Oracle Spatial Object types in Designer 6

Hi all,
I'm trying to design a database that uses the new Oracle Spatial Object types (MDSYS.SDO_GEOMETRY) etc. I have been able to capture the object types from Oracle8i but when i try to save the design in the repository it fails. I am assuming that the version of Oracle Designer I am using does not support MDSYS.SDO_GEOMETRY. Is this correct and if so what version of Designer should I be using?
Martin

Hi Saso,
I'm sorry I don't have any help for you but maybe yo can answer a question for me relating to sdo_geometry. I'm trying to capture a database schema which contains tables with sdo_geometry columns & this fails because I don't have that object defined.
So how do I access the Oracle Object Types branch to define MDSYS.SDO_GEOMETRY? Is it in the object navigator or designer?
Thanks,
Jim Greetham

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