It should be winter… but it’s not. At least not where I live ( on 52ºN an 7ºE ) But luckily, I can travel sometimes. I had to be in Munich briefly, just before Christmas. (Thanks for the invite, Franky!)
From the plane, I could already see the snow. I’m afraid that will be all the snow I see this winter.
I had a great steak at “El Gaucho”, recommended!
IBM Engineering Systems Design Rhapsody 9.0.1 SR1 iFix004 is now available for download. This iFix addresses several issues, including:
- OSLC links to requirements are lost if .rpyx is reloaded.
- INCONSISTENT BEHAVIOR OF FLOWS BETWEEN PORTS ON BDD / IBDS
- RHAPSODY CRASHES WHEN CHANGING AN ELEMENT BETWEEN TWO NEW TERM ELEMENTS.
To apply this iFix, please ensure that the system environment variable by the name TELELOGIC_LICENSE_FILE exists and points to the location of a valid license server or file. The installation process requires administrator privileges and will replace the existing log4j.properties file with a new log4j2.xml file. We recommend taking a backup of your log4j.properties files prior to installation.
This iFix can be installed using MSI installation for the 64-bit version of Rhapsody on Windows. If you have previously installed IBM Engineering Systems Design Rhapsody 9.0.1 iFix001, iFix002, or iFix003, you will need to first uninstall Rhapsody before installing this iFix.
After installation, users can take advantage of the integration with Engineering Workflow Management (EWM) or Rhapsody Model Manager (RMM) by installing the new integration plug-ins located in the <Rhapsody installation directory>\EWMIntegration folder.
We recommend all users to download and install this iFix to ensure optimal performance and stability of IBM Engineering Systems Design Rhapsody.
You can download the iFix from our download portal ( You need a valid login code which you get when you have a valid support contract )
Nex release will be 9.0.2; we are already working on that. And we are working on the next major version with a completely revised GUI!
Hard Rock Cafe
I noticed that there was an HRC shop on the airport!
Happy modeling with Rhapsody!