SDL-News: URN tool: jUCMNav 4.0.0 now available!

Subject: SDL-News: URN tool: jUCMNav 4.0.0 now available!
From: Daniel Amyot (
Date: Wed Oct 07 2009 - 12:38:03 GMT

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jUCMNav 4.0.0 is now available!

jUCMNav is an Eclipse-based graphical editor and an analysis and transformation tool for the User Requirements Notation (URN). URN is intended for the elicitation, analysis, specification, and validation of requirements. URN combines two complementary views: one for goals provided by the Goal-oriented Requirement Language (GRL) and one for scenarios provided by the Use Case Map (UCM) notation.

Information and download:

This major release contains tons of usability enhancements and fixes.

Enhancements / Fixes since 3.2.1

Bug Description
553 Deleting a map whose start point is referenced in a scenario definition causes saving the file to complain.
654 Change enumeration type problem
665 Clicking on a label should edit it even when a palette item is selected
348 Description property should be a multiline textbox
684 Move map when dragging from outline
389 Undo-redo in element view
693 Could not add timeout-path to connected timer
694 Bug with shared UCM/GRL variables when GRL was not initialized
583 Duplicate strategy now works for pre-3.1.0 .jucm files
687 Improved feedback in GRL strategies
664 Default contribution value should be Help
636 Now able to drag-and-drop a direction arrow on an empty point
various Bugs with deletion, unit test fixes, etc.

Feedback and contributions are always much appreciated!


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