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Where can I download Dezyne?

On the Download page you can download an archive file for each supported platform, i.e. Windows, Linux and MacOS. Once unpacked you can start using Dezyne by running the Dezyne executable.

On the same page you will find instructions/guidelines on how to Install and use the Dezyne command-line client and on how to Use Dezyne as plugin in Eclipse.

What do I get when I download Dezyne?

Once you have unpacked the downloaded archive on your system you get the following:

  • a minimal Eclipse installation with all plugins required to run Dezyne

  • an executable to start Dezyne

Once you start Dezyne and authenticate as Dezyne user you will get the following also:

  • the Dezyne command line client, a.k.a. dzn

  • a daemon, a.k.a. dzn-daemon, required to be able to access the Dezyne services

Can I install and use Dezyne in an existing IDE?

Yes. Please read and follow the steps to Use Dezyne as plugin in Eclipse.

Can I use Dezyne in a nightly build?

Licensing

What means ‘free’ in ‘free Dezyne’?

Dezyne is freely available for non-commercial use to anyone prepared to register as a Dezyne user.

The free version of Dezyne may not be used for any type of commercial activity.

Under the free use licence agreement any models you build or code you generate is treated as Open Source and Verum reserves the right to freely publish them.

By installing the free version of Dezyne you are explicitly agreeing to these terms.

See the free use licence agreement for more details.

What if I want to make commercial use of Dezyne?

There is a free 30-day evaluation version of Dezyne you can start with. This version is without the restrictions of the free Dezyne.

Registration

Who can register as Dezyne user?

Every developer, engineer, or architect who likes and wants to develop trustworthy software.

Are you interested?

Click here to register.

How does registration work?

In order to register you only have to provide a valid email address and you have to confirm your registration request.

Please click here if you decided to register as Dezyne user.

What should/can I do after registration?

After you confirmed your registration request and you received your password you can/should do one of the following (or both):

Please Log in first and refresh this page to be able to change your password.

Installation

How do I 'install' Dezyne?

After you downloaded the archive file for your platform of choice from the Download page, unpack the archive and start using Dezyne by running the Dezyne executable.

Once you have unpacked the downloaded archive on your system you get the following:

  • a minimal Eclipse installation with all plugins required to run Dezyne

  • an executable to start Dezyne

Once you start Dezyne and authenticate as Dezyne user you will get the following also:

  • the Dezyne command line client, a.k.a. dzn

  • a daemon, a.k.a. dzn-daemon, required to be able to access the Dezyne services

For more installation tips please read the following Installation tips.

How do I fix a broken installation or update?

If you experience (installation related) errors during the startup of Dezyne please follow these steps:

  1. Stop/Exit Dezyne

  2. End all (possibly hanging) Dezyne related tasks/processes

    • on Windows: end all 'node.exe' tasks using 'End Task' in the Task Manager

    • on Linux and MacOS: run 'killall node' command in a Terminal

  3. Remove previous Nodejs (with npm), dzn and dzn_daemon installations

    • on Windows: remove the 'node-v6.10.1-win-x64' folder in 'C:Userswindows_user'

    • on Linux and MacOS: remove '~/.npm'

  4. Start Dezyne (and follow all required steps to install Nodejs and dzn, the Dezyne command line client)

the dzn_daemon will be automatically installed as a first step after dzn is installed (i.e. you do not have to do anything special, just wait until installation completes)

On which OS platform can I install/run Dezyne?

Dezyne installation and usage is tested before release on various 64 bits Windows distributions (for example, Windows 7 and Windows 10), 64 bits Linux distributions (for example, Ubuntu 15.04 and CentOS 6.8) and MacOS distributions.

For more installation tips please read the following Installation tips.

Issue reporting

Dezyne related issues, like problem reports and change requests, are submitted via the Customer Service Request Portal.

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When logged in, click here to access Verum’s Customer Service Request Portal.

How can I check the status of my issues?

Via your user profile page on this website you have access to an overview of the issues reported by you, while via Verum’s Customer Service Portal you can check in detail each issue reported by you and/or reported by your colleagues.

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When logged in, click here to access your user profile and/or click here to access Verum’s Customer Service Request Portal.

How can I follow up on an issue?

You can follow up on issues reported by you using the Customer Service Request Portal.

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