We have managed to reproduce the error. We will fix ASAP.
The XSD you used to validate the XML is not valid for logical models.However, I confirm the import process is not working properly. It will be fixed in the next release (monday I believe)Hope this helps,Adam
We need to take a closer look at the issue. Have you tried to change the position of wrongly displayed references?
I will keep you updated.
I have cancelled your account as you requested here https://vertabelo.userecho.com/communities/1/topics/3662-selected-the-basic-plan-accidently
I have also fully refunded your money, so the subscription was terminated immediately.
Hope this helps,Adam
I have cancelled the subscription and refunded the payment.
You should get your money back within a few days.
I have checked our logs and found that there occurred a few network connection failures while saving a model.
We need more information about the circumstances to investigate further.
1. Can you please provide the name of the model, which is affected
2. Do you use a laptop?
3. Which Operation System do you use?
4. Do you use a reliable network connection? Is it a WiFi or cable connection?
Some battery saving policies result in network errors. That is my hypothesis based on the information I have right now.
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Can you please tell me what is the result of the following command
If your Java version is between 9 and 11, please try adding the additional parameter:
Applied for command you posted:
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
Hope this helps,
There is no "double precision" type on the list of the available types in the UI. However you can type it by hand. I mean like this:
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