SQLFairy

Wednesday 16 March 2005

I haven’t tried it, but SQLFairy looks useful. It’s a set of Perl modules that

manipulate structure data definitions (mostly database schemas) in interesting ways, such as converting among different dialects of CREATE syntax (e.g., MySQL-to-Oracle), visualizations of schemas (pseudo-ER diagrams GraphViz or GD), automatic code generation (using Class::DBI), converting non-RDBMS files to SQL schemas (xSV text files, Excel spreadsheets), serializing parsed schemas (via Storable, YAML and XML), creating documentation (HTML and POD), and more.

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Seo Sanghyeon 11:37 PM on 16 Mar 2005

Are you aware of this cool Python project?
http://xml2ddl.berlios.de/

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