This error message also appears with MS Access - despite the fact that MS Access appears as one of the options in the DB Import dialog.
Can anyone provide guidelines on how to write & add the code for MS Access import?
Thanks for your comprehensive explanation.
I have asked Terry & Matt to comment.
One thing that stands out from your post is the idea of tables with 250 columns.
Whilst in your case, there may be a good reason for 250 column tables, in general, I have found that this a symptom of a schema design that has not been properly thought ...
I'm fairly sure that each .orm file is stored as a single xml file - regardless of how big the .orm file is or how many pages are used to display it on the drawing surface.
So one solution is to save the model before you add another page and then save the new model with a different name - a crude "versioning" ...
Thanks for the update.
Let's hope that it works with Windows 10 as well.
Thanks Jan Pieter,
It will help more people to become aware of the problem if the bug description is also posted here.
So here it is.
Crash on entering Sample Population for fact type (fact type that is in error mode).
by adding the attched orm file to a new VS2013 sln.
FT: Profile has TimeStepSize. Enter '5 ...
You are clicking on the tab at the top of the page.This is not correct.
You need to right click on the tab at the bottom of the page and you will see the options "New Page,Delete Page, Rename Page"
To be able to re-order pages you also have to switch on "Document management" which is in the Extension ...
The Kindle version is available from Amazon by clicking the link in the sidebar.
You can get the print version from here
JAN 2015 NORMA has been tested on VS2013 community edition and on all previous VS editions of "standard or above".
Matt has not yet released a version for VS2015 so the answer to your question is "I don't know".
Your options are:Wait for Matt to release a VS 2015 version.
Run NORMA on one of the previous versions. ...
The new release of NORMA was published in the same way that all previous versions have been posted - in the Library>Tools section.
In addition, there is an announcement on the home page.
So, sorry but I don't understand your explanation or your suggestion.
This talk by Terry Halpin and Matt Curland provides a brief overview of their Augmented Relational Calculus (ARC) language which is a version of first-order, 2-valued, domain relational calculus extended to support null items, aggregate functions and bags.
ARC provides a formal basis for expressing queries and derivation rules over ...