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allow different notations for schemas

shulkmaster 3 years ago updated by Alaclis 9 months ago 7 1 duplicate

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Dear User,

Good news, new version with Crow's foot notation is available.


Support Team - SqlDBM

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Dear user,

currently SqlDBM support only IDEF1X notation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IDEF1X

Circle means "many" cardinality. No circle means "one". 

We have an idea to add different notations https://sqldbm.userecho.com/communities/1/topics/221-allow-different-notations-for-schemas


Thanks you,

Eugene


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Dear user,

currently SqlDBM support only IDEF1X notation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IDEF1X

Circle means "many" cardinality. No circle means "one". 

We have an idea to add different notations https://sqldbm.userecho.com/communities/1/topics/221-allow-different-notations-for-schemas


Thanks you,

Eugene


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Dear User,

Crowfoot notation is coming very soon, it is actively being worked on, and we are hoping to release it in next 10 days.

Thanks,

Team - SqlDBM

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Dear User,

Good news, new version with Crow's foot notation is available.


Support Team - SqlDBM

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Hello! This is good, but we can't change the cardinality on both side on the relation. Only what you call "the child". I wanted to try a new tool because my lucidchart license is expired, but this is a big no no.

I mean, I like what you did, design is awesome, some features are cool but after 5mn of use, I need to find something else.