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Otis
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# Posted on: 16-Jul-2004 14:14:19.  
Btw, the forum is FIXED. I forgot to fix the bug in hte thread listing as well Regular Smiley I also moved the RSS feed buttons a little so it's less messy.
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# Posted on: 16-Dec-2011 15:18:21.  
Hello Otis,
last post was several years ago, I am curious, is there already a template or plugin to download for LLBGen Pro 3.1 that can be used in a LLBLGen Pro project.
E.g. GUI interface for adding tablenames, properties like wanted namespace, enum class name etc.. Then after generation of the code the enum types for the tables are generated.

This would save some time during the build/development of an application.



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daelmo
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# Posted on: 17-Dec-2011 01:45:04.  
Now LLBLGen v3.1 supports Enum Type Import Definition, you just build your enum type assembly, load it into LLBGen Designer and use that enum in your entity fields.

If you want the values of a table to be generated as part of an enum class, that's another story, you should write your own TaskPerformer for that. There is a 3rd party performer written for v2.0, you can take that an migrate to v3.1 if you want. It's downloadable from Customer Area - v2.6 Downloads -> 3rd Party.

P.S. Please don't resurrect old threads, it's preferred to open new ones and just put references to the older.
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# Posted on: 17-Dec-2011 11:01:05.  
Thanks Daelmo,
The 3rd party performer written for v2.0 is for me probably the tool required.


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