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Posted almost 9 years ago by John Currier
SchemaSpy analyzes database metadata to reverse engineer dynamic Entity Relationship (ER) diagrams. It works with just about any JDBC-compliant database (Oracle/MySQL/DB2/SQL Server/PostgreSQL/Sybase/etc) and can identify Ruby on Rails ... [More] relationships. Highlights of Release 5.0.0: - Added SQL to query view details for MySQL databases. - On the tables tab you can now view tables and views separately as well as hide comments. - The columns page has been trimmed down to help resolve loading issues on large (e.g. 20,000 table) schemas. - Support for z/OS-based DB2 systems. - New option to exclude specific tables based on a regular expressions. - New -gv option to no longer require finding Graphviz on the path. - Now shows details about foreign key constraint deletion rules: cascade on delete, null on delete and restrict delete. - Added hooks to allow for custom formatting of view SQL. - Now treats DB2 Materialized Query Tables (MQTs) as views. - New -logLevel option to display verbose details of program flow. - New option to prompt for password so it doesn't appear on the process's command line. - New -noviews option that causes SchemaSpy exclude all views from its analysis. - Many additional bugs were fixed. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by John Currier
SchemaSpy analyzes database metadata to reverse engineer dynamic Entity Relationship (ER) diagrams. It works with just about any JDBC-compliant database (Oracle/MySQL/DB2/SQL Server/PostgreSQL/Sybase/etc) and can identify Ruby on Rails relationships. ... [More] Highlights of Release 5.0.0: - Added SQL to query view details for MySQL databases. - On the tables tab you can now view tables and views separately as well as hide comments. - The columns page has been trimmed down to help resolve loading issues on large (e.g. 20,000 table) schemas. - Support for z/OS-based DB2 systems. - New option to exclude specific tables based on a regular expressions. - New -gv option to no longer require finding Graphviz on the path. - Now shows details about foreign key constraint deletion rules: cascade on delete, null on delete and restrict delete. - Added hooks to allow for custom formatting of view SQL. - Now treats DB2 Materialized Query Tables (MQTs) as views. - New -logLevel option to display verbose details of program flow. - New option to prompt for password so it doesn't appear on the process's command line. - New -noviews option that causes SchemaSpy exclude all views from its analysis. - Many additional bugs were fixed. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by johncu...@users.sourceforge.net (John Currier)
SchemaSpy analyzes database metadata to reverse engineer dynamic Entity Relationship (ER) diagrams. It works with just about any JDBC-compliant database (Oracle/MySQL/DB2/SQL Server/PostgreSQL/Sybase/etc) and can identify Ruby on Rails relationships.
Posted over 10 years ago by John Currier
SchemaSpy analyzes schema metadata, letting you click through the hierarchy of your tables' parent/child relationships either via entity-relationship diagrams or through HTML tables. It works with just about any RDBMS given an appropriate JDBC ... [More] driver. SchemaSpy also identifies several common schema anomalies. SchemaSpy is available at http://schemaspy.sourceforge.net/ and currently supports Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, MySQL, Firebird, PostgreSQL, HSQLDB, Informix, Sybase, MaxDB, Firebird and Derby (JavaDB).You can browse a sample of its output at http://schemaspy.sourceforge.net/sample/ Release 4.1.1 is a bug patch release resolving issues with the extends directive as well as null IDs on DB2 views. [Less]
Posted over 10 years ago by johncu...@users.sourceforge.net (John Currier)
SchemaSpy analyzes schema metadata, letting you click through the hierarchy of your tables' parent/child relationships either via entity-relationship diagrams or through HTML tables. It works with just about any RDBMS given an appropriate JDBC ... [More] driver. SchemaSpy also identifies several common schema anomalies. SchemaSpy is available at http://schemaspy.sourceforge.net/ and currently supports Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, MySQL, Firebird, PostgreSQL, HSQLDB, Informix, Sybase, MaxDB, Firebird and Derby (JavaDB).You can browse a sample of its output at http://schemaspy.sourceforge.net/sample/ (0 comments) [Less]
Posted over 10 years ago by johncu...@users.sourceforge.net (John Currier)
SchemaSpy analyzes schema metadata, letting you click through the hierarchy of your tables' parent/child relationships either via entity-relationship diagrams or through HTML tables. It works with just about any RDBMS given an appropriate JDBC ... [More] driver. SchemaSpy also identifies several common schema anomalies. SchemaSpy is available at http://schemaspy.sourceforge.net/ and currently supports Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, MySQL, Firebird, PostgreSQL, HSQLDB, Informix, Sybase, MaxDB, Firebird and Derby (JavaDB).You can browse a sample of its output at http://schemaspy.sourceforge.net/sample/ (0 comments) [Less]
Posted over 10 years ago by John Currier
SchemaSpy analyzes schema metadata, letting you click through the hierarchy of your tables' parent/child relationships either via entity-relationship diagrams or through HTML tables. It works with just about any RDBMS given an appropriate JDBC ... [More] driver. SchemaSpy also identifies several common schema anomalies. SchemaSpy is available at http://schemaspy.sourceforge.net/ and currently supports Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, MySQL, Firebird, PostgreSQL, HSQLDB, Informix, Sybase, MaxDB, Firebird and Derby (JavaDB).You can browse a sample of its output at http://schemaspy.sourceforge.net/sample/ Release 4.1.1 is a bug patch release resolving issues with the extends directive as well as null IDs on DB2 views. [Less]
Posted almost 11 years ago by John Currier
SchemaSpy analyzes schema metadata, letting you click through the hierarchy of your tables' parent/child relationships either via entity-relationship diagrams or through HTML tables. It works with just about any RDBMS given an appropriate JDBC ... [More] driver. SchemaSpy also identifies several common schema anomalies. SchemaSpy is available at http://schemaspy.sourceforge.net/ and currently supports Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, MySQL, Firebird, PostgreSQL, HSQLDB, Informix, Sybase, MaxDB, Firebird and Derby (JavaDB). You can browse a sample of its output at http://schemaspy.sourceforge.net/sample/ Highlights of Release 4.1.0: - Can now fully evaluate Ruby on Rails databases that associate foreign keys to primary tables/keys with a translation of singular to plural form. - Resolved a bug where SchemaSpy was using incorrect entity relationship diagram notation. - Added a new import directive to database configuration files to be able to reuse complex SQL (or other settings) from configurations not in the normal inheritance tree. - Added support for MS SQL Server 2005 with jTDS driver, including column comment retrieval for all of the MS SQL databases. - Can now specify database connection properties on the command line. - New sso option to support single sign-on databases. [Less]
Posted almost 11 years ago by johncu...@users.sourceforge.net (John Currier)
SchemaSpy analyzes schema metadata, letting you click through the hierarchy of your tables' parent/child relationships either via entity-relationship diagrams or through HTML tables. It works with just about any RDBMS given an appropriate JDBC driver. SchemaSpy also identifies several common schema anomalies. (0 comments)
Posted almost 11 years ago by johncu...@users.sourceforge.net (John Currier)
SchemaSpy analyzes schema metadata, letting you click through the hierarchy of your tables' parent/child relationships either via entity-relationship diagrams or through HTML tables. It works with just about any RDBMS given an appropriate JDBC driver. SchemaSpy also identifies several common schema anomalies. (0 comments)