DB Visual Architect (DBVA) is a powerful tool that provides support for Object Relational Mapping (ORM) and Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERD), which assist with realizing UML designs as relational database implementations. By drawing a class diagram for the system, you can generate the required database tables and persistent source code for database manipulation. It can also be used with existing software.
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Release Notes: New features include generation of PHP doctrine persistent layer, C++ round-trip code engineering, automatic translation, the abilty to design UML profiles, project management properties, automatic expansion of diagram margins, and handy association editing. Enhanced features include Java round-trip code engineering, instant reverse engineering, the report template designer, generation of MS Word 2007 reports, the glossary grid, rich text documentation, Visual Diff, and Matrix.
Release Notes: New features in this release include the ability to generate formatted DDL, modeling and generating of DB Sequences, and the ability to reference another project's model elements. It is now possible to compare diagrams visually, draw diagrams with freehand shapes, use styles and layers, and see line jumps in Arc, Square, Skip, or normal. Connector caption bases are now aligned on connector orientation. Five existing features were enhanced and more than 19 bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Enhancements include the support formula in ORM attribute, the support for traceability by using Diagram Transitor, copying diagram elements as XML, and support for a table per concrete class inheritance strategy. As a summary, this release includes 4 major new features, 2 enhanced features, and nearly 40 bugfixes.
Release Notes: New features and improvements include automatic ERD generation after reversing a DDL file, the ability to open up alternative views from models or shapes, the ability to create translated copies a of model through the use of Nicknamer, and Perforce integration. In addition, Model Transitor was introduced for establishing transition and support traceability between models.
Release Notes: Improvements were made to database modeling, code engineering, modeling, interoperability, and team collaboration. This release supports modeling, reverse and forward engineering of stored procedure and database triggers, bookmarking diagrams and shapes, batch processing through running command-line operations, mass selection of shapes through Handi-Selection, and much more. Other useful features include exporting revisions from Teamwork server/SVN/CVS, managing pre-written documentation templates, and jumping to a diagram via the Jump To dialog box.