Le 11/11/2010 18:58, Rob Sargent a écrit :

On 11/11/2010 09:50 AM, Aram Fingal wrote:
A while back, I thought I remembered seeing a Mac OS X client for PostgreSQL which had a feature where it would display a graphic schema of whatever database you connect to but I can't seem to find it again (web searching.) I did come across one post which said that this was a planned feature for pgAdmin. I need to do a formal schema of a database which I have in development and it would be nice to have an automated tool, whether it connects to the database or uses SQL table definition code to generate graphics. Is there such a thing? if not, what do you all use? OpenOffice Draw? OmniGraffle?

DbVisualizer has a free and a commercial release and can do a decent job
of diagramming a schema. Nothing compared to Embarcadaro, put not as
pricey either.
I actually use DBVisualizer when I need to get a graphical view of an
existing database.

BTW, this is a planned feature of pgAdmin. We have an interesting patch
from a GSoC student (Luis Ochoa), but it still needs (a lot of) work. I
still hope to include it for the next release.

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