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arschr
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# Posted on: 14-Mar-2019 14:35:53. Goto attachments  
There are a number of messages from Validate that tell you what is "wrong" but don't tell you what object is wrong. see screen snapshot

For example:
You have 1 unmapped table ..... Expand for options

My 2 choices perform an reverse engineer action, but I don't know what I am reverse engineering if I do this.

Seems to me the message or action should tell me what it is going to act on.


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# Posted on: 14-Mar-2019 21:37:20.  
When you click the perform button it opens a window with those tables unchecked for you to pick and reverse engineer.

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# Posted on: 14-Mar-2019 22:36:58.  
OK, fair enough.
I wasn't brave enough to click perform, since I wasn't sure I wanted to perform the reverse engineering and didn't know that perform would give me a chance to back out.
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# Posted on: 15-Mar-2019 07:21:21.  
arschr wrote:
OK, fair enough.
I wasn't brave enough to click perform, since I wasn't sure I wanted to perform the reverse engineering and didn't know that perform would give me a chance to back out.

Yes, it's just a warning, not an error. So it's up to you to reverse engineer those tables if you want them to be in your Entity Model Regular Smiley


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# Posted on: 15-Mar-2019 09:37:19.  
It might indeed be a little unclear. We opted for the single option, and not a lot of options, one per element type.
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