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Defined SQL Scripts not forward engineered
Posted by: Radboud Platvoet
Date: June 09, 2008 07:49AM

Hi there,

I am fairly new to MySQL and MySQL WorkBench although I have plenty experience in database modeling and development. Mostly on SQL Server though. (Please don't hold that against me. ;-) )

So I created this model with quite a bit of tables and started to generate my insert statements for the lookup tables. (Tables that have a static set of rows and data.) At one point I added a column to one of these tables and boom! Al 102 manually added inserts are gone! Damn. So I decided to use the SQL Scripts that you are allowed to define to handle my inserts. Okay, not the fansy editor grid to enter the data into, but I can do that with a standard text editor just as fast.

Here comes the question:
I forward engineered my model to the database, but the scripts were not executed! How can I easily add my scripts to the forward engineering process?? I don't see any place where I can select to include my scripts in forward engineering batch like you can do with the tables and the triggers on the first window of the forward engineering wizard.


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