Data modeler, error when exporting to csv files

hi, i have a relational model and i need to export this model to csv files, when exporting the model it errors,
displaying the following error nmessage:
Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler Version: 2.0.0 Build: 584
Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler Export Log
Date and Time: 2010-09-21 15:17:17
Design Name: Diagram
Model Name: CSV
Export Finished
Errors: 1
Warnings:0
<<<<< ERRORS >>>>>
java.lang.NullPointerException
the issue is a file is missing when exporting proccess is done, the file is DM_CommentsRDBMS.csv, this file contains the commens of columns.
Thanks.

Hi,
I logged bug however information is not enough to locate the problem.
You can use export to reporting schema in order to get your model exported - in database in that case.
We are not going to extend "export to CSV file" functionality any further - it'll be as it is now.
Philip

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