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CASE Studio 2 version 2.18 has been released!

Posted on 2004-11-25

CHARONWARE, s.r.o. is pleased to announce that a new version of CASE Studio 2 version 2.18 has been released.

CASE Studio 2 allows database designers and developers to visualy create and maintain Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERD) and Data Flow Diagrams (DFD) and generate SQL scripts for various databases automatically.

The new version includes more than 80 significant improvements.

Here's some brief information on support for PostreSQL 8.0

  • Possibility to create Entity relationship


  • Automatic SQL script generation

  • Reverse engineering of existing database


  • The PostreSQL specifics supported

  • Comments to tables, columns, domains, types

and indexes supported. Empty descriptions can

be generated as NULL.

  • New Trigger functions text object "Trigger functions" has been added (in comparison to version 7.4)

  • and many more...

System requirements:

Operating system: Windows 95+IE4/98/Me/NT/2000/XP

HDD: min 16 MB

RAM: min 64 MB, 128 MB recommended

Graphic card of an efficient power.

Pricing and availability:

Prices for CASE Studio 2 start at 165 EUR.

Additional licenses are sold at a reduced price.

We offer discounts to Universities and other educational institutions (up to 60%)

You can purchase the software on-line, directly via our web site at:


Useful links:

To learn more about CASE Studio 2 version 2.18, please visit:


The CS2 demo version 2.18 is available on:


A note: The demo version is for free. You can also test it as long as you need.

To see how CASE Studio 2 works in action, feel free to download the instructional movies:


To learn about CHARONWARE and its products, please visit:


In case of any questions, please feel free to send us a message to: sales@casestudio.com

We would be very happy to provide more information on CS2.


Vladimira Sikorova &

CASE Studio 2 team


Ulehlova 267/5, 70030 Ostrava, Czech Republic

http://www.casestudio.com - Data modeling tools

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