Often, a Rhapsody team may choose to get a toolsmith on board to extract the best power with the least effort from what is probably the most configurable UML tool of them all. Although Rhapsody is natively and C++ application, plug-ins for Rhapsody make use a Java API. It's not always the case, however, that the toolsmith is a software engineer by trade and hence just a little foundation knowledge can go a long way. I found this article that helps explain a bit of foundation knolwedge wrt Java and JDKs. It's quite well written I thought and hence thought I'd share the link: Java Versions and Features (marcobehler.com)
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Wednesday, 12 October 2022
Java Versions and Features link
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