Despite the fact that the link that you posted will have scrolled off the front page in a few days, this site gets up to 75,000 visitors per month so any links that you post are likely to be seen by several thousand people.
I thought that you might find it useful to have as many testers as possible so that's why I posted it ...
I have updated the Library version.
Thanks, but I find your explanation to be very confusing.
Putting the word "line" in bold does not help anyone to understand what it means.
That is why I asked you for an explanation of the object-types in the first place.
So what is a "line"?
Is it a "line item" on an order form?
- in which ...
My intended message was: "I can't answer your question because I don't understand what you are trying to say in your models."
So my earlier post was partially aimed at understanding the kinds of instances that Jacob intended his object-types to represent.
This would have helped me to understand the Universe ...
Firstly, let me make some informal comments about some of the principles on which object-role modeling is based.
1. Each Obect-role model is based on "fact instances" which are then abstracted into the "fact types" that you see in an object-role model diagram.
2: Each fact type contains one or more object types ...
This makes me wonder about the best way to encode the Pig and Whistle problem in ORM & CQL.
The new owner of the pub called The Pig and Whistle was dissatisfied with the way the characters the pub's sign were arranged.
So he hired a painter to make a new sign and gave the following ...
There is a more recent version of ORM Lite (13b) that you can download from the library.
Good to hear that you are sold on the ORM approach.
Which ORM features do you emphasise when comparing it with alternative approaches?
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Please would you post some of your DDL so that we can get a better idea of what your generated DDL looks like.
By the way, which RDBMS are you using?
Thanks for this. I'll pass it on to Matt for comment.
The NORMA (Natural Object-Role Modeling Architect) tool has long supported a single-page view of the generated relational model. This view automatically shows one shape per table. Unfortunately, as the number of tables and foreign keys grows, this single-page approach becomes impractical. Therefore, for advanced users wishing to ...