• About this document
  • About Rose 7.0.0.4
  • Restrictions and guidelines (Rose Windows, only)
  • Status of Change Requests
  • Files Changed or Added by this Fix Pack
  • Contacting IBM Customer Support for Rational software products
  • Appendix - Notices
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    IBM Rational Rose

    Release Notes


    Rose Windows Version 7.0.0.4

    Before using this information, be sure to read the general information under Appendix - Notices.

    Contents

    About this document

    Who should read this document

    Related information



    About Rose 7.0.0.4

    Announcements, Changes and Known Issues

    Restrictions and guidelines

    Status of Change Requests

    Problems Fixed in 7.0.0.4

    Files Changed or Added by this Fix Pack

    Contacting IBM Customer Support for Rational software products

    Appendix - Notices


    About this document


    This 7.0.0.4 Release Note is in addition to the Release Note for Rose Windows v7.0, v7.0.0.1, v7.0.0.1 iFix001, v7.0.0.1 iFix002, v7.0.0.1 iFix003, and v7.0.0.1 iFix004.

    Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 1995, 2008. All rights reserved. US Government Users Restricted Rights -- Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM(R) Corp.

    This document provides information about installing and using IBM Rational Rose, including system and software requirements; new features and enhancements; current known issues and defects fixed.

    Who should read this document?

    This document provides information intended for these users:


    • System administrators who install and configure Rational Rose

    • Project managers who use Rational Rose models and documents

    • Advanced users who implement integrations of Rational Rose with other products, work on international systems and localized versions of the product, or encounter problems that are undocumented in the product documentation

    Related information

    Documentation for IBM Rational is available on-line at http://www.ibm.com/software/rational/support/documentation/.


    About Rose 7.0.0.4


    This section describes new features and other changes introduced in Rational Rose 7.0.0.4.

    *Note: 7.0.0.4 includes v7.0.0.0, v7.0.0.1, v7.0.0.1 iFix001 - v7.0.0.1 iFix004 fixes and enhancements.

    Announcements, Changes and Known Issues


    This section describes important Announcement, Changes and Known Issues for Rose Windows v7.0.0.4.
    Note: This Fix Pack includes updates from previous Fix Packs and iFixes.

    Changes and Known Issues

    Rational License Server

    You must upgrade Rational License Server(s) to at least v7.0 to enable support for Rational Rose 7.0.0.4



    Added support for IPv6

    Rational Rose Windows supports IPv6.

    Rational License Server v7.0.1 or greater is required.

    Limitation: Rose Data Modeler’s forward / reverse engineering to / from DDL functions normally in IPv6. However, integration with databases supported by Rose is limited by IPv6 support for the database when running Rose on IPv6.



    Rational Federal Desktop Core Configuration (FDCC) Support

    Please refer to the following link for FDCC Support information - http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=999&context=SSSHEM&context=SSCSP7T&context=SSSTY3&context=SSCSNZN&context=SSSTWP&q1=FDCC&uid=swg21298277&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&lang=en



    Hosted Development Systems - Rose supports hosted development on these platforms:

    • Citrix

    • Windows Terminal Server for Windows 2000

    • Windows Server 2003

    Support for Windows Server 2003

    Rational Rose supports Windows Server 2003.



    Support for Microsoft Vista

    Rational Rose supports Microsoft Vista.



    Known Issues when running Rose on Vista

    • Must install Microsoft winhelp32.exe to view Rose Help:

    The Windows Help program (WinHlp32.exe) is not available in Vista.

    However, it is available for download from Microsoft at:



    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=6ebcfad9-d3f5-4365-8070-334cd175d4bb&displaylang=en

    Download this and install as a pre-requisite to run Rose Help



    • RATLC01188293 – It may be possible to select Rose Visual Basic or Rose Apex Add-In’s in the Add-In Manager even though neither Visual Studio nor Rational Apex installed.


    • Rose Add-In information for Vista:


      • Rose Apex Add-In is not supported on Vista, as Rational Apex is not available for Vista.

      • Rose Data Modeler: Oracle 9i is not supported on Vista and Rose does not formally support Oracle 10g.

        Workaround: To work with Oracle database, install Oracle 10g client on Vista machine and Oracle 9i server on any other Windows XP machine. You may then forward and reverse engineer using the Oracle database.


      • Rose Data Modeler: Unable to install DB2 7.0 on Vista, therefore Rose Data Modeler does not support DB2 7.0 on Vista.

