New & Noteworthy for IBM Engineering Systems Design Rhapsody - Model Manager 7.0.1


Description
Browser Support RMM officially supports the Chromium Edge browser

RMM now officially supports the Chromium-based Edge browser. Also, the Internet Explorer browser is no longer supported.

Integration with EWM Performing EWM actions on a unit and its descendants in RMM models

In this release, a "Unit with descendants" submenu has been added to the pop-up menu for Rhapsody model units. This submenu makes it possible to carry out EWM actions such as lock, check-in, and deliver, on a unit and on its descendants that are defined as units. The "Unit with descendants" option is visible only if the value of the property ShowCMStatusOfSubUnits is set to True.

Support for EWM's distributed source control feature

Beginning in this release, you can use EWM's distributed source control feature to deliver artifacts in RMM models to different repositories. To use this feature with RMM projects created with earlier versions of Rhapsody, you must first open the model and run the Rhapsody API method IRPApplication.updateRmmDataToNewVersion.

Licensing License arrangements for two separate RMM modes - Model Management, Model and Code Management

Model Management Server

This option entitles you to perform configuration management operations on your Rhapsody models but not on code or any other artifacts. You are only entitled to use the Change and Configuration Management (CCM) application for Rhapsody model management when the CCM application is purchased and deployed as a model management server. When you deploy in this mode, a Rhapsody user consumes a Rhapsody Model Manager Systems and Software Engineer license.


Model and Code Management Server

This option entitles you to perform all the configuration management (CM) operations that are supported by EWM, including CM operations on Rhapsody models and code. You are entitled to use the Change and Configuration Management (CCM) application for Rhapsody model management, code management, to perform build operations, use the integrations to CC/CQ and Git, and leverage DsCM when the CCM application is purchased and deployed as a model and code management server. When you deploy in this mode, a Rhapsody user consumes a Rhapsody Model Manager Systems and Software Engineer license and an Engineering Workflow Management Developer license.

Properties page Properties page: display of additional modeling information

The properties page now includes information for additional types of relations, such as generalizations, associations, links, flows, and port contracts.

User Interface New style for UI components: Buttons, links, breadcrumbs, modal dialog boxes, and tabs

Select user interface components (buttons, links, breadcrumbs, modal dialog boxes, and tabs) are restyled as part of the ongoing task to align with IBM's open source Carbon Design System.

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