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Posted Jul 23, 2003

DeZign for Databases 3: Database Design Made Easy

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Datanamic Solutions B.V.]

Hazerswoude - 21 July 2003 - Datanamic Solutions B.V. today announced DeZign for Databases V3, a significant upgrade to its powerful, easy-to-use database design and modeling product. This new release offers powerful sub-diagram management facilities, a complete new look and feel, many new and enhanced modeling features, a new scripting engine and support for stored procedures and triggers. DeZign for Databases is a database development tool using an entity relationship diagram. It provides full support for ER-modeling (Entity-Relationship) techniques. DeZign for Databases visually supports the layout of entities and relationships and automatically generates most popular SQL and desktop databases.

DeZign for Databases supports the logical and physical data-level from a single specification achieved by using automatic foreign key migration at design-time. DeZign for Databases will display model information at various levels. These display modes can be used at various stages of model development or for conveying model information in abstract form or varying depths of detail. Reports generated by DeZign for Databases can be used to convey complex designs in simplified format to managers at various management levels.

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