Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect.12.1.1230
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Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect 12.1.1230 | 63.3 MB
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Changes and fixes for Build 1230
- Schema Composer subsets over multiple namespaces improved:
When target package doesn't specify a targetNamespace types will be added to sub-packages with a matching namespace as the source
When target package does specify a targetNamespace types only types with a matching source namespace will be generated
Allows a single schema composer profile to define the types required for a full MPD
Ensures that the generated schemas only contain the types that belong in their namespace
- AssociationType stereotyped elements now generates a definition for nc:AssociationType when not explicitly modeled
- PropertyHolder elements without a References relationship no longer emit an empty substitutionGroup or nilable declaration
- Generated diagram images from save, print or clipboard action will no longer include a Diagram Frame when the parent element is being represented as a diagram frame on the diagram
- ActionPin classifier names are now displayed on diagrams
- Information Flow connectors on Sequence Diagrams are now preserved after a reload
- Sequence Diagram behavior improved when creating first Sequence message on diagrams containing other connectors
- Documentation using SQL and Scripting fragments will no longer strip linefeeds from formatted text fields
- Attribute and Operations dialog validation of duplicate named entries now only checks name columns
- Attribute property dialog now allows removing of matching Get & Set methods by unchecking both read and write options
- Element Scenario editor step context menu handling improved
- MDG Technology Import to User will now load the technology without a restart
-MDG Technology Creation Wizard now supports file names with parenthesis
- Save Project As behavior improved when attempting to save over the current project
- Import Binary Module now prompts to save changed diagrams before starting
- Automation Interface Connector.TemplateBindings collection now works on stereotyped connectors
- Printing large diagrams to PDF will now draw all connectors on the diagram
- Diagram rendering under Wine will now draw all vertical and horizontal connectors
- Cloud connections will now allow users to change their security passwords
System Requirements: Microsoft® Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows 2008 Server, Windows 2003 Server or Windows XP Service Pack 2
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