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  • Role value constraints in ORM2

    My understanding from reading http://www.orm.net/pdf/ORM2.pdf is that role value constraints were introduced in ORM version 2; thus, value constraints in ORM version 1 applied only to object types. Can someone confirm? Thanks, Matt
    Posted to ORM Techniques (Forum) by Matt Nizol on Tue, Aug 12 2014
  • ORM Lite for Windows v0.13b

    ORM LITE is a light-weight, open-source ORM tool that implements most of the ORM 2 notation. New features: Kimball-style dimensional data warehouse design Larger models (with hundreds of tables and thousands of fact types) Re-engineering (with SQL table import and data profiling) Easier model navigation...
    Posted to ORM Lite (FileGallery) by BrianC on Tue, Nov 27 2012
  • ORM Lite for Windows v0.13a Released Today

    The new release of ORM Lite supports: Kimball-style dimensional data warehouse design (using ORM diagram annotations) Larger models (with hundreds of tables and thousands of fact types) Re-engineering (with SQL table import and data profiling) Easier model navigation and searching Text-based fact entry...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by BrianC on Tue, Jun 5 2012
  • ORM Lite for Windows v0.13a

    ORM LITE is a light-weight, open-source ORM tool that implements most of the ORM 2 notation. New features: Kimball-style dimensional data warehouse design Larger models (with hundreds of tables and thousands of fact types) Re-engineering (with SQL table import and data profiling) Easier model navigation...
    Posted to ORM Lite (FileGallery) by BrianC on Tue, Jun 5 2012
  • ORM Lite for Windows v0.12i

    ORM LITE is a light-weight, open-source ORM tool that implements most of the ORM 2 notation. This new release features a completely redesigned user interface. New features include: a completely rewritten "How To" guide and tutorial, a streamlined user interface, an improved Rmap, an improved...
    Posted to ORM Lite (FileGallery) by BrianC on Mon, Oct 3 2011
  • ORM Lite for Windows v0.12h

    ORM LITE is a light-weight, open-source ORM tool that implements most of the ORM 2 notation. This new release features a completely redesigned user interface. New features include: a completely rewritten "How To" guide and tutorial, a streamlined user interface, an improved Rmap, an improved...
    Posted to ORM Lite (FileGallery) by BrianC on Sat, Oct 1 2011
  • ORM Lite for Windows v0.12d

    ORM LITE is a light-weight, open-source ORM tool that implements most of the ORM 2 notation. New features: simpler to learn, easier to use, improved Rmap, improved verbalizer, new Entry Sequence Diagram, new ability to merge object types, better help. Please try out this new release and help us to improve...
    Posted to ORM Lite (FileGallery) by BrianC on Wed, Sep 7 2011
  • tkz-orm - a new way to draw ORM2 diagrams with TikZ instead of NORMA

    I have released tkz-orm, a LaTeX package to draw ORM2 diagrams by using the TikZ package. See here for an example and here for the documentation . You need the CVS version of TikZ in order to use tkz-orm (a build is available at texamples ). The full package is free software / open source, so you don't...
    Posted to Other Tools (Forum) by jakob.voss on Tue, Apr 6 2010
  • Re: ORM2 Exchange Language

    Jakob, BrianC (and others), My ActiveFacts project has produced: A metamodel in ORM2 which is capable of fully(*) representing ORM2 (and more - like units support, multiple overlapping models, multiple natural languages for the same model, reference populations as well as an example one, join constraints...
    Posted to Other Tools (Forum) by Anonymous on Sun, Jan 11 2009
  • Re: ORM2 Exchange Language

    [quote user="Ken Evans"]It seems to me that the reason that ER and UML are used rather than ORM is down to one main thing: "marketing muscle".[/quote] I would have to agree with Ken on this. UML rose to dominances on the wings of a major news event. Three well-known, former competitors...
    Posted to Other Tools (Forum) by BrianC on Thu, Jan 8 2009
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