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  • Re: ORM Lite source?

    [quote user="maubrey"]reportobj appears to be a "NoneType" object and fails when it attempts to call reportobj.ReportType.PanelType[/quote] [quote user="maubrey"] Brian, any tips for additional debugging?[/quote]Every Report object should know its ReportType. The ReportType is what identifies that particular report as ...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by BrianC on 07-09-2013
  • Re: ORM Lite source?

    [quote user="JayD239"]I can't open a diagram (by double-clicking it).[/quote] This error might be caused by ORM-Lite not knowing where to find the Scripts folder. It is the only reason I could think of for ReportType being a NoneType object. Could you test this work around? (1) After you start ORM-Lite and before you do anything ...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by BrianC on 07-09-2013
  • Re: ORM Lite source?

    [quote user="maubrey"]Follow-up on this. I installed a debugging version of python and was able to isolate the error. Here's a patch that at least got it running on Linux (haven't actually tried using it yet):[/quote] Thank you Maurice. I am excited that you have found a solution. When I get a chance I'll review the change ...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by BrianC on 07-09-2013
  • Re: ORM Lite source?

    [quote user="maubrey"]Is there a more appropriate place to discuss the code? Didn't see anything on pureviolet.net.[/quote] At present I feel that this is the best place to discuss the code (unless Ken has any objections). It will be useful for the ORM community to see the active interest in ORM-Lite.
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by BrianC on 07-09-2013
  • Re: ORM Lite source?

    Ken, ORM-Lite has multi-platform capability because I developed it using Python and wxPython (a cross platform user interface library). Unfortunately, as good as wxPython is, there are some differences between the MW Windows, Linux, and Macintosh platforms. It is necessary to test and make (usually minor) changes for each platform. The most ...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by BrianC on 06-24-2013
  • Re: ORM Lite source?

    The source code is available via Subversion. Here are the commands to request a copy. svn checkout svn://pureviolet.net/air/trunk/ganttpv ormlite svn checkout svn://pureviolet.net/air/trunk/scripts Scripts I use Python 2.7 in development, but it might work with an earlier version. It requires a recent version of wxPython. I have ...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by BrianC on 06-24-2013
  • Re: The prospects of ORM Lite

    For any platform, it is possible to use a screen capture to print the diagram. For Windows users, a script is included that will capture the diagram as a vector diagram that can be pasted into a word document or a power point slide for printing. It has the advantage of being easily resizable. For my projects I use a script that I have written ...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by BrianC on 04-19-2013
  • Re: Merging Entity Types in ORM Lite - A Quick and Painless Process

    Merging 100 entity types in less than two minutes?! What features of ORM Lite make this efficiency possible? Let's take a closer look at these six steps and find out. Even if you haven't tried ORM Lite you will find this interesting. Read on! Direct editing in table views of model objects. Entity types can be directly edited in a ...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by BrianC on 06-30-2012
  • Merging Entity Types in ORM Lite - A Quick and Painless Process

    In this series of posts I will explain some important features of ORM Lite that help save time and effort in modeling projects. While wondering where to begin, I read with interest Tyler Young's account of his current ORM modeling project. He gave a good example of a common challenge for large re-engineering projects. So let's start with ...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by BrianC on 06-08-2012
  • ORM Lite for Windows v0.13a Released Today

    The new release of ORM Lite supports: Kimball-style dimensional data warehouse design (using ORM diagram annotations) Larger models (with hundreds of tables and thousands of fact types)Re-engineering (with SQL table import and data profiling)Easier model navigation and searchingText-based fact entry (similar to NORMA)Improved Rmap and ...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by BrianC on 06-05-2012
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