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Show relations graphically in SQL 6.5

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What is the easyest way to show the relations between the different tables in a SQL 6.5 database.

I can make an Acces mdb with linked tables, but the relations are not shown then.

Is there no way to 'downsize' from SQL 6.5 to Access 97?

Marcel
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by:spiridonov
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There is a way to downsize, but it will require an additional tool. For example Platinum ErWin.
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As far as making an ERD model of your database, a demo version of software called SQLing is avalaible. It's on the www.pcmag.com
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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You can try to do a reverse engeneering of the database, tools i often use are
Win'Design (french tool)
PowerDesigner (from PowerBuilder)
These tools have functionality to display the relations then...

hope this helps
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by:barx
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ER/Studio is another visual database design utility!!
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