Comparison of Database Tools

Comparison Of Database Tools

The following tables compare general and technical information for a number of available database administrator tools. Please see individual product articles for further information. This article is neither all-inclusive nor necessarily up to date.

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Comparison Of Database Tools - Features - Visual Design and Reverse Engineering
... to draw entity-relationship diagrams for the database ... Reverse engineering - the ability to produce an ER diagram from a database, complete with foreign key relationships Yes - supports incremental reverse engineering ...

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