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Best Project type to use for NORMA models

Last post Thu, Apr 20 2006 13:13 by Brian Nalewajek. 3 replies.
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  • Wed, Apr 19 2006 17:10

    Best Project type to use for NORMA models

    Using Project>VB>Windows>Console Application seemed to work Ok for the tutorial, but is there a prefered type of project to use in VS 2005 for NORMA work?
  • Wed, Apr 19 2006 17:50 In reply to

    RE: Best Project type to use for NORMA models

    I found it interesting that you couldn't use a database project.
    
    jMM
  • Thu, Apr 20 2006 10:59 In reply to

    • Kevin M. Owen
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    RE: Best Project type to use for NORMA models

    The UI to access the generation features is currently implemented as a Visual Studio custom tool, which is unfortunately only supported by some project types. Specifically, we have tested it with the various Visual Basic and C# project types, though it will probably also work for the J# project types.
    We will likely be creating an ORM project sub-type, that transparently wraps any and all existing project types in Visual Studio and exposes the ORM features as appropriate. This is only in the initial planning stages currently, so I can't promise when it will be ready...
  • Thu, Apr 20 2006 13:13 In reply to

    RE: Best Project type to use for NORMA models

    Ok, we'll work with what works for now.  BRN..
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