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# Posted on: 16-Dec-2010 16:14:07.  
In v2.0, there was a quick CTRL+SHIFT+U option to refresh the Entities from the database.

With the new designer, a lot more work is required to perform the same task. Some kind of shortcut would be greatly appreciated, if possible!

Regular Smiley

I understand that the 3.0 designer is much more complicated as far as changes to entities, and db versioning, BTW.
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# Posted on: 16-Dec-2010 16:16:29.  
We have planned a cli refresher, which can do what you want, it will come next year. The designer will always force you into the wizard, which is quickly ran through btw (password fill, TAB, space, enter, tab, enter, enter enter, done)

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# Posted on: 16-Dec-2010 16:22:35.  
No plans for a shortcut as an alternative to the wizard?
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# Posted on: 16-Dec-2010 16:46:09.  
JRR wrote:
No plans for a shortcut as an alternative to the wizard?

No, as what would that shortcut do? on the command line, you can only do what settings tell you, in the designer it's different: the steps taken are controllable. You don't have to make any changes, just hit Enter to bypass the step. We decided to not add this to the designer, as it's not a real problem, and if people really want to drive on auto-pilot (but why would you, in many cases you need to de-select/select some element, tell it to pull the resultsets of some proc etc.), they can use the cli refresher we're planning.


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# Posted on: 27-Jan-2011 17:15:19.  
The cli refresher makes a return in v3.1 Regular Smiley It turned out to be really easy to create one, so we've added one for v3.1. It will be added to the beta of v3.1 released tomorrow (friday). Regular Smiley
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# Posted on: 27-Jan-2011 17:37:35.  
Frans, can you put a button or shortcut into your winforms designer application so that the refresher can execute inside of the designer?

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# Posted on: 27-Jan-2011 20:24:53.  
No Regular Smiley

And you also shouldn't want this. The cli refresher is a good tool for when you want all tables/views in a catalog in your project. However when you want fine-grained control, you need another tool. So they both complete each other.
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# Posted on: 27-Jan-2011 20:59:58.  
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And you also shouldn't want this

Shocked -> Dissapointed -> Laugh

Ok!


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