    General Known Issues

    • IC48750; RATLC00542317 – Enumerations are available in all JDK frameworks

      Rational Rose provides limited support for JDK 1.5. In relation to JDK 1.5 enumerations, Rose allows classes to be stereotyped with the “Enum” stereotype. Then, during code generation the class is generated as a Java enumeration. Although this stereotype is applicable only for Java 1.5 classes, it may be applied to any other class contained in any of the Framework models




    • IC48425; RATLC00385579 – Attempting to delete EJB name will append additional characters.

      To reproduce:



    Select Tools > Java/J2EE > New EJB
    Choose all defaults, name it ‘TestEJB’ and click OK.
    In the tree browser, right click the EJB > Java/J2EE > Open EJB Specification
    In the Bean Name field, put the cursor between J and B in ‘TestEJB’, and click Delete (keyboard) several times

    The name will grow: ‘TestEJJBJBJBJBJBJBEJB

    Rational Rose is designed to append a suffix (“EJB” by default) to bean name.

    If the bean is named “foo”, then Rose appends the suffix string “EJB” causing the full name to appear as “fooEJB”.

    Whenever Rose finds that the default suffix does not exist, it appends it.

    If the bean name is named “fooEJB”, and you place the cursor between E and J and press the Delete key, J will be deleted causing the name to be fooEB. As the suffix (“EJB”) no longer exists, “EJB” is appended to create the full name “fooEBEJB”.



    • The following fix is not available in Japanese Rose Windows v7.0.0.4:

    PK59348; RATLC00150946 - A parser error may occur when attempting to reverse engineer an unsafe typecast.

    • RATLC01358889 - When reverse engineering (Java) the following error message may occur when running English Rose on Japanese Windows operating system:

    Invalid Index on Element From Production

    • PK20590; RATLC00483486 - Rose REI Diagram.GetSelectedItems Method returns Items vs. ItemViews

    Workaround: Iterate through each RoseItemView on the diagram to check if it is selected. If this workaround is not feasible,
    please contact Rational Technical Support.


    • RATLC01368958 – Attempting to use the ANSI Converter to convert a Rose C++ class to an ANSI C++ class, may display a blank dialog.

    Note: If you encounter any issues in relation to the Known Issues, listed above, please contact Rational Technical Support.

    Restrictions and guidelines (Rose Windows, only)


    This section describes noteworthy restrictions and guidelines that affect the use of IBM Rational Rose. These are not considered defects because the behavior is not expected to change in a future release.

    IMPORTANT NOTICE!! Microsoft Windows 2000 NTFS “Change Journal” defect can cause file system corruption during installation of Rational products

    Under certain circumstances, file system corruption can result from installing Rational Version 2003 and 7 products on Windows 2000 to an NTFS partition that has enabled the Windows “Change Journal” (log). This corruption is caused by a defect in Windows 2000. Before you install any Rational Version 2003 or 7 product on a computer that is running Windows 2000:



    1. Disable all virus detection software

    2. Read IBM Support Technote 1135295. Go to http://www-1.ibm.com/support/us/search/index.html and search for “Rational Installer Change Journal.”

    3. Read Microsoft Knowledge Base article 820888 at http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;[LN];820888. This article includes information about an update from Microsoft that fixes the defect.

    Microsoft .NET Framework (v.1.1 or higher) Required to Install Rational Rose Data Modeler and Rational Rose Web Modeler Add-Ins

    The Microsoft .NET Framework (v.1.1 or higher) is required to install the Rose Data Modeler and Rose Web Modeler Add-Ins. If you do not have the required .NET Framework version installed and choose to continue the installation, these Add-Ins will not be installed and previously installed versions of these add-Ins will be disabled. You can install these Add-Ins at any time after you install the .NET Framework by using the Change option of your Rose installation in the Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel.

    For additional information in relation to installing Microsoft .NET Framework, please refer to:

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/netframework/technologyinfo/howtoget/default.aspx.

    The following describes Rational Rose Enterprise Installation behavior in relation to the Rose Data Modeler and Rose Web Modeler Add-Ins.



    Rational Rose Enterprise Installation behavior in relation to the Rose Data Modeler & Rose Web Modeler Add-Ins

    Microsoft .NET Framework Availability

    Installation Results

    User Action Required

    New Installation

    .NET Framework version 1.1 or higher is installed on the same machine on which installing Rose v2003.06.13 or higher.

    Rose Data Modeler & Rose Web Modeler install correctly.

    None


    .NET Framework version 1.1 or higher is not installed on the same machine on which installing Rose v2003.06.13 or higher.

    General Install continues, however, the Rose Data Modeler & Rose Web Modeler Add-In’s will not be installed.

