SSDM - Sibilo Software Development Model

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Developer's Corner - Supported Data Types
  1. Introduction
    1. Overview (N-tier Architecture)
    2. Downloads
  2. Requirements Capture
    1. Natural Language Text to UML
  3. UML Static Data Model
    1. Object / Class
    2. Relationships
    3. Data Type / Enumeration
    4. Supported Data Types
  4. Application Design
    1. Database (UML-DB Mapping)
    2. Business Objects (UML-Class Mapping)
    3. User Interface (UML-User Control Mapping)
  5. Sibilo Software Development Environment (Sibilo.SDE)
    1. Sibilo.SDE User Guide
  6. Sibilo.DBL Programming
    1. Introduction
      1. Background Information
      2. The Clist Class
    2. Core Objects
      1. Common Constructors
      2. Common Destructors
      3. Common Properties
      4. Common Methods
        • Add
        • Update
        • Remove
        • GetDetails
        • Load
        • Equals
      5. Shared Methods
        • GetAll
        • Remove
        • RemoveAll
        • Exists
        • Search
        • ObjectCount
        • CreateInstance
      6. User Defined Attributes
        • AddAttribute
        • RemoveAttribute
        • GetAttributeList
        • GetClassList
        • GetAttribute
        • SetAttribute
    3. Relationships
      1. Overview
      2. One-to-One Relationships
      3. One-to-Many and Many-to-Many Relationships
        • Add
        • Remove
        • RemoveAll
        • Exists
      4. Default Object of a Relationship
        • SetDefault
        • GetDefault

3.4 Supported Data Types

SSDM supports the following data types.

Reference Types

VB.Net

C#

 

System.String

string

 

Value Types

VB.Net

C#

 

System.Boolean

bool

 

System.DateTime

DateTime

 

System.Byte

byte, sbyte

 

System.Int16

int16

 

System.Int32

int32

 

System.Int64

int64

 

System.Single

float

 

System.Long

long, ulong

 

System.Double

double

 

System.Decimal

decimal

 

Extended Types

Extended types are variations of the reference or value types. They are created by adding a prefix to the attribute as follows:

Supported prefixes are

Data Type

Prefix

 

String

Long

Denotes a large text field in the database

String

Crypted

Encrypts the text in the database while saving and decrypts while retrieving