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From "Peter Arnold" <parn...@paec.cl>
Subject RE: New question how can I get the Entity model
Date Tue, 08 Sep 2015 15:05:28 GMT
Hi Barou,

What you are looking for is available in OFBiz out of the box.
The related entity is: "CreatedByUserLogin"
Furthermore there is also a relation to entity "LastModifiedByUserLogin"

To investigate the current data model implemented in your version use
WebTools Entity Engine.
Go to the product entity and see for available data and related entities.
With help of the entity engine you can check all relations from and to the
Product entity.
So by verifying with this tool you can be sure if the required relation
exists or not. (Actually it does)

Also in the entity engine you can search for all products created by a
certain user by going to the "Product" entity and then writing the userID
into the field "CreatedByUserLogin" and then hit the FIND button. All
products created by that user are then displayed.

Under the following link you find some diagrams of the data model for rough
Even though these files are not updated they match in most parts.

For further description of the data model you should consider to buy:
The Data Model Resource Book Volume 1 by Len Silverston. See:



-----Mensaje original-----
De: Barou [mailto:ZSBarou@gmail.com] 
Enviado el: martes, 08 de septiembre de 2015 8:56
Para: user@ofbiz.apache.org
Asunto: New question how can I get the Entity model

I have been trying Ofbiz over a week now.
I am looking for the entity model to se the realtion between user-products
tables I want to find the relation from user table to product table if it
with user login id in my hand I will like to read all the records hi has
created in the product db.

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