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Direct execution of a Database Schema
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Greetings everybody!Was developing some tools for *internal* use for a while, have shared a story here in May 2012.Got some feedback and made some friends :-). Thank you MDSN! Looks like when making…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rafael Chaves Nov 21, 2013.

Request for a tool classification...
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Hello everybody,just joined MDSN, looks like a lot of useful reading available.Short self-introduction:Computer science major, 20 years ago got into developing quite a few data-driven Applications…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alex Semenov May 9, 2012.

 

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Rafael Chaves replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Direct execution of a Database Schema
"Alex, unless you make use of stored procedures (which I have nothing against), database schemas as a metamodel lack the ability of representing behavior. As you mention, they are pretty decent at modeling structure. But that is not enough other for…"
Nov 21, 2013
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Direct execution of a Database Schema

Greetings everybody!Was developing some tools for *internal* use for a while, have shared a story here in May 2012.Got some feedback and made some friends :-). Thank you MDSN! Looks like when making those *MD* tools have actually found a way of how to directly interpret general DB schemas in server-client environment.It works like that: when an application's tables and their relations could be drawn (UML or Visio like - "boxes-and-lines" style), that drawing fed into a server, which generates…See More
Nov 19, 2013
Alex Semenov replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Thanks Rafael, very interesting. I guess I like "EvoSpaces" even better http://www.inf.usi.ch/projects/evospaces/tool/evospaces_demo.avi That is one nice visialization tool. The approach of my experiment were different…"
May 9, 2012
Rafael Chaves replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Alex, that looks a lot like CodeCity."
May 9, 2012
Alex Semenov replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Here is my take on ""scaling" is enough?" - at the time it looked like enough. From the "astronaut view" you could see all your code as a few megacities (projects?) with roads-interfaces, from the "plane view"…"
Mar 22, 2012
Alex Semenov replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Gentlemen, your answers are greatly appreciated. I do remember kind of similar situation with AI - in early 80s it felt so close... BTW in USSR that time AI research was not appreciated by powers. I knew one professor who was "downgraded"…"
Mar 22, 2012
Mountriver TY Yu replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"said takes the old road on new shoes ;-) "two decades"...are there a few decades in my life? I think, it needs more passion, more innovation, more care about new ideas, ..."
Mar 22, 2012
Rui Curado replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
""two hypes over two decades (CASE, MDA) without success are too much to bear for  business. Here in the forum you find the enthusiasts and visionaries who didn't give up, even if it takes so long, and who meanwhile have to make a…"
Mar 22, 2012
Andreas Leue replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Hi Alex, I think it's simply,  two hypes over two decades (CASE, MDA) without success are too much to bear for  business. Here in the forum you find the enthusiasts and visionaries who didn't give up, even if it takes so long,…"
Mar 22, 2012
Alex Semenov replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Sorry, did not replay Yesterday. Was very busy. Some interesting questions asked and statements stated when I was away :-) . Looks like the conversation is built around two poles a) the "What" - what is done, what is not…"
Mar 21, 2012
Mountriver TY Yu replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Sorry, It was not very clear in my expression. (reading and writing in English still a hard job to me :-D)"
Mar 20, 2012
Rui Curado replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"I am (can I say "we are"?) interested your point of views. We need different views around here. By all means keep posting :) By briefly watching your "ebay in 20 minutes" video, I that that your Datalator is a highly targeted…"
Mar 20, 2012
Andreas Leue replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"TY, sorry, I do not understand your question. Can you explain?"
Mar 20, 2012
Andreas Leue replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"> (I carefully red you papers dated by 1995) I feel charmed, Alex ;-) Slightly outdated, that stuff....  on the other hand side... > " I'm convinced we will work like that one day". I propose to try to work like that today,…"
Mar 20, 2012
Mountriver TY Yu replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Sorry, Alex, I just edited my last comment and posted it then see you new replay (you know, I'm writing very very slowly) ;-) Good luck!"
Mar 20, 2012
Mountriver TY Yu replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"@Alex  You could like to have a look at "A Roadmap of Research for Enterprise Applications" :-) if you go on the development a 'build for change on demand' style one for the comprehensive applications for…"
Mar 20, 2012

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