[TriLUG] Data Modeling Tools
mrkevinj at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 30 13:20:30 EDT 2007
I haven't personally tried this, but it looks pretty interesting: http://ondras.zarovi.cz/sql/
----- Original Message ----
From: Glenn Starling <GJStarling at charter.net>
To: Triangle Linux Users Group discussion list <trilug at trilug.org>
Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2007 11:03:37 AM
Subject: [TriLUG] Data Modeling Tools
I'm designing a a new database application with about 30 tables. What
back-end design tools do you use and/or recommend? Database will be
MySQL 5.0 running on Ubuntu. At this stage, switching to PostgreSQL
would not be out of the question if there was a good reason.
The design tools I have tried (MySQL Navigator, MySQL Query Browser,
Workbench, Ferret) all seem to be weak compared to Erwin and some of the
ones that come with Oracle, SQL Server, and Access. Some support for
stored procedures and stored functions is mandatory. Naturally, there
is a strong preference toward open source.
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