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dbForge Studio for SQL Server

dbForge Studio for SQL Server is an SQL server development tool incorporating query builder, data import/export and compare tools for managing and analyzing data.

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  1. For documenting purposes I need database diagrams to show relation lines precisely aligned to their corresponding columns.

    When a foreign key relations is composed of two or more columns, I need two or more lines to be displayed on the diagram, one for each column. I'd prefer to have all lines of that same foreign key constraint being displayed using the same, distinct color, so they will be recognized as belonging to the same foreign key constraint.

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  3. After restoring a new database this one is never available in the search tool. It takes a reboot off SQL server.
    A button to refresh the database list would be helpful.

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  4. Can documenter include the db diagram? or is it only text?

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  5. I'm getting ready to migration from MS SQL 2012 to MS SQL 2016 and really missing the ability to generate documentation for SQL Server Agent and SSIS packages (both on a server and file system) with the SQL Documenter feature.

    There are situations when jobs and packages referring to obsolete servers are still existing on actual servers.

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  6. No option to generate data for updateable views

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  7. It would be convenient to be able to search or navigate through the database diagram, similar to class navigation in Visual Studio.

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  8. It would be nice to have a command in the popup menu allowing to see the table along with its dependencies. I.e., to zoom it out in order to fit on the page and make the other tables transparent or something like that.

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  10. In MS SSMS I can select rows and drag them in the grid to change their position. I would like to do the same with dbForge.

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