Snowflake & PostgreSql Reverse Engineering Support
At SqlDBM, one of our core beliefs that we really strive to infuse into everything we do, is to truly listen to our users’ requests and feedback. A significant percentage of our users expressed that they would want the ability to Reverse Engineer their existing PostgreSQL databases & Snowflake Data Warehouses in SqlDBM. We listened and actualized that.
The SqlDBM team is proud to announce the release of SqlDBM v.2.10 based on our roadmap/feedback.
Reverse Engineering is a very powerful feature that should help you, especially in situations when you inherit a database/data warehouse and you lack the model. It will save you hours and maybe even days of work you should otherwise make almost completely manually. In this release, we added Reverse Engineering support for Snowflake and PostgreSQL type databases.
Reverse Engineering feature in SqlDBM can be used in two different options
- Create brand new project in SqlDBM from your existing database/data warehouse
- Update existing SqlDBM project from your existing database/data warehouse
Support for Snowflake Reverse Engineering
Long awaited feature of ability to reverse engineer an existing Snowflake Data Warehouse in SqlDBM is finally here. With this feature you can improve your productivity as you develop and model your existing Snowflake Data Warehouse.
Accessing “Reverse Engineering” for Snowflake Data Warehouses is very straight forward, similar to other database types. Just click on left bottom Reverse Engineering tab and paste your existing DDL and then click upload icon.
Support for PostgreSQL Reverse Engineering
SqlDBM is very proud to present a fantastic enhancement to the tool – PostgreSQL Reverse Engineering Support! This feature is also result of lot of requests for this feature from our lifeline (our dear customers). Access to this feature is also very similar to all other supporting databases. Please check it out.
This isn’t all we’ve done, we’ve also made a few minor tweaks to improve the overall experience with SqlDBM.
Please check out SqlDBM at https://sqldbm.com, let us know how we can improve SqlDBM to resolve your current issues related to database designing/modeling. Help us get the next update to SqlDBM in the best possible shape. Your feedback is important to securing a solid update release, and we greatly appreciate your assistance.