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Sven asked on 22 Jul 2009, 07:28 AM
Dear ladies and gents,
the OA ORM does not touch a column name like 'IMDGClass' (internal field-alias 'iMDGClass'), but 'UUID' is converted to 'Uuid' (internal field-alias uuid). The second case would cause a lot of trouble for us. Is this wizard-behaviour intended and, if so, can this be changed?

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Ady
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answered on 24 Jul 2009, 03:01 PM
Hi Sven,

 The Reverse mapping field naming algorithm treats column names with mixed case letters - upper and lower case (like IMDGClass) slightly different than column names with all letters with same case (like UUID).

 In the first case only the first character is converted to lower case, so IMDGClass is converted to field iMDGClass and in the second case all characters are converted to lower case - so UUID becomes 'uuid'

 You can neverthless change this default field name in the wizard. The property name is changed accordingly.

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Ady
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