tedia2sql 0.86 Released
- From: Tim Ellis <Tim Ellis gamet com>
- To: dia-list gnome org, pgsql-admin postgresql org
- Subject: tedia2sql 0.86 Released
- Date: Mon, 8 Jul 2002 16:28:47 -0700
I know I've posted about 7 release announcements for tedia2sql, but
features keep getting added! I'll try to keep announcements down to an
every-other-week frequency from now on.
Again, quick tedia2sql summary: Dia UML diagrams converted to SQL DDL for
Postgres, Oracle, DB2, Sybase. Others added as interest is shown. Homepage
at http://tedia2sql.tigris.org -- DBAs should be excited.
Jesus Sandoval writes:
"Very helpful tool tedia2sql, I'm beginning to use it (very easy to
install and use in my redhat 7.3 Linux, everything it needs is already
installed), I use it for Postgresql."
It appears if you run a later Redhat system (and I would assume a Mandrake
system as well), the prerequisites for tedia2sql are already installed.
The latest tedia2sql includes ability to add "RDBMS-specific" SQL,
specifically to allow creation of sequences. This functionality is
generic: you can specify "add this SQL for Postgres and Oracle, but add
that SQL for Sybase and DB2."
At this point, you can create a Dia diagram to give you:
1. Database schema w/ PK and FK statements
2. Insert statements to fill tables with initial data
3. Extra DB constructs like sequences or special stored procs
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