Elsasoft SqlSpec for SQL 2005/2008/2012/2014/2016 v7.00 Beta | 5 Mb
Do you wish you had comprehensive and uniform database documentation for all your applications, regardless of platform? Are you a developer or DBA that just inherited a huge, complex application with no supporting database documentation, and don’t know where to start learning how it is put together? Are you an independent contractor working with databases? Your clients will love you when you provide comprehensive database documentation for the applications you build.
SqlSpec is a database documentation tool that will generate easy-to-read database documentation for any of the following platforms:
Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and above
Microsoft Analysis Server 2005 and above
Microsoft Report Server 2005 and above
Microsoft Integration Server 2005 and above
Microsoft Access 97 and above
Oracle 9i and above
MySQL 5.0 and above
PostgreSQL 8.0 and above
Teradata 13.0 and above
DB2 8.2 and above
Sybase ASE 12.0 and above
Sybase SQL Anywhere 10.0 and above
Informix IDS 9 and above
VistaDB 3.0 and above
SQLite 3.7 and above
ENEA Polyhedra 7.0 and above
Raima RDM Server 8.1
SqlSpec generates documentation in two formats: HTML or CHM. HTML is useful for publishing your documents on the web or an intranet site. CHM is useful if you want a single, compact file containing all your documentation about one or more databases. The CHM is indexed so it is easily searchable for any keyword. This way you can easily determine which objects reference the “EmployeeID” column, for example.
SqlSpec supports every major DBMS on the market today. See the pages below for a detailed list of the items documented by SqlSpec for all supported platforms.
Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft Analysis Server
Microsoft Report Server
Microsoft Integration Server
Sybase SQL Anywhere
SqlSpec is supported by a very responsive development team. If you have an idea for a feature that SqlSpec is missing, let us know.
Besides excellent technical support and compatibility with every major DBMS on the market, there are several features that make SqlSpec stand out from the crowded field of database documentation tools available today:
Extended property/comment editor supporting SQL Server, Oracle, and more!
Show scripts for all objects documented.
Ability to add your own branding logo (headers and footers) to each page in the documentation.
Run as a console application, useful for automating SqlSpec to generate documentation for your databases on a schedule, or integrating SqlSpec into your development process.
Supports XML comments added to your stored procedures, user defined funtions, views, and triggers, similar to XML comments in C# code. These comments are parsed by SqlSpec and the content is placed in your documentation.
Include external objects (such as web services, web pages, and other components) in the documentation. Specify dependencies of external objects on database objects and they will be included in the dependency graphs.
Creates data model diagrams where any database object (or external object) can be represented.
Specify an exclusion list so that certain objects (or just the SQL code for them) can be excluded from the documentation.
Specify a custom navigation hierarchy to include arbitrary HTML files in the generated CHM.
Generate dependency and primary/foreign key graphs. Such diagrams are much easier to understand at a glance than a flat list of dependent objects.
Generate a call graph for sprocs and udfs that call other sprocs and udfs.
Fine control over what object types are documented.
Support for every major DBMS in a single affordable tool.
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