This category aims to cover Entity-Relationship Diagram
(used for data modeling in relation to large databases), such as:
Database Design Studio Lite
CASE Studio 2
And _also_ less-specialised diagramming software such as:
Microsoft Visio (formerly from Visio Corporation)
Please note that Visio is _not_ ERD software, as is so often
though it is frequently made to fulfill that role using expensive
plug-ins and extremely expensive back-end databases (notably Oracle).
However, the misconception is so pervasive that I have included
_genuinely_ comparable diagramming apps such as dia and Kivio.
Linux offerings include:
I've been looking around for a time-saving tool for
developing web-based database applications, preferably with PostgreSQL
Browsing Freshmeat, I found a thing called Gedafe which looks
interesting. Its home page is http://isg.ee.ethz.ch/tools/gedafe/.
Has anyone here used this, and/or does anyone have suggestions
how about 'dadabik'
From: Tim Riley firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [vox-tech] SQL front-ends for web browsers
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 21:29:41 -0700
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Check out http://appaserver.org . It stores
your database in a
database, and then it spits out web forms to allow you to query,
insert, update, and delete data.
Your drawings are of tables, attributes, and relationships.
has a table for each of these, which you use Appaserver to populate.
For a more generic prototyping tool have a look at.
For a more customized web interface check out Zope
Just set up you database adapter, code a few ZSQL queries and some DTML
or ZPT templates and you're sorted.