Can you get a callstack for the crash? The debug (pdb) files are installed with NORMA, so you should be able to get a full stack trace. There are some tips about how to do this in the readme, but it is straightforward if you're used to debugging in Visual Studio. Just attach another VS process to the NORMA devenv.exe.
Can you ...
The background is very subtle (the a:hover style uses the infobackground backcolor, which is very light on most systems). It is easiest to see when hovering over a red model error description in the verbalization window.
I'm just not seeing this. I've tried VS2010 on two different platforms (XP32+IE8 and Win764+IE10) to ...
We're glad you're enjoying the tool and tutorials. There may be occasional things in the tutorials that are out of date, but the vast majority should be current. You can see detailed changes (grouped by category as well as by change date) in the Readme.htm file that installs with NORMA, so any discrepancies should be ...
There isn't a way to do this off the toolbox, but you can create a new fact type with an internal pattern by dragging from another (likely temporary) model. Try the following:
Create the pattern you want.
Create a new scratch ORM model.
Drag the fact type you want to emulate from your model to the new model.
Delete the role ...
Good to hear you got it working. I had the MIME type instructions for viewing files from remote sites, but hadn't thought about it for files on the same site. My sites have had it set for a couple of years.
BTW, I noticed earlier that your page title was changing and checked this in the code. The title is currently set by the ...
This should load MedicaidCDM.orm from the same directory on the server as the web page.
If you look at the browser debugger ( at least in Chrome and FF) you should see the XHR request and any error returned. You should also be able to see a request in the server logs. The file must be accessible from the server. Try setting the MIME type for .orm ...
I did a little more investigating on using the underlying .js files from different sites, and they appear to work seamlessly. As you can see from the source for orm.aspx, this uses three .js files, which I would recommend you reference directly from my site so that they get updates (and, frankly, because ORM Solutions owns the ...
Have you seen the web-hosted .orm file viewers on http://ormsolutions.com? You can all of the .orm diagrams in a file one at a time, or show all diagrams in one page (designed for printing). The views are all live off of an .orm file, and you can test with a local file if you like (in Chrome, FF, or IE10).
If you look at the source ...
Sorry for the slow answer. I glanced at the individual fact type pages (linked from the object types) and didn't see the issue, then I looked at an older report and saw no problem, and then procrastinated. Apparently I hadn't pulled a report in a while because this is indeed broken.
The issue traces back to changeset ...
The Barker view is extremely preliminary and has a number of issues. I have a much more advanced version of this that was an extension of this project and addresses additional ER concepts such as Euler-diagram display of subtypes. The extension works well on small diagrams, but unfortunately is sufficiently slow on larger models that I ...