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I'm running Vista Enterprise, SP1, v.667 (not yet publicly available).
I did get NORMA to install, and it works fine. not quite certain why I had trouble the first time.
It appears to me that the Relationship View is smoother - but I only used it once previously.
Now that a VS 2008 install script is available I should try that. We have VS ...
I think the only thing the batch file does is check to make sure the PLiX and DSL Tools are up to date. I found I need to click on the nORMa msi to get the actual install. I haven't done the Vista SP yet, please post relevant comments on your experience with nORMa and the SP - also which edition of Vista are you using? I've been using ...
My apologies. I get so impatient.
Third try appears to have worked. :)
Trying to install NORMA_VS-2007-11CTP.VS2005
On Vista SP1 (RTM)
Batch job starts, requests Admin control.
Microsoft DSL is installed
Neither Neumont PLIX nor Newmont NORMA appear to install.
Task Manager does not appear to show any related activity.
I uninstalled NORMA and Microsoft DSL manually prior to starting the install.
Just loaded up final release product of VS08 Pro last night. I installed the 11/07 CTP of nORMa for VS 08. The install was uneventful (on my notebook, Vista Ultimate). Not wanting to complicate things, I created a Console Application (on of the project types allowed in earlier CTPs - I'll test out some other project types later). You ...
You're right, when I tried to build it against the RTM version of VS2008, I did receive the same messages.
Thankfully, these are pretty straightforward to fix. You can just remove the ''this.'' or ''base.'' from each method call that gives an error.
Alternatively, if you update to the latest source code from our Subversion repository, these ...
Yeah I was running on a final CTP. that's why I think I got the weird messages. If you try to build on the latest, you may get the same messages I got.
Hi everyone in development team
After going through all the steps from fact-modeling to getting sql-script I found myself quite happy.
Nevertheless, I am of opinion that there are a few conceptual things that require further thinking through.
Here are they:
1.Settings. All ORM settings are better to be in some one place. For ...
I had bo problems with the transformation of my orm file. Now I have it in VS 2005. Not all things make me happy there but this is another point.
thank you, kevinowen
i'll try and report