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  • RE: June 2007 CTP ('a' release)

    Hi Matt, DL'd the ''a'' form, and loaded that up (after removing the June 2007 NORMA, as instructed). That went fine. I brought up VS with an ORM document I had created earlier. Once I selected a FactType predicate on the graphic model, the new Fact Editor displayed. I found I could also select the old Fact Editor tab, but would have to ...
  • RE: Reference Mode or Reference Scheme?

    Reference modes provide a shorthand notation for an extremely common pattern. With a shorthand notation not all of the information is displayed on the diagram. This is no different from the Visio solution and other solutions where some of the reference mode details (separator, etc) are not clearly displayed on the diagram. Similarly, ORM diagrams ...
  • RE: Reference Mode or Reference Scheme?

    > 2) We will install a reference modes file which provides an > editable list of the reference mode patterns you want to be > available for new (and not so new) models on a given machine Machine... I forsee problems. A model has a different meaning depending on what machine I peruse it on??? How baroque. I know you want to handle ...
  • June 2007 CTP ('a' release)

    I've posted a file release of the June 2007 CTP to address a setup issue that stopped the New Fact Editor from showing. As noted in the 'June 2007 CTP' post thread, you should now get both old and new Fact Editor windows. The only other significant change is that the Verbalization Window and Generated Report now respect the current ...
  • RE: Reference Mode or Reference Scheme?

    Maybe a better name for 'Reference Mode' is 'Reference Mode Pattern'. If you look at the 'ORM Reference Mode Editor' window, you're really looking at a set of patterns. These are not hidden and the patterns can be modified. Tthe format strings are editable for the reference mode kinds and any custom reference modes you add. When you choose a ...
  • RE: Reference Mode or Reference Scheme?

    > If the current reference scheme matches the most common pattern... I have to admit I had to read that paragraph several times :-). I can't help feeling that you're making an error by predicating the recognition of this ''further identification'' by matching lexical patterns on the names. Or perhaps to put it another way, if the ...
  • RE: Reference Mode or Reference Scheme?

    Hi Matt, Good material to mull over. I think I get the differentiation between the terms Reference Scheme, Reference Mode and Primary Identification - as you set them out. Keeping the perspectives of the theory, techniques and requirements for a working tool seems central to the issue. I want to look closer at what you've put forward, and ...
  • RE: Reference Mode or Reference Scheme?

    The error display option is available, and currently affects error display on the diagrams, menus, and model browser (we don't currently filter the verbalization and report, see PS below). However, we still consider the lack of a reference scheme an internal error. As with all of our validation errors, live tracking is on whether it is displayed ...
  • RE: July not June CTP

    Hi Matt, No apology required. I hope it was clear by the context that I was joking. The Neumont lawyers were not bombarding me with cease and desist orders. There were no irate phone calls from the Eastern US division of the Neumont Marketing and sales department either. Also, I'm sure that the massive DOS attack against the hosting company ...
  • RE: July not June CTP

    Sorry, it was just a typo on the news post. The local time was 30:09 Saturday June 16, so please forgive a bleary-eyed oversight. I edited the subject line. -Matt
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