IBM® Rational® Rose® Enterprise provides a common modeling language for enabling faster creation of quality software
It offers a modeling environment that supports code generation from models in Ada, ANSI C++, C++, CORBA, Java™/J2EE™, Visual C++® and Visual Basic®.
* Includes Unified Modeling Language™ (UML™) support and is one of the most comprehensive products in the Rational Rose family
* Supports Analysis, ANSI C++, Rose J and Visual C++ patterns, Enterprise JavaBeans™ 2.0, and forward and/or reverse engineering for some of the most common Java 1.5 constructs
* Offers code quality analysis abilities and code generation, with configurable model-to-code synchronization capabilities, as well as more granular management and use of models with the separately controllable model components feature
* Integrates with other IBM Rational lifecycle development tools as well as any SCC-compliant version control system, including IBM Rational ClearCase®
* Includes a Web Modeling Add-In, which provides visualization, modeling and tools for developing Web applications
* • Provides UML modeling for database designs, with the ability to represent the integration of data and application requirements through logical and physical designs
* Creates XML document type definitions (DTD) for use in your application
* Operating systems supported: Windows
Operating Systems: Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows NT 4.0 - Service Pack 6, Windows 2000 - Service Pack 1, Windows XP Professional, Windows XP
Hardware Requirements: Pentium-based 300 MHz minimum, 600 MHz recommended, PC-compatible computer system
128 MB memory minimum, 256 MB memory recommended
Note: Memory requirements increase with the size of the Rose model.
500 MB disk space (230 to run Rose, 270 to download/install)
1) Run the setup, and choose install before licensing.
2) Put rational_server_perm.dat in C:\Program Files\Rational\Common (or wherever you installed)
NOTE: On some machines, the installer wouldn't copy "suite objects.dll" and licensing.dll"
If this happened to you, copy those files manually to your Windows System directory.