Sybase Powerdesigner For Mac

Sybase powerdesigner for mac os
  1. Sybase Powerdesigner For Mac Osx
  2. Sybase Powerdesigner

Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) 12.5.1 on the Mac OS X platform, is designed to support the demanding requirements of transaction-intensive, mission-critical OLTP and decision support. Sybase power designer free download - Power Website Builder, Roof Designer, PC Wizard 2013, and many more programs. PowerDesigner helps you manage complex information architectures and visualize the potential impact of new technologies—before you implement them. Its best-in-class data modeling tools empower you build a blueprint of your current enterprise architecture and visualize the impact of.

You can install 32-bit or 64-bit PowerDesigner directly on individual client machines, including as a plugin for Eclipse. You can also perform a mass silent installation or an administrative installation to a network server.

Note: You should obtain a license key (see Obtaining a License) and, if appropriate, install and configure your license server (see Installing a License Server) before beginning.
Sybase powerdesigner for mac high sierraPowerDesigner has the following minimum system requirements:SybaseSybase powerdesignerSybase powerdesigner for mac osx
  • Microsoft Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 or Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (32-bit or 64-bit)

  • 2 GHz processor

  • 3 GB RAM

  • SVGA or higher-resolution graphics adapter and compatible color monitor (800x600)

  • CD-ROM drive

  • 1GB disk space for installation of all the core modules (and demonstration videos).

For information about the frameworks and libraries and frameworks required by PowerDesigner, see PowerDesigner Dependencies.

Sybase Powerdesigner For Mac Osx

Note: Non-Administrator users may receive a warning message during installation as setup requires write access on certain directories and on the registry that they may not have. Setup can go on despite this message.

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  1. Navigate to and double-click Autorun.exe in your PowerDesigner software download or DVD to launch the installer. Click Install PowerDesigner 16.5 SP02 (32-bit) or Install PowerDesigner 16.5 SP02 (64-bit) to open the welcome page, and then click Next to go to the license selection page.
    Note: 32-bit PowerDesigner and 64-bit PowerDesigner cannot coexist on a single machine. When installing 64-bit PowerDesigner on a machine where a 32-bit PowerDesigner client is already installed (or vice versa), you are required to approve the uninstallation of the previous client before setup can continue.
  2. Select one of the following license types:
    • Trial version – is a full-featured version, valid for an evaluation period of 15 days, that allows you to perform any design task. Contact Sybase if you require a limited extension.

    • Local standalone license – is installed on and locked to a particular machine. Click Next to go to the license key page, where you must load a valid license file (see Obtaining a License).

    • Served standalone license – is provided by one or more SySAM license servers, and is locked to a particular machine. Click Next to go to the license server page, where you must enter the name of your license server.

    • Served floating license – is provided by one or more SySAM license servers, which manage the allocation and recuperation of licenses among a pool of users. Click Next to go to the license server page, where you must enter the name of your license server.

    For more information about PowerDesigner licensing, see Core Features Guide > Modeling with PowerDesigner > Getting Started with PowerDesigner > License Management.

  3. [for served licenses] Click Next to go to the package selection page, where you can select which package to install. The list displays all the packages that are available on the server but it does not necessarily reflect the current availability of a license for a particular package.
  4. Click Next to go to the license agreement page. Select the location where you are installing the software, read the License Agreement, and then click the I Agree radio button to accept its terms. If you click I Do Not Agree, you cannot proceed further.
    Note: You can print the License Agreement from the SetupLicenses directory on the product CD.
  5. Click Next to go to the directory selection page. Accept the default installation directory or choose another by clicking the Browse button.

    We recommend that you do not install a new major version of PowerDesigner in a directory that holds a previous version.

  6. Click Next to go to the component selection page, which lists the products and features that are available to install. Each node can be expanded in order to let you select or deselect sub-features:

    • The PowerDesigner plugin for Eclipse is available for Eclipse v3.2 to v4.3. For more information, see Core Features Guide > Modeling with PowerDesigner > The PowerDesigner Plugin for Eclipse.

    • The SQL Anywhere drivers provide connectivity to a repository installed on SQL Anywhere, which is bundled with PowerDesigner (see Installing and Authenticating SQL Anywhere).

    Select or clear check boxes as necessary, and then click Next.

  7. If you selected the Eclipse plug-in in the list of components, the Eclipse directory selection page is displayed. Click the Browse button to specify a directory containing a valid Eclipse installation.
    Note: If you had manually installed the Eclipse plug-in in PowerDesigner version 10 or 11 and want to upgrade to version 16.x you have to remove the plug-in manually. To do so, open the Eclipse directory, and remove any PowerDesigner-related folder under the configuration, features, and workspace.metadata.plugins folders.
  8. Click Next to go to the user profiles page. Select the user profiles that you want to apply immediately to your installation.

    Note that whatever you select on this page, all the profiles will be installed and you can apply any profiles after installation. If you select two or more contradictory profiles (for example, E/R Notation and Barker Notation, in the CDM category), the one that appears last in the list will be applied:

    For more information about user profiles, including how to make your own profiles available to the installer, see Core Features Guide > Modeling with PowerDesigner > Customizing Your Modeling Environment > User Profiles.

  9. Click Next to go to the program folders page. You can select to make PowerDesigner available from the default folder or select or create another.
  10. Click Next to go to the current settings page, which lists all your selections. Select the Keep PowerDesigner Settings check box to retain any settings from a previous version of PowerDesigner.
    Note: For new major versions, even if you select to retain settings from a previous version, resource file named paths (such as _DBMS) pointing inside the Resource Files directory inside the PowerDesigner installation will be updated to point to the new installation directory in order for you to benefit from bug fixes and other improvements. If you have defined additional paths for populating your resource file lists, these will not be affected.

  11. Click Next to begin the install. Setup begins copying files to the destination directory.
  12. Wait for the setup to complete, and then click Finish to exit the wizard. Depending on your working environment, you may be prompted to reboot your machine.
    Note: The Readme.html file, which contains important release information, is available in the root of your installation directory.