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Re: RDBMS 'Pretty' Schema

by diotalevi (Canon)
on Jan 07, 2003 at 03:31 UTC ( #224838=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to RDBMS 'Pretty' Schema

The closest finished script to what you asked for is PostgreSQL AutoDoc. I've used it for a Green Party database over here PNG (300K with color), Dia (10K, editable). The key here is you'll have to move everything all around so it fits nice. Incidentally - if anyone here wants to comment on the linked diagram then you're very welcome.

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Re: Re: RDBMS 'Pretty' Schema
by graff (Chancellor) on Jan 07, 2003 at 03:55 UTC
    Is it just me, or is there something wrong with how the "orgpeoplemembership" box was drawn? Apart from that, it seems to work nicely -- it's awfully big, but then so is the schema... (I guess I would have preferred a different way to draw the lines and arrow symbols for the foreign-key dependencies -- having the lines look more like those in the OP's image, extending horizontally from each box where the field in question in printed -- but that's just a nit-pick.)

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[Eily]: marto oh ok, since normally it would have been 1, which is odd as well, I didn't think this was what you were refering to
[Eily]: what? Does that mean we can't blame LanX when he's there?
[marto]: but 5 in total, is odd, where as 10 is even
[marto]: sure, we can blame LanX when he is around, but he is more likely to moan about it :P
[Eily]: there's 6 in total though :P
[Eily]: unless LanX did something to maths when I wasn't looking

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