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You might try keyword searching the old forum posts (from the SourceForge venue). I belive they were all transfered here. My recollection is a thread with the issue of reference modes and subtyping was addressed before.
Check the libaray here, or search for Dr. Halpin's published articles on Subtyping - I'm ...
The role names didn't help.
I then tried something that "helped" in the sense that I think it shows where the bug is. I gave a reference mode to the subtype. This allowed data entry in the Sample Population Editor.
Unfortunately, it adds a bogus extra column to my database table, so has to go. However, it suggests that ...
I forgot to mention, the image you used looks good. What procedure did you use to include it, and what file format did you use?
Not sure if it would help (haven't tested it), but try giving explicit names to each role in the model. I found that doing this helped cure some ills with ring constraints. If that doesn't help, the fault is likely in sample population handling of the current nORMa tool CTP. Matt C. mentioned a while back that the ...
I find it hard to know where to click on the line to enter data into the ORM Sample Popualtion Editor. If the current drop down editor is to be retained, then please cause clicking on the line to display borders around the dropdown, or even to open it.
Me either. When I have a fact type that has one role that is a subtype, I cannot populate that side of the fact type. I can't find a way to cause the drop-down list of role instances to appear, no matter where I type.
I am unable to use the ORM Sample Popualtion Editor to edit the MalePatient side of the population for MalePatient has ...
I am new to the NORMA tool and have not yet completed all of
the tutorials – I apologize if this topic is already documented.
It is my understanding that you can control the DDL
generation, beyond choosing the DB type, to included specific standards. In
Oracle for example, coding standards include all ...
I'm trying to populate with sample data the Person entity sub-type of Party(.Handle) by clicking on the solid arrow joining both entities. I can enter handles in the Party column (not in the Person column, it makes sense since I'm using the same key), but what about when I want to enter a last name (value of Person)? I click on the ...
Thanks for your query. Just right-click anywhere on the document window, and choose Extension Manager. In the Extension Manager dialog, select the "Map to Abstraction Model" check box (this will automatically turn on the "Map to Relatonal View" option). If you want to see the relational schema ...
Where is the 'Map to Relational Model' extension? Is it a separate download? Where can I find it?