ORM


ORM Basics: Adding Indexes

Adding Index to Field Indexes can be declared on fields that have been marked to be stored by the ORM. An index name and a flag to say if index is unique can be added to this. Below is an example of...

ORM Basics: Adjusting SQL Data Types

Using overrides to the [crayon-5c13b3bcc9e53746193872-i/] attribute, you can set what database type is used to store a field. For more information on writing ORM types see ORM Basics.   Here is an...

ORM Basics

ORM Base Classes There are three ORM base classes that you can inherit from in order to create an ORM object. They are as follows: [crayon-5c13b3bcc9021328940678-i/] - adds logical delete functionality to...

Using Simple ORM Objects

Typesafe vs. non typesafe ORM accessors   There are two classes that represent access to the ORM storage ORM<T> DynamicORM   The difference between these classes is the generic one...

Creating Custom Folder Entities

Custom Folder Entities are special objects that can 'reside' in a Decisions folder. If you are just looking to easily store data in a table a simple ORM object (described i) may be all you need. However,...