bgoldstein14 wrote:I just resent it.
Thank you. We have asked for the additional information about the test project by email.
bgoldstein14 wrote:Please also note that I have issues trying to set up the model from a database. My default schema (user) is not the one where I need to pull in my entities from. Even though I do not select any entities from the default schema and choose entities from the desired one, the model creator ignores my request and instead tries to pull in every entity from the default schema.
We cannot reproduce the problem at the moment. Please run Entity Developer Create Model Wizard again. You are connecting to Oracle via ODP.NET, aren't you? Select the "Show all users" option on the "Select database objects" step of the wizard. Unselect the root node of your default schema (user) in the tree, then select the node of the desired schema, press "Next" and finish the wizard. The result model includes the objects from the desired schema only in our environment. Are you following exactly the same steps?
bgoldstein14 wrote:This forces me to delete all the entities and then update from database. This then presents a less than optimal wizard which no longer separates tables and views but rather groups them together in a much longer list, however, when I choose the desired entities they are brought into the model.
These are two different trees:
a) "create model" (respects only database structure)
b) "update model" which also takes into account the model objects where views and tables correspond to classes. Other ORMs supported by Entity Developer do not have the SSDL part which stores information whether class is represented by table in database or by view. Please submit your suggestion at http://devart.uservoice.com/forums/3867 ... -developer
to redesing the "update model" tree for Entity Framework.