Visual modeling capabilities for UNIX and Linux platforms

IBM® Rational Rose® Developer for UNIX® provides a set of model-driven capabilities for developing software applications on UNIX and Linux® platforms. The solution is based on the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and includes code-generation support for models implemented in Java, C++ and CORBA.

Rational Rose Developer for UNIX offers visual modeling capabilities for architects who need to create platform-independent designs.

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Visual modeling capabilities for UNIX and Linux platforms

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System requirements

Specifications are for IBM Rational Rose products v7.0


Operating SystemSoftwareHardware
Linux, UNIX Rational Rose Developer for UNIX/Linux v7.0

• Solaris 7, 8, 9 & 10

• Linux RedHat 8.0, 9.0

• Enterprise 3.0, 4 & SuSE 9
PROCESSOR:

• Minimum: 450MHz PII

• Recommended: 700MHz

AVAILABLE RAM:

• Minimum: 256MB

• Recommended: 512MB

AVAILABLE DISK SPACE:

• Minimum: 400MB (product image) + 50MB (workspace)

• Recommended overall: 2GB
Windows IBM Rational Rose v7.0 products

CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT:

• Rational ClearCase v7.0

• Rational ClearCase LT v7.0

EJB AND WEB MODELING AND DEPLOYMENT PLATFORMS:

• BEA WebLogic 5.1, 6.0,6.1, 7.0

• IBM WebSphere 3.5, 4.0, 5.0

• Sun J2EE Reference Implementation 1.2

• Borland App Server 4.5

• Borland Enterprise Server 5.x
PROCESSOR:

• Minimum: 450MHz PII

• Recommended: 700MHz

AVAILABLE RAM:

• Minimum: 256MB

• Recommended: 512MB

AVAILABLE DISK SPACE:

• Minimum: 400MB (product image) + 50MB (workspace)

• Recommended overall: 2GB
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