Graphically view the schema and relationships...

Does anybody know if there is an application - preferably free - that can view the schema and show all relationships between tables graphically. What I want is something similar to MS Access Relationships viewer or Oracle Designers Schema View (I think it is called that)...

Thanks in advance!!!

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Take a look at fabforce's dbdesigner:

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dbdesigner is a good tool but it's not maintained anymore, the developpers works for mysql now.

phpmyadmin ( can generate a pdf file with a schema but you have to do some additional configuration.
dazzled1Author Commented:
I'll have a go with phpMyAdmin seeing as I have it installed - in the mean time if anyone knows anthing else :D
Why not using dbdesigner? It is good and working, even if it's not maintained anymore.
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