Is there a possibility to run the datamodeler tool from a command line indicating
Not possible now - we have such enhancement request and will add support for that in future releases.
assuming that DM Is not able to compare the code of the packages/packages body from different models or from model with data dictionary,
Is there a way to accomplish this issue by any other way?
You can use SQL Developer for that - http://www.thatjeffsmith.com/archive/2013/10/how-to-compare-plsql-and-sql-in-oracle-sql-developer/
We also will add support for that in future releases of Data Modeler.
it's any possibility to generate the DDL scripts following a defined structure?
i.e: DDL for the Tables in a file called tables.sql into src/main/sql/ddl/ folder and DDL of the views into wiews.sql file in the same directory src/main/sql/ddl/,
or DDL of the sequences in a sequence.sql file into src/main/code/ directory
We'll try to cook up support for that in next release.
first of all thanks for your support,
happy to listen that in the future will be possible to get all my dreams,
I'm really happy with the DM and I have to congratulate you about the advance from the previous versions (I'm using the tool from version 2),
regarding the compare option of the code of the packages,
I checked the link and the compare tool of SQL Developer is good enough to compare between the database object and a file, also is good one to compare between a file and other file,
in more or less all the projects could be more than 20 packages, procedures and functions,
is painful opening one by one file and compare, I can do the same with the subversion tools, not as friendly as with the SQL Developer but all the files at the same time and only taking into account the files with differences,
at this point I should have the packages in files out of the model to be able to compare the code,
maintain two versions of the code for each version (SVN) of the model is crazy and if I drop definitely the packages from the model I will loose the privileges,roles and user configuration really useful in the model,
I guess the possibility to compare the code into the model will be a great reason to convince the rest of my company that is should be our definitive tool for modelling databases.
Thanks Philip for your help again