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Re: Reverse engineering PG database

From: Flower Sun <sun_2002_flower(at)yahoo(dot)com>
To: gearond(at)cvc(dot)net, Paul Rosenberg <paul(dot)rosenberg(at)usa(dot)net>
Cc: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Reverse engineering PG database
Date: 2003-03-27 23:27:22
Message-ID: 20030327232722.49751.qmail@web14608.mail.yahoo.com (view raw or flat)
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1. Dezign from http://www.datanamic.com/  $149-- My evaluation result: It's not good to use at all. 2. ER diagrammer from http://www.keeptool.com/en/products.html  $210-- Oracle only. 3. Case Studio 2 from http://www.casestudio.com/enu/  $329-- My evaluation result: The ER diagram picture is not nice. And not good at use. They even don't provide full functional version at trial days. 4. ER/Studio from http://www.embarcadero.com/products/erstudio/index.asp  pricing information is not posted on web. 5. QDesigner from quest around 700$Good to use with Postgresql as well as other RDBMS.  6. AllFusion Erwin Data Modeler from Computer associateGood to use with Postgresql as well as other RDBMS.     Dennis Gearon <gearond(at)cvc(dot)net> wrote:Try the company:

http://www.datanamic.com/

Paul Rosenberg wrote:
> We are looking for a DB design program which can reverse engineer a PG
> database. We want to use this to create revised documentation for the
> database after changes are made. PG outputs a creation SQL script
> which uses triggers to define foreign keys and this seems to be
> unusual and has caused a problem with one software.
> 
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