Release Notes: Apart from bugfixes and other minor things, a number of larger features have been added: new manipulators for the diagrams, nested line diagrams in Siena, and the ability to export in CXT and OAL format. There is some support for undo now, although many operations do not support undo yet.
Release Notes: Problems with the diagram layout in Elba have been fixed, as well as the broken feature for showing descriptions of the attributes in a diagram.
Release Notes: This release feature full support for the old CSC format, import of object-attribute lists (OAL), huge speedups for lattice generation, better diagram manipulation and more.
Release Notes: A number of bugs in Elba, the conceptual editor, that prevented some parts of it from being used were fixed. Upgrading is highly recommended for anyone editing conceptual information systems.
Release Notes: This release features a number of enhancements in the different programs, most noticably the order of objects and attributes is kept throughout the programs. Other changes include the option to set a background color in diagram export, a different handling of the color settings in the diagram, and replacing the tooltip on the diagram nodes with an optional extra window. Siena, the second editor component, has been extended significantly. It still does not support conceptual scaling, but it offers now many more features for handling Cernato imports or single-valued contexts.
Release Notes: This release enhanced the graphical export, added new export formats, and added an option to optimize the diagram in formats for grey scale printing. Parts of the program can now be loaded at run time.
Release Notes: Compared to version 1.0 it is now far better in handling large databases and usability has been enhanced. There are also lots of little extra features like PDF export.
Release Notes: A number of performance enhancements were made, some new display options were added, and some features, including diagram exporting, were enhanced.
Release Notes: ToscanaJ has been tested and stabilized enough to consider this version a production release. ToscanaJ and its editor, Elba, now present a complete set of features to create conceptual schemas on relational databases.
Release Notes: ToscanaJ itself has been enhanced in stability and performance, plus some small features rounding it up. The most important new feature is the working editor Elba--it allows you to create ToscanaJ systems for relational databases.