Cameo Systems Modeler 18.5 Documentation

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Released on: August 18, 2017

In this release, some critical program issues (starting or causing unexpected behavior of the program) have been fixed. There are also many enhancements and fixes related to model consistency, customization, validation and collaborative work.  Download it today at, or contact your sales representative, and don't forget to give us your feedback on Twitter or Facebook. Please check the latest documentation and additional resources.

Key Issues Fixed in this Service Pack

Modeling related issues

  • Fixed the issue in the Activity Diagram where several Output Pins to call a Behavior are created instead of one.
  • You can select properties of a custom type element to display as columns of the Generic table. 
  • Users are warned about the limitation of reversing the flow direction if the flow source and target are the same elements.
  • In tables, you can simply select a cell when pasting a group of words, instead of pasting a cursor in it.
  • The size of Requirement shapes no longer changes to default if you align the Requirement diagram in the Grid Layout type and set the Make Preferred Size option to false.
  • Eliminated he ability to add  Entry/Exit Point to State or Transition. To meet UML specification, you can add an Entry/Exit Point to the Composite or Orthogonal State. 
  • Fixed the issue related to losing the Sync Element property value after converting an Input Pin to a Value Pin in the Activity Diagram.
  • In Object Diagram, you can assign several classifier types to one Instance Specification.

DSL related issues

  • Evaluating expressions in JRuby language: a parameter THIS is always available.
  • Derived properties defined as an Integer type: the Long type value returned by the JRuby script of the derived property expression is converted to Integer.
  • Automatic numbering of custom elements: the continuity of unique IDs for every new instance of the custom element is correct in all numbering schemes.

Collaboration related issues

  • Enhanced performance of updating Used Projects by optimizing diagram-related operations.
  • Connectors can no longer be locked without their classifiers while mapping port types. This prevents automatically locking irrelevant connectors.
  • Fixed displaying dates of the Norwegian, Bokmal (Norway) format in server project dialogs.
  • Updated the locking mechanism to prevent lock-stealing related issues after saving a model containing locked elements as an offline project. 
  • Fixed the issue related to opening a server project after it was saved and edited offline and thus treating it as outdated.
  • Added the progress bar to show indexing progress when importing a server project with a deep hierarchical structure to the DataHub.
  • Fixed issue with potentially failing commits after changing package permissions.

Model validation issues

  • Updated the No Type for Parameter UML completeness validation rule. 
  • Fixed the spell check issue for validating tagged values.
  • Enhanced validation rules to detect issues related to invalid item flow direction.
  • The validation doesn't fail for the Connector between properties typed by Component or Class because nested property path is now calculated for them.

Other issues

  • Full element names (without ellipsis) are visible in the column names while printing matrices in PDF. The issue appeared depending on the screen resolution. Now it is solved.
  • You can generate an html report from thousands of files with the Web Publisher 2.0 template from the command line.
  • Z ordering of dialog windows issues are fixed in the native full screen mode in Mac OS X.
  • The SysMLProfile class in OpenAPI now matches the SysMLprofile.mdzip URI.

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Fixes in servers and plugins

Plugins updated due to compatibility purposes

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