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Add an option to the xmi importer to force creation of BaseProfile and UML Primitive Types
When importing an XMI file that represents a profile which does not contain a stereotype that makes use of the possibilities offered by the "ProfileBase" profile, "ProfileBase" isn't added to the list of its applies profiles.Similarly, when import...
When creating a table in a RichText enabled field of RSA (for instance under the Documentation tab in the properties view), the table comes with a global border, and each single cell is also bordered. This gives the confusing impression that every...
RSA DAP: Realization links between conceptual and physical units not checking customized attributes
When you create realization links between conceptual and physical units, the realization link is meant to check that the values defined in the physical unit matches the values defined in the conceptual unit. However, it is only checking the prede...
RSA DAP RAM Plug-in: When publishing a new asset using asset management perspective in RSA dependent assets are not picked up
When publishing a new asset using asset management perspective in RSA dependent assets are not picked up. It should be transparent that any topologies that are imported to the to-be-published topology is automatically configured with a Topology de...
RSA DAP: Work practice document: DP&A > Source Control > Rational Asset Manager
Today, the user can have unexpected results when working in RSA DP&A with source control and Rational Asset Manager since there are no documented guidelines for working with both systems together. Specifically, work practices and subsequent p...
In Deployment Planning, a validator should be available for IP Ports to verify uniqueness across all units configuring ports in the scope of an operating environment.For example, the TCP Listener for MQ must determine an IP port for a given IP Add...
RSA DAP: Constraints not well defined for MQ and Broker Deployment Planning units
Feature implementation request and supplemented documentation to be produced for RSA gaps found during testing: * Queues/channels - need constraints added to ensure cluster and cluster namelist do not appear together * All channels - connection na...
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