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DbDesigner preview2

From: Mihnea Balta <mihnea(at)apollo(dot)tomrad(dot)ro>
To: pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: DbDesigner preview2
Date: 2001-06-13 22:14:07
Message-ID: 20010614011407.A24689@apollo.tomrad.ro (view raw or flat)
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DbDesigner is a useful tool for constructing databases in an intuitive
and easy-to-use environment, where you have a visual representation of 
the tables and relations contained in your project. You can quickly see 
the fields in a table or how each table relates to the others. After you 
are finished, it can export the schema of the database into an .sql script,
or directly connect to a database backend and build it there. It can also 
import already existing databases from .sql scripts or db backends. It can 
save your project into its native format (XML) so all information is kept, 
and it has a plugin architecture to be easily extensible to work with many 
database servers (it comes with 2 plugins for PostgreSQL and MySQL). 

Homepage: http:/dbdesigner.sourceforge.net
Download: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/dbdesigner/dbdesigner-p2.tar.gz
Changelog: http://dbdesigner.sourceforge.net/changelog.txt

What you've read above is standard, "canned" text. The current release
isn't fully functional, as it isn't even a beta version. It is only meant
to give users an ideea of how the final product will look like. Take a look
at the homepage to see what it can and what it can't do at the moment.
Feature suggestions, bug reports and any other kind of feedback are, as usual,
very welcome.

PS: i will be busy for the next couple of weeks (exams) but i will try to
release a fully functional beta version ASAP after that.

Regards,
Mihnea

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