>> Anyone know of a good tool for reverse / forward engineering a
>> PostgreSQL database schema diagram? i.e. something that:
>> a) writes the SQL/DDL to create a database given a schema diagram
>> b) creates a schema diagram for an existing database.
>>There's a commercial product that may do something like this here:
>http://www.thekompany.com/products/dataarchitect/>>The reason i thought of the kompany is that they have an open source
>product called kivio which is sort of a clone of visio, but you can write
>modules for it in python...could be used to do this sort of thing, but
>probably have to write the module yourself :)
Looks good, is cheap, but still a very early release. Finding it very
buggy, both the Linux and Windows version. Even after upgrading the ODBC
drivers etc. Are there any others out there? btw, I don't mind paying for
a commercial product to do the job.
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