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Unfortunately "NORMA for Visual Studio 2010" has not yet been released.
You can find more information in this thread http://www.ormfoundation.org/forums/t/608.aspx.
At present, if you want to use NORMA, you have to install Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 Standard or above.
It is always interesting to know of academic ...
I'm glad that fixed it. I didn't feel that combining two different notations (various ER forms and the ORM dot) into one overlapped notation would be appropriate or help with the 'learning' nature of ER Learning Mode.
The description text for the Binary FactType Multiplicity Display option does indicates that the ...
I have Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate, but does not work NORMA 2008.
I've tried Vista and Microsoft, double-click SetupVista.bat, and does not work.
please how can I install NORMA for Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate
My masters thesis is on modeling ORM
Ambrosio Alves Soares (Portugal)
Ahaa - Insight! Matt was right. As a matter of visual preference, I had the ER learning mode set for crows foot only. Once I turned ER learning mode to "Off", the mandatory dot placement selection started working. While I will probably change it back to the role box side and crows foot, I will at least know what to look for next ...
Do you have other options on as well? Specifically, mandatory dot placement is ignored if ER learning mode is turned on.
Please advise the build number of NORMA, and the Visual Studio version (2005 or 2008) that you are using.
I have found the Sample Population Editor to be an extremely useful feature for testing. However, much of my test data often comes from spreadsheet or delimited text files (comma or tab deliminated). Manual entry of the data becomes most tedious. Some means of entering the data (i.e., cut/paste or import/export) would be most useful.
When I attempt to change the position of the mandatory dot by using Tools>Options>ORM Designer>Appearance>Mandatory Dot Placement from RoleBoxEnd to ObjectShapeEnd, nothing changes. This may be a problem with my installation because the mandatory dot placement does change when I open the .orm file on another machine. Any ideas as to ...
Support for ORM to OWL transformation is definitely a feature we'd like to add to NORMA. Some early prototyping work on this indicated its feasibility, and the later improvements to OWL (OWL 2) make this even more practical. However, at this stage we have not included any support for OWL generation in any of the NORMA plug-ins to VS 2005, VS ...
I have Ms. Visual Studio 2005 and installed the NORMA plugin on it (from the zip called NORMA_VS2005_2010-07CTP.zip).
I worked through the NORMA Tutorial 1 available in the Library link. In the tutorial the ORGGenerator dialog shows an option to generate OWL form the ORM model (amongst others). However, in my dialog box I only have the ...