enhanced.
Release Notes: This release features a use case details editor, enhanced XMI import/export that supports UML 2.0, enhanced smart resources, EJB diagram support, EJB code generation and deployment, customizable SQL, and advanced ORM features.
Release Notes: This version supports the latest Unified Modeling Language (UML) 2.0 standard. Users can now model applications with all the 13 UML diagrams in Eclipse. Support for Enterprise Java Bean (EJB) development enables bi-directional code generation between UML models and EJB. Ad-hoc UML documentation generation to Word documents has been introduced. Team collaboration capabilities have been enhanced to provide better version control. A brand-new, sophisticated layout facility enables smarter ways to layout a diagram. Support for Logical View provides a user-defined view for structuring UML diagrams and models.