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Last Build Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2012 07:12:58 -0000

 



Patch for background diagram

Thu, 27 Sep 2012 07:12:58 -0000

Unfortunately a bug was found in the background diagram for the Component diagram. Although it was handled correctly in Firefox, it didn't in Internet Explorer. The only file affected is /diagram/genchart/loadgen.svg, so you can replace only this file.



New release with new features

Thu, 27 Sep 2012 07:12:58 -0000

Open Modeling 2.1.9 has a few important new features: First a Relation Matrix has been implemented, showing relations in the metamodel as a matrix shape. There are three kinds of matrices: Association, Create/use and Affinity. The latter two are based on the detailed process diagrams (DPD) and present specific views. (see help for more information) Second an IDEF0 viewer and a generator have been implemented. The viewer represents all diagram links and references to the outside world as flows in the IDEF0 format. If the metamodel supports the IDEF0 technique, the viewer data can be saved. The IDEF0 editor will be able to modify the generated scheme to your needs. (see help for more information) Third, another UML technique has been added, the Use Cases. This adds to the existing UML Component Diagram.



Create your own model

Thu, 27 Sep 2012 07:12:58 -0000

Multiple questions came to us sounding like: How can we create our own model and fill it with our own data? Here we explain how this can be done? http://open-modeling.sourceforge.net/createmodel/createnewmodel.htm Hope this explains!



Better Mozilla and Linux support

Thu, 27 Sep 2012 07:12:58 -0000

The Mozilla usage of our software was not good enough. We changed that already on the demo site (http://62.163.213.197/openmodeling212). A new release is upcoming. This new release will make it possible to use: - IE in combination with Adobe SVG 6 beta - Mozilla in combination with Adobe SVG 6 beta, it wasn't possible to update our diagrams with Mozilla (due to missing postul support) - Mozilla SUSE Linux support running Adobe beta plug-inn