    These Add-Ins may be installed at any time after you install the .NET Framework by accessing them from the Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs > Change button. (Also see RATLC00247844, below)

    Upgrade Current Installation

    .NET Framework version 1.1 or higher is installed on the same machine on which installing Rose v2003.06.13 or higher.

    New v2003.06.13 or higher Rose Data Modeler & Rose Web Modeler Add-Ins install correctly and the previous versions of these Add-Ins will no longer be available.

    None


    .NET Framework version 1.1 or higher is not installed on the same machine on which installing Rose v2003.06.13 or higher.

    New v2003.06.13 or higher Rose Data Modeler & Rose Web Modeler Add-Ins do not get installed. Previous version of these Add-In’s are also deactivated.

    These Add-Ins may be installed at any time after you install the .NET Framework by accessing them from the Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs > Change button. (Also, see RATLC00247844, below)

    RATLC00247844: Installing Rational Rose products on machine that does not have .NET Framework version 1.1 or higher installed, warns that the Rose Data Modeler and Rose Web Modeler Add-Ins will not be installed although the installation incorrectly attempts to proceed with installing these Add-Ins. These Add-Ins will be listed in the Add-In Manager, however, you will be unable to activate them. These Add-Ins should be reinstalled (as described above in “User Action Required”) after installing .NET Framework 1.1 or higher.

    Rose Data Modeler Installation behavior in relation to the Rose Data Modeler & Rose Web Modeler Add-In’s

    Microsoft .NET Framework Availability

    Installation Results

    User Action Required

    New Installation

    .NET Framework version 1.1 or higher is installed on the same machine on which installing Rose v2003.06.13 or higher.

    Rose Data Modeler & Rose Web Modeler install correctly.

    None

    .NET Framework version 1.1 or higher is not installed on the same machine on which installing Rose v2003.06.13 or higher.

    Product Installation exits with error.

    Rose Data Modeler Edition may be installed at any time, after installing Microsoft .NET Framework version 1.1 or higher.

    Upgrade Installation

    .NET Framework version 1.1 or higher is installed on the same machine on which installing Rose v2003.06.13 or higher.

    New v2003.06.13 or higher Rose Data Modeler version is installed correctly and the previous version will no longer be available.

    None

    .NET Framework version 1.1 or higher is not installed on the same machine on which installing Rose v2003.06.13 or higher.

    Product installation exits with error.

    Rose Data Modeler Edition may be installed at any time, after installing Microsoft .NET Framework version 1.1 or higher.

    MEM_BAD_POINTER” Error May Occur When Installing Rose on Windows XP SP2

    This error may occur under the following conditions (#1 & #2 – English OS and #2 – Japanese OS):



    1. One or both of the boxes on the Languages tab of the Control Panel > Regional and Language Options is checked (supporting East Asian and complex script / right-to-left languages).

    2. Windows XP SP2 is installed.

    When this problem exists, Rose will also display a MEM_BAD_POINTER error when exiting Rose.

    The error may be ignored. The Installation and Rose session will run successfully.

    Note: Microsoft has provided a Hot Fix for this issue – Microsoft KB number :KB910466. It may be downloaded from: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=910466.

    There are separate fixes for the language of the Operating System. Request the fix that applies in your case (i.e. English or Japanese).


    Status of Change Requests

    Defects fixed in 7.0.0.4


    Component

    Problem ID

    Description

    Rose ANSI C++

    Rose C++


    PK51474; RATLC01210397

    Copying and pasting a class which has a relationship to itself may cause duplicate code to be generated.

    This can occur in either Rose C++ and/or ANSI C++ Add-In.



    Rose ANSI C++

    PK65980; RATLC01360291

    Errors may occur when assigning (enum and struct) stereotypes to an ANSI C++ class after generating code and then changing the package to a namespace by setting "isNamespace" to True.

    Rose ANSI C++

    RATLC01218328

    When generating code with Javadoc style comments, the closing brackets may not indent properly.

    Rose Corba

    RATLC01359345

    Rose Japanese: Rose CORBA reverse engineering comments following ‘raises’ keyword may fail.

    Rose Corba

    PK65239; RATLC01062149

    Rose Japanese: Unable to reverse engineer CORBA .idl files which include comments.

    Rose CORBA could stop reverse engineering if a comment was encountered between the parentheses at the beginning of the operation and the first operand or if comments were encountered after the operand, if the operation return type was "factory".



    Rose Corba

    RATLC01359348

    Rose Japanese: Reverse engineered CORBA IDL files may include unresolved references.

