Plena – Known Issues

Issues can be reported on discord, by mail, or via the website https://www.teec2.nl/bugreport/

Known Issues – Plena 20.02.25

Generic
  • SQL Databases cause issues with loading. This can lead to diagrams to being incorrectly generated or not generated.
TPD
  • (License Basic/Registered) Generating the diagram again when it already exist can lead to the same TPSK being made multiple times.
PSD
  • Generating the diagram again will recreate the initiator, resulting in multiple elements stacked on top of each other.

This is a list of known issues to Plena, version 3.7.58 (15-dec-2017).

Generic

  • Validation only works with basic validation rules. These rules will be published when added.
  • Quicklink principle of EA is not yet implemented.

PSD

  • Pressing cancel while creating a call link does not cancel the creation but leaves a connection without meaning.

ARS

  • The visualisation of the ARS is in CONCEPT. We need to finish this in the coming months.

OFD

  • Not all possibilities on relationships are already present.

This is a list of known issues to Plena, version 3.7.47.

Generic

  • Validation only works with basic validation rules. These rules will be published when added.
  • Quicklink principle of EA is not yet implemented.
  • The wizard of EA does not work for DEMO models.
    • Workaround:
    • Create a view.
    • On model right-click, Add – Add View…  Simple View.
    • In this view a new diagram can be created.
    • On the view right-click, Add diagram… then choose within DEMO an OCD.

OCD

  • Connectors are not always saved in the way you draw them initially.

PSD

  • Pressing cancel while creating a call link does not cancel the creation but leaves a connection without meaning.

ARS

  • The visualisation of the ARS is in CONCEPT. We need to finish this in the coming months.
  • The shape of the transaction step in the ARS is the same as in the TPD. This should be just square.

OFD

  • Not all possibilities on relationships are already present.
  • The links are sorted alphabetically instead of logically