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Grandite has expanded its support for NoSQL databases by adding features for the design and generation of the
graph database Neo4j to its SILVERRUN suite for data and process modeling.

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New Features in RDM Professional & Enterprise Series 2.8 (2.8.0)

Exchange with SILVERRUN ModelSphere

  • It is now possible to bi-directionally exchange relational data models with SILVERRUN ModelSphere

Target Systems

  • With SILVERRUN-RDM 2.8 Data Types are supported for the following databases:
    • Teradata 4.1
    • MS Access 2000

Coded Names

  • When generating coded names SILVERRUN-RDM 2.8 now supports composed expressions in the coded name dictionary.

Synchronization

  • Temporary tables and columns are synchronized optionally.

Reports

  • In the Design Document report column actions are now listed in alphabetical order.

New Interface SILVERRUN-RDM for TERADATA

  • Extended forward and reverse engineering of Teradata 4.1 is offered for
    • Tables
    • Views
    • Columns (names, types and default values)
    • Primary, Unique and Foreign Keys
    • Indexes
    • Table check constraints

Interface SILVERRUN-RDM for ORACLE

  • The action "ON DELETE SET NULL" has been added to the action value list for Foreign Keys, i.e. RDM supports the integrity rule that the value of the foreign key is set NULL if the reference is deleted in the parent table.





New Features in BPM Professional & Enterprise Series 2.8 (2.8.0)

Target Systems

  • With SILVERRUN-BPM 2.8 Data Types are supported for the following databases:
    • Teradata 4.1
    • MS Access 2000

Coded Names

  • When generating coded names SILVERRUN-BPM 2.8 now supports composed expressions in the coded name dictionary.


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