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Object Model auto fill requests

Last post 06-24-2011 15:35 by mnnoon. 2 replies.
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  • 06-20-2011 16:30

    • mnnoon
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    Object Model auto fill requests

    Hi,

    I've been using the Norma add "New Page" tab at the bottom of the orm window and I noticed that you have to add items one by one when you drag and drop from the orm model browser.  So I'd like to add to the wish list a feature to select multiple items from the orm model browser, and then move all those items you selected and move to the main orm window.  Also I think it would be useful to add a schema name to the orm model browser to differentiate different parts of a model, and make it easier to sort model objects much like in the Sql 2008 management studio.

     As a side note, I'd like to see a feature where I add a single entity and a depth feature that will retrieve all related items one to n levels deep.  I think this was asked before, but not recently.  This would definitely make this must more fun to use as it would just pull down all entities interested and then perfrom an auto format on those selected or the depth selected. 

     Thanks,

    Marc

     

     

  • 06-21-2011 3:06 In reply to

    Re: Object Model auto fill requests

    Marc,

    You can drag multiple items from the ORM Context Window, and you can split the diagram view so you can see two diagrams, then drag from one diagram into another. Recently, it even started mostly working that you can drag from a diagram from one model into a different model.

    I know it's not what you asked for, but I thought it would help.

  • 06-24-2011 15:35 In reply to

    • mnnoon
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    Re: Object Model auto fill requests

    Ahh I didn't realize that.  Well that's might even be a better way of doing it then. Thanks a bunch.

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