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It's the Cell Phone, stupid! Texting , twitter; whatever happened to crayons.
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Hey, thanks for pointing that one out. I had not seen this product before, but if it does what they say, it may be just what I'm looking for at a price I can live with.
Jim P.
Jim P.
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A lot of stuff I do is ETL from other databases or plain old CSV files into our correctly designed actual DB the was designed correctly. Sometimes it is a one time thing other times it's recurring process.

I have more than once had to do a left join like

FROM KeyTable k
Left Join SubTblA SubA
ON k.KeyFld = SubA.KeyFld
Left Join SubTblA SubB
ON k.KeyFld = SubB.KeyFld
WHERE SubA.KeyFld is not null
AND SubB.KeyFld is not null


I have as yet to find diagramming SW that can handle something like that or an OR statement or a function in the join.

Almost all the tools are looking for for "simple" queries, where we all have done complicated joins and formatting that just boggles the SW but not the human mind.



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Jim P.

A little bit of this and a little byte of that can cause bloatware.
Andrew Peterson
Andrew Peterson
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Glad I am not the only one looking for a reasonably priced ER tool. They are great,
if the budget can handle it. If possible, I use ERwin. There are others, but all are expensive.

Visio was always difficult, as are the java shareware.

The more you are prepared, the less you need it.
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