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  • NORMA Visual Studio Versions

    I see that NORMA is available for three different versions of Visual Studio; namely, 2005, 2008 and 2010. Is there any difference, functional or otherwise, in NORMA on the three different Visual Studio versions?
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by John Gilmore on 02-13-2012
  • problem with entity subtyping in NORMA Lab4 with VisualStudio2008

    Hello In working through the Lab4 tutorial, I had a little trouble on page 21, where I am supposed to add a subtype definition for MaleEmployee. My Properties window for MaleEmployee (or any other entity) does not seem to have Derivation Rule as one of the items, so I can't add a rule. Please note...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by chris young on 03-23-2011
  • Install for VSTS 2010

    Matt, I notice that the installation of NORMA build 1464 went very quickly. Thank you. However, the Programs and Features control panel still shows "Natural ORM Architect for Visual Studio 2008" after the install for 2010. Is this a problem, a fluke, and oversight, or something that I should...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by JimLudden on 01-03-2011
  • Failed install on Windows7, VS2008

    I have been running NORMA on Windows7, Visual Studio 2008, using the Windows7 release candidate. Worked fine with the March release of NORMA. Yesterday I wiped my disk and installed Windows7 Released (RTM), installed VS2008, and tried to install NORMA, using the 2209_06CTP. The install script somehow...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by JimLudden on 08-11-2009
  • Re: Bug report - error in role position for ternary fact type

    More Info I replicated the problem in a new project/model/diagram using the same system (VS 2005-Standard on WS 2008) - the same behavior. I just did a fresh install of Plix and nORMa for VS 2008 - 4/2008 drop on a different box (VS 2008 Pro, on Vista Ult 32bit). I created another new project/model/diagram...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Brian Nalewajek on 05-15-2008
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