Download TeamFlow 9 Service Pack 2
You must be running Windows NT 4, Windows 2000, or Windows XP.
TeamFlow System Requirements
This package is made available at no charge to registered users of TeamFlow Version 9.
If you do not already have Version 9 installed, do not download this package -
it will not run without the rest of the Version 9 installation already in place.
DO NOT download this Service Pack if you are running TeamFlow Version 8 or earlier.
You will be left with an unusable copy of TeamFlow.
Link 9124 is TeamFlow Version 9 Service Pack 2.
This maintenance release includes all fixes which were included in Service Pack 1.
You may install Service Pack 2 over the original Version 9 release or over Service Pack 1.
TeamFlow 9 Service Pack 2 addresses the following issues:
New Features Added:
This Service Pack introduces a previously-undocumented feature which allows you to specify the color of arrows on the
critical path, defined as the path of zero total float. This feature is available by clicking the
Color button on the Schedule tab of the Preferences window.
This Service Pack introduces a previously-undocumented feature which allows you to Zoom the image in the Viewer.
To access this feature, click the View button at the top of the Viewer window in your web browser
and select the desired scale from the pop-up window.
The scale selected here has no effect on the scale chosen when printing the deployment flowchart.
This Service Pack brings TeamFlow 9 to a level of compatability with TeamFlow MP 9.1.
TML files written by TeamFlow 9 SP 1 or later will be readable by TeamFlow MP 9.1.
Minor incompatabilities in how the two underlying systems treat Fonts will influence the precise compatability.
TML files written by TeamFlow MP 9.1 will not contain features unsupported in that program,
most notably Cost/Schedule information. While we expect future releases of both products to be more and more
compatable, no guarantee of such performance is assured, nor is any schedule of such performance implied.
This Service Pack contains logic to detect duplicate IDs assigned to team members and process elements.
This condition can be caused by having the same TeamFlow Serial Number installed on multiple computers in violation of your License.
This service pack does not fix this problem; it only detects the problem and warns you the problem exists.
Previous versions would abnormally terminate under such circumstance.
This Service Pack fixes a problem where if you delete all process elements from a detail-level worksheet and then,
without Saving the model, move up to the summary-level worksheet, the process element whose detail-level worksheet is now empty
is improperly drawn with the "stack-of-cards" drop shadow.
This Service Pack fixes a problem where under unusual circumstances TeamFlow abnormally terminates when trying to attach a document using the Documents tab
of the Process Element Information window.
This Service Pack fixes a problem where under unusual circumstances TeamFlow abnormally terminates when closing the Process Element Information window.
This Service Pack fixes a problem where under unusual circumstances TeamFlow abnormally terminates when adding
the first document to a process element from the Documents tab of the Process Element Information window.
This Service Pack fixes a problem which prohibited you from changing the Type of a process element from one of the
standard types (Task, Meeting, Report, Decision, or Milestone) to another standard type. Extended types were not affected.
This Service Pack corrects the appearance of the Windows title bar under circumstances where no worksheet title has been assigned
or where the worksheet title spans multiple lines.
This Service Pack has changed the method of controlling placement of the Process Element Information window
so it behaves more like it did in Version 8. Specifically the window, when it is open, is always on top of the TeamView
worksheet, but is not on top of other windows.
This Service Pack fixes a problem where the Calendar window could open under the Process Element Information window.
Service Pack 1 fixed a problem where under Windows XP the Viewer could not access its Help pages unless the JAR file
and the HTML file were in the same directory. This fix requires that you replace the JAR file with the one provided
herein, and recreate all HTML files using Service Pack 1 or later. Your TML files are OK.
If you have previously installed Service Pack 1 you do not need to repeat this procedure.