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One term of acknowledged importance in Object Role Modeling is that of Universe of Discourse (UofD), also know as domain of discourse, or more simply, domain. However, within the community of Information Systems designers, architects and practitioners (and perhaps within the subset of fact-based modelers as well), several ...
Is there a way to link keys (foreign keys) from one model to another that are located in a separate schema?
The roots of logic and deductive reasoning are to be found in the writings of Aristotle (384 BC - 322 BC) in a collection known as "The Organon". Aristotle's ideas formed the basis of logical thought until the 19th Century when writers such as De Morgan (1847), Boole (1854), Cantor (1874) and Frege (1884) introduced new ideas ...
Would it be possible to have a Forum called 'Philosophy' under 'Research'.
It's just that a couple of us want to discuss the Philosophy of ORM in an open Forum, and believe this site to be a good place to do that.
Hi Brian, I don't know where I got John from. I apologise.
On Join Subset Constraint, I believe the intended interpretation, and we'll most likely find when it is implemented in NORMA, is that it operates in a manner that "If you can't query it, you may as well not be able to store it"....so my reference to ...
Good info on posting. Some experimentation on my part should smooth out the wrinkles - hope the muffs aren't too annoying.
If prodcedures and policies on removing/replacing or editing posts (by their author), are documented here yet, please advise on location.
Yes - you have to be careful when posting material from an external editor.
If it is from Word, then you can use the "Paste from Word" icon.
If it is from something else, you can check the HTML by clicking on the HTML button.
You can edit documents as an XML file in Visual Studio and then paste them into the post with ...
I just posted a reply to a post, and saw that the reply had lost all paragraph spacings. I posted a second version of the reply, and checked the preview feature to see that all paragraps were spaced correctly - and they were in the preview screen. I posted that, but see that only some of the paragraph spacings were actualy ...
(For some reason all paragragh spacing were lost in my reply post - hope this serves as a more readable replacement)
My name is Brian, by the way – did have a grandfather named John, but his was a less enlightened world, before ORM. I agree, “…be a shame if the philosophy of ORM wasn't discussed.” ...