The NORMA tool does not use underlining technique shown in Chapter 11.
As Terry said, if you are using NORMA and you have the relational extension feature switched on, then a relational schema appears on a separate page. You can see all of the keys in the relational schema.
Here is an example from part of the "Talent" model that ...
Hi Terry,I added your diagram.
The procedure is to use the "Options" tab and the "File
attachment add/.update". CheersKen
Thanks for the alert.
I have mentioned this to Terry & Matt so one of them will probably respond soon.
You can now download the new version of NORMA for Visual Studio 2015 from the Library.
Yes - I expect NORMA for Visual Studio 2015 to be published "soon".
I have been testing the pre-release version on a Windows 7 desktop and a Windows 10 tablet.
Depends on Matt giving it a final polish.
If you want to run it on a tablet then you will need a keyboard and a mouse.(bluetooth variety)
Just to clarify this point. The concepts of OR and XOR are from logic.
In the diagram, the blue rectangles represent "True" (i.e. "This is an A" or "This is a B")
The red rectangles represent "False".
This makes it clear that the XOR of two items means that only one of the items may be present.
As the ...
Thanks. I downloaded the paper from ftp://ftp.cc.gatech.edu/pub/gvu/tr/1999/99-22.pdf
After reading the paper several times I don't feel I'm any closer to understanding what the authors are trying to say.
As I see it, all applications use the sequence: input>process>output and what the authors are calling "context" ...
Thanks for the clarification.
I read the Henriksen paper some years ago.The paper uses the term "context aware" but neither the paper nor the references provide a usable definition of the term.
The diagrams in the paper are just informal sketches.
Thus, I'd call the paper "confusing" rather than "good".
Thanks for your contribution.
Please explain how you see the relationship between what you call "Context Modeling Language" and ORM.
You might start by explaining what you mean by "Context Modeling Language".
Is there a book or a paper about it?Why should people use it?
Since not everyone has a Dropbox ...
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?