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General Board / Support for nested classes soon?
« on: November 06, 2003, 01:26:33 pm »
I know this has been on the drawing board for some time and there is reverse engineering support for it but it would be extremely useful for forward-engineering also. We utilize ADO .NET datasets quite a bit and their C# files are generated as complex nested classes. Any idea on when (or if?) this will be supported? This is probably the only major item we see missing at this point. The rest of the tool is phenomenal!

Thanks.

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Uml Process / Model Database Cascade Updates and Deletes
« on: October 22, 2003, 03:14:11 pm »
I'm attempting to model some database tables in EA and am stuck on how model or otherwise indicate the presence of cascading updates and deletes. Does anyone know if the tool supports this?

Thanks in advance.

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An even bigger question for us would be whether the MDG product itself could somehow integrate with some of the new VS .NET 2k5 Team System features. There are some compelling things there all embedded real-time with your code in Visual Studio as well as the ability to generate unit test code, etc. I'm a huge fan of EA but am expecting a bit of a battle with other users who will likely want to fracture our consolidated, EA-centric approach by using some of these new Team System features. Thoughts?

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I've just started looking at it and I'm a "little" disappointed. I was expecting to see integrated menu options within Visual Studio .NET and there don't seem to be any. It's all from the EA side and in addition requires that the appropriate VS project be already open before it will recognize the integration. It seems to do what it's supposed to fairly well. I was just expecting something more. In my opinion, additional focus should be spent on creating an integrated EA designer for VS like most of the other UML vendors are doing (Borland, Rational, etc.). I would much prefer to work completely within VS. My two cents...


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