When reverse engineering a database using a DDL script, the Filegroup property of entities is ignored and not automatically populated in the General tab of the Entity.
When using a DB connection instead of the DDL script file, the Filegroup dropdown still does not show the Filegroup for the table but it does provide a list of all filegroups on the reverse engineered database.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Reverse engineer database using the following DDL script:
Create PROCEDURE [dbo].[TestProc]
with execute as owner
CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Test](
[col1] [int] NOT NULL,
[col2] [char](2) NOT NULL
) ON [TestFileGroup] -- Filegroup clause
2. After the model is created, double-click the Entity in the Physical Model Explorer.
3. In the Entity Properties dialog, click the 'General' Tab.
The Filegroup Dropdown box in the Data Space frame reads '--Not Specified --' when it should display 'TestFileGroup' as defined in the DDL script.
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