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  • Re: Fact Type Names

    Hi Jack, Thanks for the explanation. What should work here is modification of the name generator settings in the ORM Model Browser (Name Generation Defaults/Relational Names). While most of the settings here make a difference, it doesn't look like the name-shortening settings are even looked at by the name generators ...
    Posted to Issues (Forum) by Matthew Curland on 07-02-2014
  • Re: Fact Type Names

    Hi Jack, Fact type names are generated based on the default reading for the fact type. The reading editor tool window lets you prioritize reading orders and readings, which can change the default reading. If you see an editable fact type name it is because the fact type is explicitly or implicitly objectified. Fact types are implicitly ...
    Posted to Issues (Forum) by Matthew Curland on 06-29-2014
  • Re: Fact Model Data Extraction

    Hi Pedro, Sorry, I tested this project on a 32-bit machine. It looks like I didn't set the platform target to 32-bit, which would give you this result running on a 64-bit OS. Click on the project node in the Solution Explorer window (second node, right below the one that says 'Solution...').Right click and choose Properties (or ...
    Posted to Developers (Forum) by Matthew Curland on 06-22-2014
  • Re: Fact Model Data Extraction

    Hi Pedro, If you want to play with the XML I'd recommend doing it through XSLT and plugging in a generator, not through code. The two approaches offer much different experiences. You don't need XML at all for the model loader. In fact, it turns out there's a ModelLoader.Load(string fileName) overload that just takes the file name. ...
    Posted to Developers (Forum) by Matthew Curland on 06-21-2014
  • Re: Fact Model Data Extraction

    Hello Pedro, You will need a C# project for a console or forms app (not a web application) that references the two libraries I mentioned before (the modeling SDK dll from Microsoft and the NORMA core dll). You'll probably want to lock the project platform to 32-bit instead of 'Any CPU' (the NORMA Dll itself handles any CPU, but some ...
    Posted to Developers (Forum) by Matthew Curland on 06-19-2014
  • Re: Is it possible to generate java class source from VS2010/Norma?

    Unfortunately, we don't currently have a Java code generator from NORMA. Although a Java class would not work directly in a Visual Studio project, there is no theoretical reason that NORMA couldn't generate one. The structure of the classes would be very similar to the .NET classes--at least those spit by the PLiX Implementation generator, ...
    Posted to User experience (Forum) by Matthew Curland on 06-19-2014
  • Re: Fact Model Data Extraction

    Hi Pedro, C# makes it easy. Plix is used to generate code that is a physical mapping of the model. The result is not the model itself, so is probably not what you're after. Add a project reference to the ORMSolutions.ORMArchitect.Core.VS20XX.dll assembly that matches your VS version (either in the GAC or in your NORMA installation at ...
    Posted to Developers (Forum) by Matthew Curland on 06-14-2014
  • Re: Fact Model Data Extraction

    Hello Pedro, That is a very open-ended question. The NORMA tool is built as a set of extensions--the only thing special about the ORM and ORMDiagram extensions is that you can't turn them off--so anything thing you see in the tool can be programmatically accessed by writing your own extension, which will load you into the designer. The other ...
    Posted to Developers (Forum) by Matthew Curland on 06-12-2014
  • Re: Why incompatible types at subset contraints?

    Hi Jacob, Good discussion.   [quote user="jacobvos"]First of all: Don't learn from my posts that DEMO tells what to do with an ORM model. I try to capture my interpretation of DEMO in an ORM model. That might be wrong.[/quote] Please note that I put a big If at the beginning of my sentence regarding application of the ...
    Posted to NORMA (Forum) by Matthew Curland on 05-28-2014
  • Re: Why incompatible types at subset contraints?

    Hi Jacob, The sample population editor is designed to allow you to add objects without leaving the fact types that use them. Basically, the in-cell expansion offered in the PerformedQualityTest has been promised sample population editor layout is equivalent to a row in the QualityTest has been performed editor layout. If you look at the ...
    Posted to NORMA (Forum) by Matthew Curland on 05-27-2014
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