Database Architect


Database Architect is intended to be a powerful and easy to use tool for designing database schemas.  It provides a visual design mode from which you can create, modify, and relate tables to one another.  Its underyling architecture provides a mechanism by which any network-accessible database can be supported, though the current implementation solely supports PostgreSQL.  It's most compelling feature to date is the ability to point it to any supported database and have it automatically construct a fully editable visual Database Architect representation -- complete with foreign key connections automatically established.

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System Requirements:
Here is a sample of a decoded database.  This is a web based BLOG I was developing for a relative.  I had created the database schema by hand via psql, and decoded it into Database Architect specifically as an example for this page.  Click on the thumbnail to get the full size image (1280x1024 PNG about 50K):



Database Architect is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 3 or, at your option, any later version; it is released with the hope that you may find it useful, but all disclaimers apply.  Use it at your own risk.  You can find the SourceForge page for Database Architect at http://sourceforge.net/projects/dbarchitect/

Thanks to SourceForge for hosting this project.

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Last modified January 22, 2008.