"Show" under Microsoft SQL 2005

Posted on 2009-02-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Hi, I would modelise a database, so I start to use DBDesigner, when I'm connected to the DB and I would synchronize with MS SQL 2005, I Got this error:

"Could not find stored procedure 'show'".

1. SHOW don't exist under MS SQL???
2. Do you know a good database modeler?(to make entity-association and entity-relation schema) If it cans synchronise with a MS SQL database, it would be perfect.
3. Do you know how to solve this problem under DB Designer Fork?
Question by:Nargzul
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    It should do what you need.
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    Is there a version already compiled?
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    I've founded version already compiled on this website:

    But how can we do Entity-Association schema?

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