The ORM Foundation

Get the facts!

Search

Page 6 of 7 (64 items) « First ... < Previous 3 4 5 6 7 Next >
  • RE: VisioToCoreModelImport.xslt

    My apologies, I forgot to mention one of the required steps. In the Open File dialog, select the XML file exported from Visio. Then, click on the down arrow glyph on the right of the ''Open'' button. Select ''Open With...'', and a list of different editors should appear. Select ''ORM Designer'' from this list, and press ''OK''.
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Kevin M. Owen on Sun, Jun 11 2006
  • RE: solution files

    It is already posted as part of our Subversion repository. Please see my response at https://sourceforge.net/forum/message.php?msg_id=3771785
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Kevin M. Owen on Sun, Jun 11 2006
  • RE: VisioToCoreModelImport.xslt

    First, export your Visio model to XML using Orthogonal Toolbox, available from http://www.orthogonalsoftware.com/products.html After that, all you need to do is open that XML file in Visual Studio, and it should automatically be converted and opened by NORMA. To be able to save that file, you will need to do a 'Save As' first. We require this ...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Kevin M. Owen on Sun, Jun 11 2006
  • RE: Source files

    Yes, there are several .sln files for various parts of the application. The main one is ''ORMPackage.sln'', which can be found in the ''trunk'' directory in our Subversion repository. SourceForge provides information about how to check out our Subversion repository at https://sourceforge.net/svn/?group_id=158881
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Kevin M. Owen on Sun, Jun 11 2006
  • RE: Visual Studio Class Diagram

    Yes, alternate views on the ORM model are a feature that we are actively developing. We hope to have at least a relational view in place for our next release.
    Posted to Open Discussion & Feature Requests (Forum) by Kevin M. Owen on Sun, May 28 2006
  • RE: Source files

    The VerbalizationGenerator.xml is not installed by the setup program. You can view it in the Subversion repository at http://svn.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.cgi/*checkout*/orm/trunk/ORMModel/ObjectModel/VerbalizationGenerator.xml. If you would like to check out the full repository, SourceForge provides instructions at ...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Kevin M. Owen on Sat, May 27 2006
  • RE: C# Code Generation

    The first 1200 lines or so are essentially static. They provide support classes that are used by any and all class models that we generate. We currently generate these support classes for each model, which will actually cause naming conflicts if you have more than one generated class model in the project. We are exploring a couple of approaches ...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Kevin M. Owen on Mon, May 1 2006
  • RE: Attaching .orm files to forum message

    Unfortunately, we are limited in this regard by what SourceForge supports. In other words, there is no way that we know of at the moment to attach files to forum posts. We are looking into various options for how this can be improved (including potentially hosting the forums elsewhere). In the mean time, links to external sources would probably ...
    Posted to Open Discussion & Feature Requests (Forum) by Kevin M. Owen on Fri, Apr 21 2006
  • 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 ...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Kevin M. Owen on Thu, Apr 20 2006
  • RE: Ring Constraints

    To add a ring constraint to the diagram, you should be able to just drag it on from the toolbox and hook it up to the appropriate roles using the same process through which other external constaints are hooked up to roles. Once it is on the model, you should be able to change what type of ring constraint it is through the property browser (until ...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Kevin M. Owen on Thu, Apr 20 2006
Page 6 of 7 (64 items) « First ... < Previous 3 4 5 6 7 Next >
© 2008-2020 The ORM Foundation: A UK not-for-profit organisation -------------- Terms of Service