I have this error that won't go away:
Error 1 Value 'S' in the sample population for value type 'Department_ID' in model 'SBSSM' is not of the specified data type 'NumericAutoCounter'.
When i started entering sample data, I did accidentally enter 'S' in the wrong place. I deleted it and now the only sample data showing is valid. this value ...
Temporal:Date maps to SQL server as such:
CREATE TABLE SBSSM.OrderHistory
''Date'' BIGINT ,
DeltaDeposit DECIMAL, 4) NOT NULL,
DepositTender_TenderEntry_ID BIGINT NOT NULL,
Order_Order_ID BIGINT NOT NULL,
CONSTRAINT IntrnlUnqnssCnstrnt117 PRIMARY KEY(DeltaDeposit, DepositTender_TenderEntry_ID)
1. should not be ...
That makes perfect sense! I am again impressed by the foresight and thoroughness of the dev team.
The quotes are the mechanism used in the ISO SQL Standard to create a ''delimited identifier''. Microsoft SQL Server works correctly with this, and also supports an alternative (non-standard) notation using square brackets (e.g. [Order]).
Delimited identifiers (as opposed to ''regular identifiers'', which are just identifiers without quotes or ...
When I first started using NORMA, I was following the Lab .ppt tutorials, and consequently, my diagram was first named by default: ORMModel1.orm
After my project started to take some direction, I saw that the model name becomes the schema name and database owner name and so, I renamed the .orm to something more appropriate to reflect my ...
I have found that although a value type set to Money, Scale 4 shows in the relational view as BigInt, the DDL output targeted to SQLserver results in a datatype of Decimal, which, according to http://www.teratrax.com/sql_guide/data_types/sql_server_data_types.html is not equivalent to Money... For those interested.
Although it is tricky for a beginner to get an OFT (or other fact types, for that matter) to be mapped to its own table instead of being absorbed (collapsed), I have had some success in doing this, although it's not yet clear to me in my mind what factors really determine this outcome. I reckon I will get better insight with more ...
after I add a new .orm to my project, I always get this error, which does not go away:
Warning 1 Custom tool warning: No BuildItemGroup was found for this ORM file. Use the ORMGeneratorSettings dialog to add items to the group, or clear the CustomTool property. C:\Documents and Settings\Dev\My Documents\Visual Studio ...
You are correct in that the number of diagrams / pages that any element of the model appears on does not effect how that element is mapped.
Objectified fact types may or may not have their own representation after they have been mapped. As with any other object type, it depends on the roles that they play. It is entirely possible for ...
Looking at the original post, is there a chance that the shadowed OFT was in the ER already? Shadowed, meaning established elsewhere in the model, the ER rep shouldn't be repeated for each invocation of the object in the ORM model diagram, only the original instance. I mentioned this because the OP'er is talking in terms of ORM ...