The following changes were made for v2.1.q on GitHub (released 04-OCT-2017 - UnderDev build):
The main thing here are robustness improvements to reduce issues when user opens multiple Rhapsody clients, namely to give a warning. Also some users keep asking how to add pre and post conditions to AD, so I added to toolbar to remove them having to ask. Plus a couple of little tweaks discovered during testing.
#238 04-OCT-2017: Improve ability to add new UC pre or post conditions to the AD (F.J.Chadburn). Added these to the AD toolbar propagated to packages that have the RequirementsAnalysisProfile applied. It just makes it easier for users who are new to Rhapsody who are using simplified activity diagrams to model use cases. Had to add stereotypes to profile as built in Precondition/Postcondition stereotypes used before were constrained by properties prevent their use in toolbar.
#239 04-OCT-2017: Improve warning/behaviour if multiple Rhapsodys are open or user switches app (F.J.Chadburn). Occasionally users will accidentally open multiple Rhapsody's and accidentally modify the wrong model. This enhancement reduces that risk leading to better overall robustness in wider deployments.
#240 04-OCT-2017: Prevent commands running in the SysMLHelper model to avoid accidental damage (F.J.Chadburn). This enhancement reduces that risk leading to better overall robustness in wider deployments.
#241 04-OCT-2017: Fixed TableL - Use case refinement relations so that it works as expected post 8.2 (F.J.Chadburn). Oddity, but for some reason Use Cases were not selected in the shipped profile (probably dates back to the 8.2 upgrade). All fixed now though.
#242 04-OCT-2017: Get re-layout dependencies on diagrams(s) menu to centre on graph edges properly (F.J.Chadburn). Improvement to v2.1.o enhancement.
#243 04-OCT-2017: Added ability to do smart link from a testcase to create a Verification (F.J.Chadburn). Again, a small thing I noticed as being useful.
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Thursday, 5 October 2017
Changes log for v2.1.q (UnderDev) profile
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