From pages 7-8 of Crosby's 1979 book "Quality is Free": "The first struggle, and it is never over, is to overcome the 'conventional wisdom' regarding quality. In some mysterious way each new manager becomes imbued with this conventional wisdom. It says that quality means goodness; that it is unmeasurable; that ...
According to Philip Crosby, "Quality is 'Conformance to requirements. "
So if you don't have any requirements, then you can't have any quality data!
So what are the requirements for data such that we can test for conformance?
To the best of my knowledge, there is very little difference in "core" NORMA functionality between each of the five versions.
However, the more recent versions of Visual Studio have an improved user interface which makes it easier to develop object-role models.
For example, when I develop and analyse models, I find it very useful to ...
[quote user="Matthew Curland"]This is true, but regardless of the file format, all of these screen snaps are bitmaps and will only look good at the exact zoom level that you snapped them at[/quote]
I don't know how Snagit works - but on my system I can zoom captures to 800% without any noticeable image ...
Have you considered using Snagit for this?
You can save a Snagit screen caputure in many formats such as PDF, PNG, JPG, MP4 and SWF.
[quote user="RichardRickard"] I've just been reading some Forum articles which seen to indicate that such functionality does not yet exist. So, I am quite confused[/quote]
As an additional note, the Forum posts that you have read are probably the ones that discuss an "ER" output. I suspect that the authors of ...
The generators are explained in NORMA Tutorial 1
You can also see how it works in the experimental video I made.
Please let me know if you have any more questions.
Thanks for your guidance which I used to make this new video which shows my current understanding of the first steps of the NORMA debugging procedure. Please confirm that I have now got it right.
Once we have a version of this video that shows the complete procedure, I will upload it to the Library for use by others as needed.
So, for the benefit of other readers would you care to explain what you consider that your "mistake(s)" is/are?
Thanks for your extensive comments & apologies for my delayed response. (Caused by the time it took me to make the video!)
I did not see the VS2010/VS2012 option this time.
- probably because I used VS2012 for the second instance instead of VS2010 as I did on my first attempt.
So the video shows:
a) that the ORM Designer ...