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Visual database structure browser for postgresql?

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Hello

I am looking for something like visual database structure browser. I
need to see all tables and relations beetween them. Something like
"Relations" window in Microsoft database products (ex. msaccess).

I have to work with complicated database and i need to understand fast
how it works.

Greetings,

Bart

Nov 11 '05 #1
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> I am looking for something like visual database structure browser. I
need to see all tables and relations beetween them. Something like
"Relations" window in Microsoft database products (ex. msaccess)


Hi,

Try dbVisualizer: http://www.minq.se/products/dbvis/

You can view the relations, but cannot save the view though (it's in
the works apparently).

Cheers.

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Nov 11 '05 #2

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Take a look at:

http://www.datanamic.com/

the two products you'll need are the importer and dezign

Bart wrote:
Hello

I am looking for something like visual database structure browser. I
need to see all tables and relations beetween them. Something like
"Relations" window in Microsoft database products (ex. msaccess).

I have to work with complicated database and i need to understand fast
how it works.

Greetings,

Bart
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Nov 11 '05 #3

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Hello Bart,

please feel free to try our CASE Studio 2

http://www.casestudio.com

this database design tool allows you to reverse
engineer already existing database structures
and display all the tables, relationships etc.
Of course, you can generate SQL scripts and/or
very detailed HTML/RTF reports also.
The demo version has no time limitation and
you can load and browse whole the structure
at once.

Regards,

Vaclav Frolik
CHARONWARE, s.r.o.
Nov 11 '05 #4

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