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It would be nice to be able to show the fields that have indexes and check constraints in the diagram and the exported table, for better overview.
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The example shows this (right) type of reference, but I can only find how to change 1 side of a reference and the other side will always be the one you see on the left here.
How do you change the other half of a reference?
It would be nice to define functions as separate blocks in the diagram. Now I'm using "Additional SQL scripts" section in relevant tables to define functions, but since functions can consist of many views or tables it would be nice to separate them.
It is possible support computed columns for the next version.
I am unable to generate specific sections of SAML assertions in IBM DataPower while trying to digitally sign a request (Product details: Build: 277257, Firmware: IDG.18.104.22.168). I have the uploaded the public crypto certificate on DataPower but I am unable to configure DataPower to generate the following two sections (The below is the format in which the backend expects the DataPower output):
<ds:KeyInfo> <ds:KeyValue> <ds:RSAKeyValue> <ds:Modulus>xxx</ds:Modulus> <ds:Exponent>xxx</ds:Exponent> </ds:RSAKeyValue> </ds:KeyValue> </ds:KeyInfo>
<ds:KeyInfo Id="KeyId-xxx"> <wsse:SecurityTokenReference wsse11:TokenType="http://docs.oasis-open.org/wss/oasis-wss-saml-token-profile-1.1#SAMLV2.0" wsu:Id="xxx" xmlns:wsse11="http://docs.oasis-open.org/wss/oasis-wss-wssecurity-secext-1.1.xsd"> <wsse:KeyIdentifier ValueType="http://docs.oasis-open.org/wss/oasis-wss-saml-token-profile-1.1#SAMLID">xxx</wsse:KeyIdentifier> </wsse:SecurityTokenReference> </ds:KeyInfo>
Are there any settings on DataPower to generate these header? Or we need to place a custom XSL transform to generate these headers?
is there a way to import a table definition from excel? i.e. i have my columns and data types in an excel spreadsheet already and i want to import them in rather than have to key them all?
Unfortunately, there is no way to copy table definition from excel.
PS: If you have tables with same column names Copy & Paste feature may be helpful: https://support.vertabelo.com/communities/1/topics/173-copy-and-paste-columns
When I print my diagram as a PDF, the text in a note:
"SUMMARY: The core of this metadata model includes "data_set"s, different "data_table"s of that data set, and then for each table, the set of "variable"s it contains. Variables exist independent of data tables, so the same variable definition can apply to multiple tables (over years where a survey remained the same, or across surveys with different names). For each variable, you can specify a set of valid values. You can also specify when two variables are related and basic information on how to translate between the two. In addition, there is space to group data set collections (one of these groupings could be the set of tables included in a production process, for example) and variables independent of ("variable_group") or within ("table_variable_group") a table."
consistently turns into:
SUMMARY: The core of this metadata model includes "data_set"s, different
"data_table"s of that data set, and then for each table, the set of "variable"s it
contains. Variables exist independent tables, so same variable definition can apply
to multiple tables (over years where a survey remained same, or across surveys
with different names). For variable, you specify valid values. You also specify when
two variables are related basic information on how translate between two. In
addition, there is space group collections (one these groupings could be included in
production process, example) ("variable_group") within ("table_variable_group")
Words from the original text are seemingly randomly missing, causing the text to turn into something that sounds like a garbled mess. Any idea why this would be happening? Is it something in my text that I might be able to alter to fix?
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