    Rose Core Rose

    PK60724; RATLC01051602

    Multiplicity on an association may be formatted and moved, however, after selecting the multiplicity and selecting the DEL key, it was no longer possible to format or move the multiplicity.

    Rose Core Rose

    PK52894; RATLC01211932

    An auto-sized class with using a DBCS font setting may not print correctly.

    A new registry setting HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Rational Software\rose\Rose\ SmallFontPrintAdjustment is available to print the smaller fonts.

    This should be set to “Yes” (“No” is default value) to print MBCS fonts in a class diagram correctly.


    Rose Core Rose

    RATLC01223632

    Request to preserve setting for charset value.

    A new registry setting HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Rational Software\rose\Rose\PreserveCharCodeSet is now available to preserve the charset of the .mdl file.

    Setting "PreserveCharCodeSet" to "Yes" will produce the following behavior:

    1. Opening a model will no longer display a Warning (Invalid charSet) if the charset value stored in the .mdl file and the system default charset code are different.

    2. Saving an opened model will not alter the previously saved charset value in *.mdl file.


    Rose Core Rose

    RATLC01354910

    Request to preserve setting for AutoSave log.

    A new registry setting HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Rational Software\rose\Rose\"LastLogAutoSave" is now available (Default value is "No") to preserve the last “AutoSave Log…” status.

    Setting “LastLogAutoSave" to “Yes” will preserve the setting of the AutoSave Log as well as the log file name in new Rose sessions.


    Rose Core Rose

    PK71827; RATLC01237168

    Some warnings did not appear in Japanese Rose.

    The following warnings will now appear indicating that the coordinate value of elements on a diagram exceeds the maximum permissible value:



    Please save the model to preserve changes.
    This model has an object that exceeds maximum allowed co-ordinate value:

    Rose Java

    PK59348; RATLC00150946

    Rose blocks reverse engineering of unsafe typecast.

    Rose Web Publisher

    PK66726; RATLC01364968

    Unable to scroll in left pane of web published HTML.

    Rose Web Publisher

    RATLC01369165

    Accessing external / secure URLs (https:\\)_in web published model could cause “File not found” error.

    Files Changed or Added by this Fix Pack


    Rose Windows Files Changed

    Location relative to $ROSE_HOME (typically, C:\Program Files\Rational\Rose on Windows)
    .\ada83\ada83addin.dll

    .\ada83\ada83res.dll

    .\ada95\ada95addin.dll

    .\ada95\ada95res.dll

    .\ada95\rose_ada95.cx

    .\ansi c++\cppcvtk2.dll

    .\ansi c++\cppcvtk2res.dll

    .\ansi c++\cppdll.dll

    .\ansi c++\cppevent.dll

    .\ansi c++\cppres.dll

    .\ansi c++\resources.dll

    .\c++\cppaddin.dll

    .\c++\cppaddinres.dll

    .\corba\corba_addin.dll

    .\corba\corba_addinres.dll

    .\datamodeler\DMNET.dll

    .\datamodeler\Resource.dll

    .\help\scripto.hlp

    .\java\rjava_addin.dll

    .\java\rjava_addinres.dll

    .\modelint.exe

    .\modelintres.dll

    .\rose.exe

    .\roseres.dll

    .\vc\dlls\rvc.dll

    .\vc\dlls\rvcapplicationstarter.dll

    .\vc\dlls\rvccompprops.dll

    .\vc\dlls\rvcvs7addin.dll

    .\version control\dlls\rsssourcectl.dll

    .\ rosewp\rosewebpub.dll

    .\ rosewp\rosewebpubres.dll

    .\rosewp\files\contents.html

    .\xml_dtd\dtd_addin.dll

    .\xml_dtd\dtd_addinres.dll



    Contacting IBM Customer Support for Rational software products


    If you have questions about installing, using, or maintaining this product, contact IBM Customer Support as follows:

    The IBM software support Internet site provides you with self-help resources and electronic problem submission. The IBM Software Support Home page for Rational products can be found at http://www.ibm.com/software/rational/support/.

    Voice Support is available to all current contract holders by dialing a telephone number in your country (where available). For specific country phone numbers, go to http://www.ibm.com/planetwide/.

    Note:


     

    When you contact IBM Customer Support, please be prepared to supply the following information:



    • Your name, company name, ICN number, telephone number, and e-mail address

    • Your operating system, version number, and any service packs or patches you have applied

    • Product name and release number

    • Your PMR number (if you are following up on a previously reported problem)

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