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Hi,

Your account is academic already :)

Hi Mick,

It's on our backlog. We'll notice you when it will be available.

Hi,


Please use following command to fetch list of all documents:

curl -H "Accept: application/json" -u $VERTABELO_API_TOKEN: https://my.vertabelo.com/drive

VERTABELO_API_TOKEN is available here https://my.vertabelo.com/my-account (see Settings)

Hi Mikael.


We're working on documentation. There is a new way to fetch documents.


You can download a logical model as an XML file:

curl -H "Accept: text/xml" -u $VERTABELO_API_TOKEN: https://my.vertabelo.com/logical/model/MODEL_ID


This also works for physical model: 

curl -H "Accept: text/xml" -u $VERTABELO_API_TOKEN: https://my.vertabelo.com/model/MODEL_ID

Hi,

In order to delete an account, you need to go to "My account", then "Manage account plan." There's a button called "Close account" - that's what you're looking for.

Please follow this instruction https://support.vertabelo.com/en/knowledge-bases/2/articles/305-how-to-register-for-an-academic-account to register again.

Hi,

This is a Chrome related bug. If you open the page using Firefox  that image will show up. 

We're working on it. Sorry for a delayed answer we had national holiday yesterday.

Hi,

Thanks for the bug report.

These is no direct support in the UI. 

According to the documentation identity can be added by alter table statement. 

https://docs.oracle.com/en/database/oracle/oracle-database/12.2/sqlrf/ALTER-TABLE.html#GUID-552E7373-BF93-477D-9DA3-B2C9386F2877


You may put an alter table statement into  "Post creating table"  (see "Additional SQL Script"  table details section)

Subject Areas are designed  for a "forward engineering  workflow" in mind. Reverse engineering doesn't support any subject area generation nor placing tables within given subject area. We know that the placing tables in subject areas by hand takes time. This is the only way right now.