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Can we create the logical model in this tool (to add entity and attributes) and then convert to physical by having some naming standard?
I assume currently we have only physical model where we add the tables and colums.
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Hi, I have just signed up to using Vertabelo and I am looking to use the reverse engineering tool to bring in all my tables from my database.
My Java is all setup and I have downloaded the latest version of the reverse engineering files version 19.4.0.
I have put all my files in one folder with the ojdbc6.jar and reverse-engineering.jar files.
When I run the following command in cmd:
java -cp .;reverse-engineering.jar;ojdbc6.jar com.vertabelo.reverse.Main -url "jdbc:oracle:thin:@//localhost:1521/xe" -user USERNAME -password password1234 -o localhost_file
I get the error:
Error: Unable to initialize main class com.vertabelo.reverse.Main
Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: javax/xml/bind/JAXBException
I have tried to search the forums, but I haven't found anyone coming up with this issue, so would really appreciate if any one could advise on how I could resolve this issue.
Starting v12c of Oracle, we can add identity column to tables, here is an explanation:
How can I add this to the ERD definition in vertabelo ?
I have imported a large database into Vertabelo and would like to group tables in subject areas. I can see the options in Subject area we have are only for creating new tables. I am trying a tedious process of dragging tables into subject area in the workspace section manually but because the database has a lot of tables, it is geting more time consuming. Am I missing an easy way to add tables to Subject area during reverse engineering?
Any plans of implementing this ?
Its common approach for modelling subtypes. It does not influence generated table structures, but are a great help in understanding the model.
This is possible in a logical database model. However with a little bit different notation. Moreover you can choose different generation strategies for an inheritance hierarchy that can be applied during generation of a physical model from a logical model.
We don't plan to introduce such notation for physical database models as these models should reflect real physical objects in a database.
My java version is : openjdk version "11.0.2" 2019-01-15
and when I run the command
java --add-modules java.xml.bind -cp .;reverse-engineering.jar;ojdbc6.jar com.vertabelo.reverse.Main -url "jdbc:oracle:thin:@//localhost:1521/xe" -user USERNAME -password password1234 -o localhost_file
I get error : Error occurred during initialization of boot layer
java.lang.module.FindException: Module java.xml.bind not found
Is my java version not comaptible?
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