SqlDBM Release Update – April 25, 2020

Direct DB Connection for Snowflake | Alter SQL for Azure Synapse |  Convert DB type with a Save option | Show Table Colors in Table View mode

The SqlDBM team is proud to announce the release of SqlDBM v.2.11 based on our roadmap/feedback.

In this release, our top features include:

Direct DB Connection for Snowflake Reverse Engineering

Lots of users of SqlDBM have requested feature to be able to connect to Snowflake Server directly to do reverse engineering. So that they do not need to copy-paste DDL, but just connect to server and pick the data warehouse and schemas which they want to bring in SqlDBM. We listened and have actualized it.

Following are the screenshots showing how to utilize the feature of Snowflake Direct DB Connection:



Generate Alter SQL Script for Azure Synapse

SqlDBM provides the Alter Script functionality that helps incorporate the changes to the already existing Database/Data Warehouse design to fully complete development life-cycle. This is vital to ensure that your project can be easily kept up-to-date with your ever-evolving data model. Now this “Generate Alter SQL” feature has been extended to support Azure Synapse as well.

  • Generate Alter Script to modify objects in existing DB/DW
  • Select between SqlDBM revisions to apply Alter Script

Following are screenshots on how “Generate Alter SQL” feature can be used and how the output looks like:



Show Table Colors in Table View mode

Many users requested the table colors to be available when viewing the diagram in Table View Mode. Well, good news, now this is available. We must acknowledge our users are damn right, diagrams look so beautiful and more useful now. Thank you all 🙂


Convert DB type with a Save option

Project Conversion feature now enables SqlDBM users to have an option to save the current project, so they do not lose the Original Project before conversion.

Enhanced UI of the Dashboard Page

New look of dashboard page is now available, which includes aesthetic design and content structure to provide a more streamlined design with better user experience. Check it out at https://sqldbm.com 


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.