Nouvelle CTP de Rosario disponible


Une nouvelle CTP (Customer Technology Preview) de Rosario est disponible en téléchargement. Voici le lien. C'est donc la troisème CTP de Rosario proposé en téléchargement.


Ces pré-versions de nos produits nous permettent de faire valider des scénarios d'utilisation par les clients. Un site permet de donner ses impressions, de soumettre des anomalies.


Voici un extrait des fonctionnalités d'après le post de Jeff Beehler. Certaines fonctionnalités sont prometteuses. On aura l'occasion de revenir dessus.


Architecture Edition



  • Exploring the existing code structure

  • Designing process flow as activities

  • Designing user interactions with systems

  • Designing system functionality as components

  • Visualizing and designing types in systems

  • Visualizing and designing interaction sequences in systems

Development Edition



  • Simplify Code Analysis rule selection with rule sets

  • Find and fix a bug using the historical debugger

  • Identify the test impact of code changes

  • Find a bug on a separate machine using the standalone debugger

Database Edition



  • Building and using an off-line representation of your operational database as a “sandbox” development environment.

  • Using Data Generation to custom-build data for testing your database application.

  • Making and unit-testing schema and code changes in an off-line environment.

  • Performing static code analysis of your programmability objects.

Test Edition



  • Planning a testing effort

  • Executing manual test cases

  • Verify the fix

  • Automate a manual test and add validation.

Team Foundation Server



  • Managing an Agile schedule

  • Easier reporting from Excel

  • Managing features with the CMMI Process

  • A new Add Files to Source Control wizard and support for drag and drop from Windows Explorer to Source Control Explorer

  • An enhanced, non-modal conflict resolution experience, integrated into the pending changes tool window

  • A new history view that shows labels applied to a file as well as how changes were merged across branches

  • A new automated build system built on Windows Workflow Foundation, featuring dynamic build machine allocation from a machine pool and distributed build functionality

  • Rollback for a check in (currently only available at the command line)

  • Many Source Control Explorer usability enhancements

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