This option is avaible in the Model menu | Schema/Owner Assignment.
It allows you to assign schema/owner to your model at one jump or remove existing schema from your model at one jump.
In the Select Schema/Owner/Database box, you will see all schemas, users, owners… available in your model.
(Schema, user, owner, database - database dependent issues.)
Let’s say you reversed your Oracle model and would like to add a user to entities, and procedures. Now you don’t have to edit each entity/procedure one by one, but can simply use the Schema/Owner/Database Assignment function :
- Select particular user from the Select Schema/Owner/Database. (The user must exist in your model. In Oracle model, you can define users in Model menu | Users).
- Select particular types of objects - so, e.g. entities and procedures.
- Press Execute.
Result: The particular user will be assigned to entities and procedures within a while.
E.g. Edit an entity and see the General tab | User/Schema box - the particular user will be there.
Via this dialog, you can also remove schema/owner/database. You will just select --none-- item from the Select Schema/Owner/Database box and press Execute.
Note: This new feature is not in the Manual/Help. The docs are being updated at the moment and will be available for official release 3.1. Thanks.
If you have any questions, please write me back. Thanks.