Thanks for pointing this out. Just created a bug report:
> I noticed another quirk in capitalization that gets funky during
> database schema re-engineering.
> My table names are in the form: "PatientExam"
> Again, the DB Entity is named "PatientExam", but the Obj Entity is named
> Please look into this when you look into the column case mods. Hopefully
> it is the same chunk of code and easily repaired.
> Dave Paules
> Quantum Leap Innovations
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andrus Adamchik [mailto:andru..bjectstyle.org]
> Sent: Friday, February 21, 2003 11:09 AM
> To: cayenne-use..bjectstyle.org
> Subject: Re: Obj Entity loses capitilization on attributes
>> Hi all,
>> Using Cayenne 1.0a6.
>> When I reverse engineer my db schema, all DB Entities have the correct
>> capitalization for columns. In other words, if a column in my Patient
>> table is "lastName", then the DB Entity Patient also has an attribute
>> "lastName", however the Obj Entity Patient loses the capitalization
>> and has attribute "lastname"
>> Is there a configuration or setting that is causing this? I upgraded
>> from a previous version of Cayenne (1.0a5). Is it possible some local
>> preference file is funky?
> No, I suspect this is a bug in the algorithm used. Basically we mostly
> handled naming conversion in the form "abc_xyz_123", but DbAttributes
> capitalized correctly in the beginning are probably messed up by this
> procedure. Need to submit this as a bug...
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