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  • Re: Visual Studio 2015 Community "or above"?

    Hi Matt, Well done for publishing your "official" version of NORMA for Visual Studio 2019. Unfortunately, your VS2019 version still has the same long list of unresolved bugs (40+)  that are still present in your VS2015 version and in earlier versions. Even worse, my tests show that your VS2019 version has also introduced new bugs ...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Ken Evans on Wed, Apr 24 2019
  • Re: Multiple Schemas

     Hi Pete, Not sure exactly what you mean by "multiple schemas". "Splitting a large model" sounds like a solution to an unstated problem. Please clarify by giving more information on the problem that you are trying to solve. What is it that you cannot do by spreading your model over multiple pages?   FYI, this is a ...
    Posted to Open Discussion & Feature Requests (Forum) by Ken Evans on Tue, Mar 5 2019
  • Re: Export ORM diagrams in UML

     It seems that you may have misread the diagram on page 41 of the Lab1 ppt slides. The line from OIAL to UML is a dotted line and the legend explains that this means "early development". Sorry, but the ability to generate UML has not been implemented in NORMA.
    Posted to NORMA (Forum) by Ken Evans on Wed, Jan 30 2019
  • Re: Urgent and Important: How to save ORM diagram as .sql

     This short video shows you how to generate SQL from an object-role model in NORMA. Let us know if you have any other questions. Ken 
    Posted to NORMA (Forum) by Ken Evans on Wed, Jan 2 2019
  • Re: NORMA

    Visual Studio Code is a code editor. Visual Studio is an integrated development environment.(IDE) NORMA is designed as an extension to the Visual Studio IDE and makes use of Visual Studio features that are probably not in Visual Studio Code.  So,you could probably edit the NORMA source code in Visual Studio Code but you wont be able to ...
    Posted to NORMA (Forum) by Ken Evans on Thu, Dec 20 2018
  • Re: NORMA

    The NORMA software is an extension to Visual Studio.  NORMA will run with Community, Professional or Enterprise editions. As shown on this page, NORMA runs in versions of Visual Studio from 2005 to 2017. There are several versions of Visual Studio that run on Mac's so NORMA may be able to run on a Mac.  However,  I have never ...
    Posted to NORMA (Forum) by Ken Evans on Thu, Dec 13 2018
  • Re: Relational Mapping Algorithm - is it OK?

     Hi Nicola, Thanks for your update. Here are some comments for clarification. 1: Terry may take a while to reply because his time zone is currently 10 hours ahead of yours and 11 hours ahead of mine (I'm in the UK) 2: When I want to post more than one image in a message, I use the "combine images" feature that was recently ...
    Posted to ORM Techniques (Forum) by Ken Evans on Fri, Nov 2 2018
  • Re: Relational Mapping Algorithm - is it OK?

     Nicola, Our JIRA system is the "appropriate" place for you to make comments on existing bugs, to report new bugs, to make feature requests or to report other findings. However, to do this, you will need a JIRA user account. JIRA is designed to help developers to "resolve issues" so JIRA treats everything as an ...
    Posted to ORM Techniques (Forum) by Ken Evans on Sat, Oct 27 2018
  • Re: Visual Studio 2015 Community "or above"?

     Awesome! By "it" I assume that you mean "NORMA for Visual Studio 2008? Ken 
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Ken Evans on Fri, Oct 26 2018
  • Re: Relational Mapping Algorithm - is it OK?

    Nicola, I really appreciate your helpful observations and comments. Some background: I have been using ORM since the early 1990's and have used each of the ORM tools. (InfoModeler, VisioModeler, VEA and NORMA.)  Work on NORMA started about 14 years ago. For many years, I have been aware that NORMA had bugs and deficiencies but until ...
    Posted to ORM Techniques (Forum) by Ken Evans on Fri, Oct 26 2018
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