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Enterprise Architect 3.50 Released
« on: October 28, 2002, 04:55:37 am »
New!! Enterprise Architect 3.50 Released October 28, 2002

Sparx Systems are pleased to announce the release of version 3.50 of the UML tool Enterprise Architect. This includes many new features, a new Coporate Edition, bug fixes and refinements from previous versions. Release 3.50 builds on the success of Enterpise Architect and extends its range in a number of ways. Registered users can download the new version from the Registered User’s page. A trial version is available here.

Whats new at glance:

1. New Corporate Edition, which includes all the features of the Desktop and Professional version, with the added ability to use SQL Server or MySQL as the model repository, and to set up and administer user security for a model. This edition is for larger teams that require fine control over who can edit what elements in a model.  The Corporate edition is being offered at $US 179 – with an upgrade price of only $US 20 (for a limited time) from the Professional version until the end of November.

2. New ‘XP’ style look and feel with XP menus, docking windows, toolbars etc. It also lets you customize the main menu shortcuts to your preferred keystrokes.

3. UML Pattern support. Save complete digrams with parameterised elements as XML pattern – then import into available Resources as a re-useable pattern

4. Upgrading has also been made a lot easier with the availability for purchase of  on-line ‘Upgrade’ keys. Moving from the Desktop to Professional or Corporate edition – and from the Professional to Corporate edition is a simple no-fuss process.

5. Data transfer, data integrity and data compare functions. Changes and refinements to RTF/HTML, code generation and import, new language dictionaries for spell checker (separate download). New toolbars, new options, a simple method to override parent methods and realize interfaces, new ‘See also...’ function for diagram elements.
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