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Genome Visual Studio 2017 Integration Update v1.0 release - Friday, April 07, 2017
Starting with Visual Studio 2017 the Genome Visual Studio integration is distributed as separate Visual Studio Extension. The extension can be downloaded from the professional and express download sections. The v1.0 version includes support for Data Domain Schema projects (mapping project, mapping files). Support for Genome Messaging Extension (WOPii) will be included in the next version.  
Genome v4.2 SP10 released - Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Genome v4.2.11 provides fixes for the integration to Microsoft Visual Studio 2015. With the update DataDomain schema projects can be compiled to .NET 4.6.1 and .NET 4.6.2 as well. The service pack contains a few minor fixes in the Sqlite provider and in the runtime too.  
Genome v4.2 SP9 released - Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Genome v4.2.10 provides integration to Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 with the same functionality as for VS2013. Also with this update the DataDomain schema projects can be compiled to .NET 4.5.2 and .NET 4.6 too. The service pack adds support for PostgreSql database and contains a few minor fixes in the runtime too.  
Genome 4.2 SP8 supports VS2013 and .NET 4.5 - Thursday, October 24, 2013
Genome v4.2.9 provides integration to Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 with the same functionality as for VS2010 and VS2012. Also with this update the DataDomain schema projects can be compiled to .NET 4.5 and .NET 4.5.1 too. The service pack contains a few minor fixes in the runtime too.  
Genome 4.2 SP7 released - Wednesday, May 01, 2013
With a few fixes and a small feature!  
Genome 4.2 SP6 supports VS2012 RTM - Friday, August 24, 2012
Genome v4.2.7 provides integration to Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 RTM with the same functionality as for VS2010. This release contains only this tool enhancement and no change in the runtime.  
Genome 4.2 SP5 with VS2012 RC support - Friday, June 29, 2012
Genome v4.2.6 provides integration to Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 RC with the same functionality as for VS2010. This release contains only this tool enhancement and no change in the runtime.

Important note: Visual Studio 2012 RC comes with a change in the MsBuild system, that causes the Genome builds fail (in VS2012 and also in VS2010) with the following error:
error MSB4185: The function "CurrentUICulture" on type "System.Globalization.CultureInfo" has not been enabled for execution.

This problem will be fixed my Microsoft in VS2012 RTM. In the meanwhile you have to set the environment variable “MSBUILDENABLEALLPROPERTYFUNCTIONS” to “1”. (You might need to restart Visual Studio).
 

Genome 4.2 SP2 (v4.2.3) released - Oct 29, 2010
With many fixes and small features!   read more...
Genome 4.2 released - Feb 10, 2010
Supports now Visual Studio 2010!   read more...
Updated roadmap - Dec 22, 2009
learn more about the upcoming Genome v4.2 release   read more...
Genome 4.1 released - Mar 31, 2009
Read more about what's new in this release.   read more...
New Product Video released - Jan 16, 2009
Get a quick overview of Genome v4.   read more...
 
         
     
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My evaluation period has expired but I’m not finished evaluating. How can I extend my evaluation?
You can request an extension of your evaluation time using the dialog that appears when you try to use Genome after the evaluation period has expired: simply run DDSC (i.e. build a Genome DataDomain Schema Project). DDSC will write out an error message with a link to our website, where you can then apply for an evaluation extension. The link will also transfer some information about the evaluation license you'd like to extend, so it is important that you use this link.

You can find this link in the "Build Output Window", which can be displayed as follows: Select View - Output in the menu. An output window should appear, with a combo box labeled "Show output from:" Select "Build" (note: this selection becomes available only after trying to build a solution!).

Who needs to be licensed?
Any developer working with Genome who executes ddsc.exe (Genome's schema assembly compiler) requires a license. Developers who only work with the binaries of business layers, mapping assemblies and Genome's API without calling ddsc.exe do not need licenses.

What does my license cover?
Your license grants you one year of online access to the Genome installation packages of the edition you have purchased plus a support incident. This means that, for one year, you can get new versions of Genome and bug fixes as they are released and have access to support. After the initial year is over, you can subscribe to upgrades and support for additional years. You can of course continue working with old versions of Genome even if your upgrade period has expired. More details are available in the pricing section.

Can I activate my Genome license on more than one workstation?
Absolutely. We understand that you are likely to work on more than one workstation so you may activate your Genome license on multiple workstations, for example once on your desktop PC, once on your laptop and perhaps at home. Please note however that all developers compiling ddsc.exe need to be licensed.