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Are you looking for meaning to smooth, clean, lightweight installation of a software? In recent days Oslo May CTP is one of them!

It’s cleaner than the cleanest. I just downloaded it and installed on my vista business machine.

Now you can customize the installation.

The tools (iPad and Quadrant (Yes! Quadrant is available to play now)) are more self-contained and intuitive! I am liking it and going to explore it for next couple of months!

Here are the installation screens…which is much self explanatory!

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When I opened, quadrant (below 2 screen shots) I got the runtime error, which you could see behind Database Session Table! This happened because, it didn’t recognize my instance name. I had to manually edit DatabaseSessions and it worked like champ. It’s clearly a way to play with your MODELS!!!

In the next screenshot you can observe that!

Welcome to the Modeling world!

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That's it, the modeling journey begins NOW!

Posted on Tuesday, May 26, 2009 11:54 PM Oslo | Back to top


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