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  • 'Select on Diagram' from Context Window

    Here&#39;s a bell (or whistle) that would make naviagtion easier in a big model: From the Context Window, I would like to select a Fact Type, right-click, and &#39;Select on Diagram&#39;. This feature is available from the Model Brower and from a Page window for both Fact and Object types. It should not be terribly hard to implement .
    Posted to Open Discussion & Feature Requests (Forum) by JimLudden on Wed, Mar 18 2009
  • Context Window inconsistent and crashes

    I really like the context window, because it shows the full context, not just what is in my&nbsp;current page. I cannot consistently get the context window to display the selected object. I select the object in the ORM Model Browser or in the diagram, doesn&#39;t matter. When I select an object, the context window does not change. I closed VS ...
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by JimLudden on Wed, Mar 18 2009
  • Delete Reading does not

    I have a ternary relationship with three readings. I wish to delete one of them. I select the reading, right-click, and choose &lt;Delete Reading&gt;. Nothing happens.
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by JimLudden on Fri, Mar 13 2009
  • Relational View crash

    I add Relational view as an Extension, thru the extension manager. I get an &#39;Assertion Failed: Abort&#39; message - for which I have a picture. Pressing &lt;Ignore&gt; then gives a Visual Studio error that an &quot;Index was outside the bounds of the&nbsp;array.&quot; and my model is closed (but VSTS keeps running. If I &lt;Abort&gt;, then ...
    Posted to NORMA (Forum) by JimLudden on Mon, Mar 9 2009
  • Re: XML schema

    Hmmm.&nbsp; Not so easy.&nbsp; Access finds the XSD and creates many tables, but with no foreign keys.&nbsp;I cannot connect an Object to its Note or Informal Definition. Is that evidence of my near-total ignorance of XML?
    Posted to Open Discussion & Feature Requests (Forum) by JimLudden on Wed, Feb 4 2009
  • Re: XML schema

    Whoop dee doo.&nbsp; Got it to work.&nbsp; Moreover, I found the XSD files on my computer (with your help), located at: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Neumont\ORM\Schemas Now I should be able to import to Access easily.&nbsp; We&#39;ll see.
    Posted to Open Discussion & Feature Requests (Forum) by JimLudden on Wed, Feb 4 2009
  • Re: XML schema

    Matt, These instructions appear to be really helpful. However, I&#39;m too naive for this answer. When I open the ORM file in VS, I only get the diagrams - even if I rename the file to be .XML. When I open the XML-named file in Internet Explorer I can see the raw XML, but cannot go to the definition. If I try to navigate to ...
    Posted to Open Discussion & Feature Requests (Forum) by JimLudden on Fri, Jan 30 2009
  • XML schema

    I&#39;m trying to extract the entity objects and their &#39;informal&#39; definitions. The standard report does not distinguish value type from entity type from facts in the top-level HTML report. I also tried to import the ORM file into Excel (without benefit of the schema).&nbsp; I got tons of data, but cannot find an XML element that appears ...
    Posted to Open Discussion & Feature Requests (Forum) by JimLudden on Sun, Jan 25 2009
  • Reporting Object Types

    How would I extract, export, or report all the Object Types in a given model, together with their &#39;informal definitions&#39; (and other properties) into a rich text form?
    Posted to NORMA (Forum) by JimLudden on Fri, Dec 5 2008
  • Disappearing Notes

    I navigated to a page (tab) in my model. No icon was selected. I typed notes into the ORM Notes Editor. Thought I had expressed a good statement about the entire page. Navigated away from this and returned to check my notes.&nbsp; GONE!&nbsp; Or at least not visible.&nbsp; Is this a bug or a &#39;feature&#39;?
    Posted to Technical support (Forum) by JimLudden on Tue, Sep 30 2008
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