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Database Server Documentation


Database Server Documentation

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Bhavesh_Patel
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Hi All,

Our organization have two Database Servers (SQL Server 2005), geographically located at different locations. I have been assigned task of preparing a detailed documentation for these Database Servers.

I tried to look for the samples and templates for “Database Server Documentation” on Internet, but without any luck.Crying

There are many Tools available for “Server Documentation”, but I don’t want to use tools. I have to make “Documentation” in simple DOC file.

It will be of great help if any one can upload good samples or templates for “Database Server Documentation”. OR even links to helpful online resources will do.

Regards,
Bhavesh



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Trye DBDesc at http://www.dbdesc.com/purchase.html?dbdesc
I have my own scripts for MSSQL however there are couple of other flavors of DBs such as FireBird that I did not want to go and learn the system so I could document the DB therefore I used this tool and viola I am done with that.
give it a shot..
good luck

Cheers,
John Esraelo
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You can also try SQLSpec. We are in the process of evaluating that currently. It can build some nice "webby" reports.
http://elsasoft.org/index.html



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Bhavesh_Patel
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Both DBDesc and SQLSpec will cost me some bucks.
Aren't there any freewares for "Database Server Documantation" available?

Bhavesh



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Here is one more Free Tool to document Sql Server
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