Project administration now allows creation of Resource Attributes. These Attributes can already be attached to Reviews,
Comments and Findings.
Resource Attributes' type can be Integer, Text, Html Text, Boolean, Date, Single-valued Enumeration, Multi-valued Enumeration. Enumerations are made of Allowed values. Allowed values have a title as well as an icon. It's possible to set a default value for each Attribute. Attributes can then attached to an rdf type amongst Review, Comment and Finding, and organized in a specific order.
Attributes can also be shared across the traceability model within the Component template.
When creating a review, you are now required to fill in a key. This key is a custom identifier for the review. It's only unique within the scope of a project.
Comment and Finding Labels
Comment and finding labels are user-friendly identifiers within the scope of a project. They are built using the key of the review that they belong to, followed by an integer increment on each comment / finding within this review.
Word annotations highlight
When a comment is selected in a Word design, you can see the corresponding annotation in orange so you know precisely what this is about.
Capella requirements publication
The Capella publisher now supports the publication of Capella's requirement artifacts, as provided by the standard Capella extension.
Previews and JAS
When Jazz is set up with JAS, Jazz won't be able to retrieve SECollab previews. When trying to connect to see the preview, the browser will mention an invalid response.
On Enterprise Architect diagrams publication, if the element the most on the top and/or the most on the left of the diagram is a label, there may be an offset between the clickable areas and the picture of the diagram.
There is no specific action to take upon migrating from version 3.x.x. Simply follow the Updating SECollab guidelines.