Contains the complete installation of DaVinci Developer 4.4.27 (SP1). For the operation a license of version 4.4 or higher is necessary. In case an according license is already activated on your PC no further renewal of this activation is necessary. This release is only relevant for AUTOSAR 4. AUTOSAR 3 is supported by DaVinci Developer Version 3.7 or previous releases.
This release will upgrade existing DaVinci DEV 3.x workspaces to a newer format. For creating/updating projects with DaVinci Configurator, the latest service pack of the according DaVinci Configurator 5 version is required. DaVinci Developer 4.4 SP1 is only available as a 64-bit executable, i.e. Windows 32-bit is no longer supported.
With Service Pack 1 (Update to 4.4.27 SP1), the following changes become effective:
Project update failed due to duplicate package names, which only differ in character case
Setting a timeout for a port access of category Operation Invocation had no effect
Wrong popup menu text was shown when searching for unused service ports
Elements were missing when importing a file and selective import was set to 'communication only'
Background Trigger without short name caused an invalid ARXML file on export
Calibration Access 'NotSpecified' was shown as 'NotAccessible'
Adapt connected Port-Prototypes didn't work for a delegation connector within a composition Component-Type
Leaving the 'Select Objects...' dialog with 'Cancel' caused an exception in the Multi-Edit dialog
UnauthorizedAccessException was thrown when trying to close a modified workspace with save
Data mapping's variant assignment was removed during arxml import
ReceiverComSpec wasn't updated when changing the 'Uses End-To-End Protection' value on the SenderComSpec
Error message was shown when changing values in a Multi-Edit dialog combobox based on different EnumTypes
Changing the 'MdSwAckTimeout' value in the Multi-Edit dialog had no effect
Changing properties of an Inter-Runnable Variable took several minutes
Check message #40248 "Multiple usage of the same name within a package" showed names in uppercase instead of the actual character case