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Re: it seems to be very good ! but ...
Posted by: Alfredo Kengi Kojima
Date: November 21, 2007 07:57PM

Hi

> But I can tell you some bugs
> - It's impossible to load a project imported with
> DBdesigner

You can import DBDesigner4 projects using in
File -> Import -> Import DBDesigner4 Model

> - It's impossible to load a project imported with
> Sql

What do you mean? You can import/reverse engineer a SQL script
and then place (manually or automatically) its contents.

> - When there is a problem, you loose your file
> (After deleting an empty view for example)

We will add auto-saving to avoid losing your work in case of crashes,
but I don't understand the "deleting an empty view" part, please
report a bug in bugs.mysql.com if it's the case.

> - When I make some modifications in
> "Tools/Options.." Workbench doesn't save the
> peferences. hopefully there are saved in the
> "Model/model Options..."

That has been fixed, please wait for the next release.

> - I asked the software in the options to named the
> fist key automaticaly "Id" instade of
> "Id"+NameOfTable it doesn't make anything
>

That has been fixed too.

> Now I can tell you about my regrets.
> - At first the XML format of Dbdesigner was more
> interesting : this format is bad because you
> can'not make anything whith it, you can't chage
> anythink manyally into if you want, and you cannot
> generate anything. For example I had the plan to
> generate some java classes Whith XSL, It's
> impossible !

The XML file is not intended to be read directly.
For the kind of thing you want we have a scripting and plugin
interface. So, you can just write a Lua script (or Python or any
of the other languages we will be supporting) to create
plugins that will export the model as Java classes or
create Rails model files or anything you want. We will
be adding documentation and examples for that in the
http://dev.mysql.com/workbench site.

> - In second time, I didn't unerstand how to create
> a view

A View has to be created by entering the CREATE VIEW code
manually. We may add a more visual interface for
creating views, but that would be in the future.

> - In third time I think it's sad not to have some
> actions in the right click.

We're adding those.

> - It's impossible to delete a "Physical
> Schemadata"

You can delete (or add) a schema with the +/- buttons in the
Overview panel.

>
> For ending this topik I say that it's impossible
> to work seriously whith it for the moment, I wait
> the next version that I hope near from now !!!

We're working hard on fixing the bugs and improving it
so please keep trying and reporting any problems you have!
In special, if there is something that you know is a bug,
please use http://bugs.mysql.com to report it.

Cheers
--
Alfredo

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