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hi guys

I have list of tables in Oracle SQL developer. Is there anyway i can reverse engineer and create a ER diagram out of it. I want to see a diagram of the tables and ther relationship.

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There are also lots of tools from other companies (free and with a licence fee) Sybase PoweDesigner is a powerfull but an expensive one for example. I personally like ERStudio product family from Embarcadero (which is a part of Oracle for some time)

You chech this out if you like : http://www.embarcadero.com/products
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