DrYSG wrote on 09.01.2012 16:46:
> Now that I have PostGreSQL, PostGIS installed, I wanted to try out some ERD
> tools to see what is happening inside of it (20M records, 20 tables).
> I stumbled on this open source tool: http://www.sqlpower.ca/page/architect
> which looks simple enough, and has lot of features, screenshots, and video
> But I was curious if you have something else that you recommend for looking
> at PostGreSQL databases.
> Here is the PostGreSQL wiki where I found it:
> I would not mind if we had to pay $100 - $200 for a tool either, it does not
> have to be free.
> Another one that looks interesting is RISE:
> I am also looking at the DEVART tools (dotConnect for PostGreSQL) and I like
> it a lot.
> Has anyone tried this? Does it provide ERD tools?
Another nice tool with a reasonable price is DbWrench:
Btw: the name is spelled PostgreSQL (the g is lower case)
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