Removed Support for Defining a Compound Primary Key

Product 21/12/2011 by Jan Petter Bergfjord

Uniqueness for an Object Class is defined by a primary key which uniquely identifies an object occurrence. In previous versions, the key could comprise a single property or a set of properties. A primary key is now restricted to a single property. However, you can still express a compound primary key by defining a calculated Object Class Property.

The change has been verified and approved for all running solutions based on Genus Logix.

This change has also initiated improved handling of Object Classes without a primary key, such as a general ledger entry in an ERP system.