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As you may know, InfoModeler was discontinued well over ten years ago.
Some but not all of the InfoModeler features are available in NORMA.
You can download the NORMA version for Visual Studio 2005 standard or above from the Library (Library>Tools>NORMA - The Software!)
NORMA generates DDL for a range of databases - follow the guidelines in ...
Hi, I used ORM with InfoModeler some time ago. I am looking to see
where it is today and would like to reduce my cost. Will Visual Studio
2005 Standard support the NORMA plug-in? If so, can I use any database
that supports ODBC? I develop in Firebird RDBMS using RealBasic. TIA!
Ah. Thanks. I see that I can select the constraint (if I enlarge the diagram enough) and then delete it.
Unlike the template I sent previously, the attached places the predicate text exactly where it was before the fact-type update. However, it does not try to shift the text to compensate for the re-location of an up-arrow to the right-end of the text (from the left-end, where it sits in pre-v8 fact-type shapes).
There are two key bindings for deletion in NORMA. By default, the delete key deletes the current shape and prompts you to delete the underlying element, and control-delete directly deletes the underlying element. For items that are parts of shapes (specifically roles and uniqueness constraints), delete does not bind to anything, so you ...
Perhaps I am missing something, but I do not see how to remove a constraint. It seems one has to delete the rule and add it again.
Thanks for all your work. I sort of suspected that printing support was limited because of limitations in the base classes. It's certainly out of my skill set, or I would offer to help.
You have brought to light a significant issue: In general, the macros that have been added to ORM2_Draw2 depend, for their functioning, on having the (macro's) current version of the object-type / fact-type shapes to work on.
That being the issue, it really is useless to try to bring the new ...
[quote user="John Saunders"]
While I agree that Height is not a simple value type (it is not self-identifying), I'm afraid I don't see that it is actually an entity type:
You can't point to a Height and say, "look, there's Height 60 inches" in the same way you could point to "Person named John ...
[quote user="mnnoon"]What is
the difference between a value type and an entity? [/quote]
One way that helps me keep the distinction clear is the following.
Values (numbers, strings, social security numbers/strings, ids, etc)
are predefined members of a set that is defined by rules or axioms in
order to create the ...