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Support Oracle Database

Eugene 12 months ago updated by l.herrera.garnica 2 months ago 12

Please vote If you are interested in Oracle Database to be supported in SqlDbm 


Print OR Export database diagram to PDF/PNG

Support 2 years ago updated by bi-sync 1 month ago 72

User should be able to print or export database diagram.


Add support for SQLite

cyber.sinh 11 months ago updated by Olesya 11 months ago 1

SQLite is a very popular SQL engine.


PostgreSQL Reverse Engineering

Eugene 11 months ago updated by Support 8 months ago 12


Released new version of SqlDBM with support of PostgreSQL Reverse Engineering.

Enjoy Data Modelling :-)

Thank you for you support and patience.



Olesya 2 years ago updated 10 months ago 14

Postgres as the next support SQL language

Olesya 10 months ago

Now SqlDBM supports PostgreSQL, try it

Thank you for your assistance,

SqlDBM Team


​Organize diagram automatically​ in one click (Auto Layout)

kessler.oliveira 2 years ago updated by Support 6 months ago 14

Organize diagram automatically in one click

Support 6 months ago

We have pushed new version with our first cut of Auto layout. Happy Data Modelling!


Team - SqlDBM


Naming Convention Template (Primary Key, Foreign Key, Index Names etc)

Support 2 years ago updated by cparis 8 months ago 20

It would be nice to have "Naming Conventions Template feature", using which user can provide template of how to name certain objects of the database. For example:
Primary Key: [TableName]Id  - "Student" table will have StudentId
Index: IX_[TableName]_[ColumnName]


Add support for views and functions

Julian Utting 2 years ago updated by scooke 5 months ago 6

A typical project involves many database objects besides tables. Being able to add views and (at least scalar) functions to the schema would be a massive boon in sketching out a database structure.



Olesya 2 years ago updated by chris.soule 2 months ago 7

One feature that we feel is a bit missing is the cardinality information on the joins (0,1,n), it does help in the visibility of the diagram. 


Relationship lines moving

Olesya 2 years ago updated by RS 1 year ago 7

The ability to move the relationship lines would be great. Right now lines will cross or go behind another table, making the diagram difficult to read.