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  • Re: Unique FK+Field

    &nbsp;Hi Mike, &nbsp; Sounds like you found your own answer - always good.&nbsp; It also sounds like you are testing out the nORMa tool from the logical, rather than conceptual, perspective.&nbsp; That&#39;s fine; but the power of the tool and the theory behind it works best starting from the conceptual view.&nbsp; The tool should be able to ...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Brian Nalewajek on Wed, Jun 18 2008
  • Re: IsIndependent greyed out & Facts not in Relational & ER views

    Hi Ken,&nbsp;The side by side of VEA and nORMa test should be useful to the team for evaluating feature behavior.&nbsp; Im not as concerned as you are about injecting untested features (like the Barker view) into the CTPs, as long as they are optional, and the status is noted.&nbsp; If this were a fully supported finished product, or even a late ...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Brian Nalewajek on Mon, Jun 16 2008
  • Re: IsIndependent greyed out & Facts not in Relational & ER views

    Hi Ken, If by ER view, you mean the Barker ER view, I know that&#39;s a work in progress.&nbsp; A grad student is handeling that, and&nbsp;it&#39;s mentioned in the notes as a &quot;premininary effort.&quot;&nbsp;&nbsp;The feature&nbsp;first appeared in an intermediate build about a week before the last version drop.&nbsp; I had mentioned a ...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Brian Nalewajek on Mon, Jun 16 2008
  • Re: Feature Request: ORM Model Diagram - Reorder option

    Hi Ken, I&quot;d like to see that too.&nbsp; It made a big difference, getting the paging feature in the first place.&nbsp; Better page management will make the feature that much better.&nbsp; Drag and drop would be useful.&nbsp; I wonder if it makes sense to add pages to the ORM object browser?&nbsp; If that&#39;s problematic, at least a simpler ...
  • Re: Popuation Editor Data Entry Too Subtle

    &nbsp; Hi Matt, You did a good job of explaining the factors involved in the development of a better sample population editor.&nbsp; I think most knew that the priorities for the nORMa project, as a whole, were going to be (and ought to be), in the core, rather than UI elements.&nbsp; The new information was about the technical complications to ...
  • May 2008 CTP drop new features

    I see Matt has brought another CTP drop (through build 1313).&nbsp; You can find the downloads in the Library section here (click &quot;most recent&quot;).&nbsp; Again, there are versions for VS 2005 and VS 2008.&nbsp; Do click on the information link.&nbsp; The expanded info mentions a number of new or updated features.&nbsp; He mentions that the ...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by Brian Nalewajek on Tue, Jun 10 2008
  • Re: ORM for a WFF?

    Hi John, looking at your original post, I see you are contemplating a rules engine.&nbsp; Have you visited the Buiness Rules Community site: http://www.brcommunity.com/index.php&nbsp; You&#39;ll see some familiar names there.&nbsp; BRN..
    Posted to Philosophy (Forum) by Brian Nalewajek on Tue, Jun 10 2008
  • Re: ORM for a WFF?

    &nbsp; Hi John, In an earlier post reply, I didn&#39;t realize you were an experienced ORM modeler; just trying to do something new with ORM.&nbsp; Glad you thought the advice was valid, anyway. Am I right in thinking your current questions about inequalities are for the schema cop project?&nbsp; I didn&#39;t read all the posts for that; so ...
    Posted to Philosophy (Forum) by Brian Nalewajek on Mon, Jun 9 2008
  • Re: ORM for a WFF?

    Hi JP, There&#39;s a text book I found that&#39;s accessible and pretty comprehensive - though you may find it light on FOL.&nbsp;&nbsp;My preference is for readablity; this is better in that way than&nbsp;others I&#39;ve seen. &nbsp;I don&#39;t&nbsp;take in symbolic expression as well as many here - don&#39;t think in those terms.&nbsp; The used ...
    Posted to Philosophy (Forum) by Brian Nalewajek on Sat, Jun 7 2008
  • Re: ORM for a WFF?

    &nbsp; Hi JP, Your question is a good one; and I think you put it in the right forum. I plan to post an article to the OF library shortly, that addresses some of the issues and concerns you mentioned.&nbsp; In the mean time, a few suggestions (if others disagree with these, you&#39;ll benefit from their take on it too): Yes, build ORM ...
    Posted to Philosophy (Forum) by Brian Nalewajek on Fri, Jun 6 2008
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