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DBScribe for SQL Server 1.4

Publisher:Leadum Software
Platform:Vista, Windows
Requirements:SQL Server 7 or later, SQL Server client-side tools, MDAC 2.6(ADO 2.6) or later, 15MB HDD, 128MB RAM
Install:Install and Uninstall
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Publisher's Description:

DBScribe for SQL Server - DBScribe is a SQL Server sql documentation tool that creates precise technical documentation of every detail of a database schema in just seconds.

It supports:

- a rich set of documentation style and output formats (HTML, CHM, MS Word Document)

- wizard and command line interfaces

- complete database structure documenting

- all SQL object types, their details and properties

- custom documentation profile

- DDL code for all objects documented

DBScribe helps you to:

- Dramatically reduce time and cost necessary to document your databases

- Avoid document updating and synchronization after database changes

- Manage your product/solution knowledgebase

- Optimize communication between your IT team members: database administrators, developers, testers and technical writers

- Increase your customer satisfaction by providing comprehensive, professional looking database documentation

List of Changes:

Version 1.2 from 2007-12-14


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Latest User Reviews:

Chuck 2008-08-07 20:42:31 #
Version: 1.2

DBScribe Review

Hmmm... other than some erratic behavior and performance that seems a bit slow, I rather like this tool. It pulls everything, and puts it into a nicely linked HTML file - which works quite well. I notice that it doesn't save reliably in other formats (it does four formats - HTML, web, Word, and Compiled Help Module (CHM). A few strange quirks - it defaults to selecting all databases on the target server, rather than none. It insists that you enter the full file path for the output document, even if it shows it's selected a particular destination folder. And, it works best if you reboot before you even try running it (Windows, what do you want?). Otherwise, a very good tool.

dba1028 2008-03-06 07:16:41 #
Version: 1.2


Kept getting errors when trying to create the documentation.

Author's Response:
Please send error details to [support at]

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