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DeZign for Databases is an intuitive data modeling tool for developers and DBA's that can help you model, create and maintain databases. The software uses entity relationship diagrams (ERDs, data models) to graphically design databases and automatically generates the most popular databases (Oracle, MS SQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL,...).
DeZign for Databases offers a sophisticated visual data modeling environment for database development that makes your database development process much easier. The tool reduces faults in database development and improves your productivity. You can visualize database structures to understand your database, create new databases or reverse-engineer existing databases to modify, document, analyze, and optimize.
The tool is extremely easy to use. Whether you are a beginner or an expert database modeler, you will find your way in the tool very easily. DeZign for Databases provides all the features you expect in a professional database modeling and design tool.
Visual Database Modeling
Entity Relationship Diagramming. DeZign for Databases uses entity relationship diagrams (ERDs) to graphically design databases. In your diagram you can visually make a design using entities, relationships, subcategories, group boxes and text blocks. Entity symbols are used to define database table structures, including details about columns (attributes), primary keys, null, unique, foreign keys, domains, check constraints, .... Relationships are drawn between entities and can include a name, abbreviation, description and the cardinalities (zero, one, many, ...). The diagram editor user interface fully supports drag-and-drop of entities, relationships, subcategories, group boxes and text blocks.
Industry standard design notations. You can draw your entity relationship diagram (ERD) based on data modeling notations defined by IDEF1X or Crow's Foot (Information Engineering).
Multiple display modes. The software will display model information at various levels. These display modes can be used at various stages of model development or can be used to convey model information in abstract or in varying depths of detail.
Pan and zoom window. Quickly navigate around large diagrams with the Pan and Zoom window. This window gives you a "birds-eye" view of your diagrams.
ER-Modeling. DeZign for Databases supports the ER-modeling techniques. Some advanced features like N:M-relationships (many-to-many relationships) and sub categories (inheritance) are also supported. "DeZign for Databases" will take care of the translation of the ER-Diagram (your database design) to the physical database.
Forward engineering. DeZign for Databases can generate databases directly from your data models (ER-diagrams). For SQL databases, the SQL DDL scripts to create your database will be generated. For non SQL databases, the physical database files will be generated directly. You can control what will be generated. Generate individual parts of your model. Generate tables, foreign keys, indexes, domains, sequences, procedures, triggers and views.
reverse engineer a database
Reverse engineering. Derive a graphical data model from existing databases, for both relational and big data platforms. You can import an existing database by connecting to the database directly or by importing a SQL DDL script. Your complete database will be imported including tables, foreign keys, sequences, triggers, procedures and views. While reverse engineering, the software analyzes the database to find relationships not expressly defined in the database.
Our data modeling product offers bi-directional compare and synchronize functionality for all synchronization use cases: model-to-database, model-to-script, database-to-model, script-to-model, model-to-model. When any change is made to either the model or database, DeZign for Databases provides a comprehensive comparison of all differences. Changes can be moved from model-to-database or database-to-model. With the comparison options you can control what will be seen as a difference.
If you need to develop large models with many modelers, you might prefer to store your model in a (server-based) repository database. The Datanamic Repository is a central repository database to store your data models. With the Datanamic Repository more than one user can work on the same data model. You can connect to the Datanamic Repository with the Expert Edition of DeZign for Databases.
Diagram management. DeZign for Databases extends your modeling power with subdiagrams. A project is a set of one or more subdiagrams that contains the specification of an entire data model. You can break a large or complex model into smaller, easier to maintain subdiagrams.
Object browser. Rather than presenting a picture of the model in the traditional diagram window manner, the Object Browser provides an organized, ordered view of the model and its contents. You can create, navigate and modify a model in the Object Browser.
Labeling. Organize the objects in your project into meaningful groups with labels. This way you can quickly and easily filter and report on the data that is of most interest to you.
DeZign for Databases provides flexible, customizable reporting and printing capabilities.
HTML, MS Word and PDF reports. You can generate HTML, MS Word and PDF formatted reports for easy deployment of design information. Several reports with different levels of detail can be generated. Optionally the diagram(s) can be inserted as a picture.
Export diagram as image. The diagram itself can be printed or exported as a png, bitmap, jpeg-image, gif-image or windows metafile.
Better Database Designs
Our tool is meant to speed up and simplify the creation of database designs and to minimize human errors. The software helps with creating correct data definition language (DDL) and increases your chances to create a high-performance database. Good database design lessens the maintenance efforts and decreases probability of failures.
Model validation. You can validate a model for errors any time during the design process. During validation, the tool checks to make sure the elements in your data model are correct and complete.
Automatic foreign key migration. Our data modeling tool supports the logical and physical data-level from a single specification achieved by using automatic foreign key migration at design-time.
A modification to a property of a relationship or to a primary key will automatically affect foreign keys.
Domains. Domains are reusable user-defined types or "attribute templates" that promote consistent domain definitions. You construct a domain by specifying a name, datatype, default value and validation rules. Afterwards, you can reuse them in your data model by applying them to attributes.
Attribute packages. Attribute packages are pre-defined, reusable sets of attributes that promote consistent attribute definitions. You can share attribute packages between data models/projects.
Name templates. The name templates editor lets you create naming rules for entities, relationships and constraints that can be reused across the model.
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