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I agree with you! That was not the correct answer to the question.
That's not a default value, but a value constraint - it prevents any value outside the range from being used.
In the SQL Server mapping, it gets translated as CHECK (RangeNr BETWEEN 1 AND 5), not as a default.
I don't know any way to add a default using NORMA. Perhaps Terry can comment here, because I don't see a representation for ...
The attached "test drive" is pursuant to the hypothetical requirements I listed in the last message. Please see how well you think this fills the bill, and let me know if you find any bugs.
However, I do hope you're using a version later than Visio 2002: a bug in that version prevents the ...
In NORMA you can set a default value or a default value range in the property sheet of an object type as shown in the example below.
NORMA generates Domains automatically when needed, but often inlines the domain definitions (same information without a domain name). What is your scenario for requiring explicit domains?
There is no installed mechanism for generating multiple schema names right now, but I posted a mechanism for using custom ...
While it is true that NORMA does not currently reverse engineer Postgres, it does generate Postgres DDL.
NORMA generation for a specific DDL flavor is done through targeted modifications to the SQL standard generator, so the cost of support different DDL flavors is directly dependent on how far they deviate from the standard. Of the ...
Sorry, but NORMA does not support Postgres.
In Norma it's possible to create domain for postgres database , I need to create datamodel with Domains and Schema for Postgres database
When using ms-sql in design mode it is possible to set a "default value or binding".
It can be set to a value or a function call.
Is it possible to set this value when using NORMA?
Thank you Mr.Ken , This explanation is great.