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customers data are covered by strict company rules. So for me NDA is in effect. You can create service request or zip the design and send it to me.
I don't need the whole design, just a slice of it that will allow to reproduce the problem.
How to create a slice:
- create a subview and put some objects in it;
- export to "Data Modeler Design" - select only the subview created in previous step;
- open the new design and export to CSV - if problem exists then the slice is good for testing.
Turns out I was getting an error in my log file when the export to csv was run:
2013-01-29 09:21:09,170 [Thread-23] ERROR CSVExporter - Error Exporting to CSV:
java.lang.RuntimeException: rdbmsName not known: SQL Server 2008
at oracle.dbtools.crest.model.design.LogicalDatatype.createDataType(Unknown Source)
at oracle.dbtools.crest.exports.csv.EHLogicalToNative.Export(Unknown Source)
at oracle.dbtools.crest.exports.csv.CSVExporter$Runner.run(Unknown Source)
I had forgotten that the design I was working with had actually come from reverse engineering a SQL Server database.
From that Philip was able to surmise that my Default System types directory was pointing to a directory with an old defaultRDBMSSites.xml file (pre-3.3EA) which did not have SQL Server 2008 defined. Once I pointed the directory to the current file, everything worked fine.
So not a bug, just a bad setting. User error. :-)