ModelRight Professional 220.127.116.11 | 33.03 MB
Need to design, visualize or document your database?
ModelRight 3 can reverse engineer your existing database to give you a graphical view of it, generate all the SQL statements to create the database, or synchronize your database model with the database to keep your design up to date.
Do you need to control the most detailed aspects of your database?
ModelRight 3 has more complete and in-depth support for your database's (Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL or any via ODBC) most advanced features
ModelRight brings a fresh, new look to database design. It provides an innovative design environment that consists of windows and toolbars that work together to provide a database design environment that is both intuitive and easy to use. If you were writing a document, you wouldn't want to have to endlessly pop up dialogs just to make a change. So why would you want to edit your data model that way? With ModelRight, you don't have to. Simply select the object you want to edit and edit it. Web-like hyperlinks provide an easy way to navigate to related objects. It's a common UI design that provides for better overall ease of use, but only ModelRight makes it available in a database design tool.
ModelRight 3 provides all of these powerful features and many more to help you produce the most complete and effective database designs possible. Whether you are a beginner or an expert database modeler, ModelRight 3 is your answer when you need a database modeling tool that surpasses the “least common denominator” approach taken by others.
ModelRight 3.5 introduces the following features:
1. Support for PostgreSQL – Versions 8.2 and 8.3. ModelRight 3.5 provides in-depth support for PostgreSQL - including many PostgreSQL-specific features like Domains, Composite, Enumerated, and Base Types, Array Dimensions, Table Rules, Tablespaces, Sequences, and Index properties like Fill Factor, Concurrent, Partial Expression, Nulls First, etc...
2. Support for DB2 LUW – Versions 8, 9, and 9.5. ModelRight 3.5 provides in-depth support for DB2 LUW - including many DB2 LUW - specific features like Bufferpools, Database Partition Groups, Security Policy, Materialized Queries, Structured, Distinct, and Array Types, Table spaces, Table and Index physical properties, Structured Tables/Views and Sub-Tables/Views, Computed Columns andD many B2-specific Column properties, Triggers, Synonyms, Sequences, amd Table and Index Paritioning.
3. Support for DB2 for zOS – ModelRight 3.5 will support DB2 for z/OS versions 8 and 9 in an upcoming Build of the ModelRight 3.5 Beta.
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