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pgDesigner.0.0.31 - Datamodel designer for PostgreSQL

Posted on 2006-05-02

Currently it is still in state of development, but it can be used calmly like base for the construction of database.


UPD: Modified the structure of the plan rows xml

(a problem still exists on the loading of

this type of rows, for which if of it it

advices against the use).

BUG: Corrected an error in the creation of the

indices on some versions of PostgreSQL,

during report in format the text.

NEW: The progression of the creation of the report

comes hour visualized on a dialogue window,

that sluice to the term of the function


UPD: Modified and improved the management of the

press of the diagram of the plan.

NEW: The progression of the rescue functions and

loading from rows, the export on rows and the

reverse-engineering, come hour visualized on

a dialogue window, that sluice to the term of

its function comes.

BUG: Corrected the function of loading of the

objects dominion from the database for some

versions of PostgreSQL.

UPD: Modified the names of some form.

UPD: Reorganization of the objects, in particolar

way has been modified the CProject object.

NEW: In the window of management of the press of

the diagram of the plan they have been added

two checkbox, with which single page is

possible to adapt the entire diagram to the

inside of one, and to save the diagram as

rows image (you form to you valid: png, bmp,

GIF, jpg and xpm). The dimensions of the rows

image correspond to the real dimensions of

the entire graphical area; the function

automatically supplies to eliminate the empty

zones to margin, only designing the area

occupied from the objects. Same thing for the

press on single page.

NEW: Program compiled with version 1.9.29 of


For the execution of the program it is necessary to install gambas2 package. Can download gambas from the official site

Last version of pgDesigner is available here:

Last version is 0.0.31

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