Today this process seemed to go completely haywire for no reason.I was getting 10-15 compile errors – since I was just adding a field I shouldn’t have seen any.Oracle XML DB Repository provides you with a hierarchical organization of XML content in the database.You can query and manage it as if it were organized using files and folders.Unfortunately I haven't been able to do that, and the existence of this extension has actually worked against that goal.I'm really happy that Slow Cheetah has gotten the attention and success that it has, but now it's time for me to move on.ranging from a templated edit-on line datagrid to date-picker and custom formatted textboxes, supporting client validation and globalization.
It can be less effective for managing semi-structured and unstructured data, such as document-oriented XML data.
Thinking that I’d broken something accidentally I reverted back to the version in subversion and tried again. Looking in Solution Explorer it was clear why these errors were being generated – there was no .file to go alongside the LINQ to SQL model file.
I right-click on the dbml file in Solution Explorer and selected “Run Custom Tool” (for those unfamiliar with the Visual Studio custom tool model this is essentially an external executable that is called to automatically create or modify files in your solution – in this case create the .file).
I will not be adding any features to Slow Cheetah myself.
If anyone want's to add any features I will try and help guide anyone who is interested.